Raising Red Wolves
Raising Wolves is a college jumpstart program designed by the RHA at Arkansas State to help nurture the leadership potential within students through programming and hands-on leadership experience. This is an exclusive experience and only a select few will be chosen from the residence halls to participate. Applicants will be selected based on leadership potential, past involvements, and/or a desire to be a leader and be involved. We want a great mixture of personality types as well as experience levels in order to create a dynamic experience for all.
Students accepted in the program will be permitted to move-in early on August 18th opposed to move-in day on August 20th.
All participants of Raising Wolves are expected to be active members within their hall/area councils and within the RHA Body. Please do not apply if you are not interested in student government within the residence halls.
If you would like to be a pup in this year’s upcoming Raising Wolves session, click on the link and have your application submitted no later than July 23rd, 2016.
If selected to attend Raising Wolves you will have only 3 days to accept your spot!
The benefits of Raising Wolves:
The Raising Wolves program is designed to help nurture the leadership potential within students through programming and hands-on leadership experience. It also provides a great mixture of personality types as well as experience levels in order to create a dynamic experience for all.
Testimonials from last year’s dens:
“Raising Wolves, was a tremendous experience for myself. I came to A-State, not knowing a soul. The Raising Wolves program provided me with extensive familiarity of the campus, while making new friends along the way. I would recommend the Raising Wolves program to anyone that has Red Wolf pride, or really anyone after all. Arkansas State is the better school in the state. It benefited me and can surely help you. HOWL YES!”
Thursday, August 18, 2016
The campers arrive at their respective residence halls. The Group Leaders will be stationed outside of their respective dens to welcome, guide, and help the pups to their rooms.
Group Leaders will meet with their pups. During this time pups are given their group-specific name tags and their schedule. PLs will proceed to teach them cheers specific to their hall.
Friday, August 19, 2016
Group Leaders lead their pups to centennial for the Opening Ceremonies. Welcome and Roll Call will be done by calling on the different halls and the dens proceed to cheer. Sessions will then be conducted for the campers on Hall Councils, RHA, and campus involvement. A social activity will end the day for the campers.
Saturday August 20, 2016
Move-In day! Campers will help promote and recruit for RHA and their respective hall councils.
To apply click here: 2016 Raising Wolves Application
For questions contact the RHA President, Thomas Ragland at firstname.lastname@example.org