RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE BOARD

Serving Northwestern's 11 Residential Colleges.
Bringing you RCB Formal, RCB Quiz Bowl, and RCB Field Day.
Providing resources for the RC execs.
We are RCB.

GET TO KNOW THE RESIDENTIAL COLLEGES


Office of Residential
Academic Initiatives
Ayers CCI
Commerce & Industry
CCS
Cultural and Community Studies
Chapin
Humanities RC
CRC
Communications RC
Hobart
Women's RC
ISRC
International Studies RC
Jones
Fine/Performing Arts RC
PARC
Public Affairs RC
Shepard
Multi-thematic
Slivka
Science & Engineering
Willard
Pan-thematic

WELCOME, NEW MEMBERS!

Prepare to immerse yourself in the greatest residential experience you'll have at Northwestern. Befriend faculty fellows at firesides. Smack down the other RCs in IM sports. Discover hidden Chicago gems and volunteer for local nonprofits with your floormates. By joining a residential college, you'll have fun, broaden your horizons, and make lifelong friendships.

Still not convinced? Let's talk.

WHICH RC IS FOR ME?

We made a guide to help you out.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Quiz Bowl! Coming Winter 2015

BECOME A NONRES

Nonreses

1. Members of a residential college who don't live in the college.
2. Some of the most valuable people in the RC system.


If you want to join a community, go to events, possibly move into an RC next year, and pick up a home base on your desired part of campus, become a nonres. You are encouraged to contact the president of your desired RC before applying.


Apply here


IN THE NEWS

Find out why you should join the RCs - The RCB Sundae
Hobart is getting a reboot - A Fresh Start for Hobart
A Willard fellow reflects on a tutorial - At home with death
Read more

RECENT EVENTS

RC members celebrated Green Cup with Recycled Art Competition
RCB had a blast at Second City
We danced all night in the Field Museum at Formal
See more

STANDING CHAMPIONS

Recycled Art Competition
Chapin

Visit the Hall of Fame 

The Res Colleges celebrated Green Cup by putting together works of art composed of recyclable materials. Chapin's "Slaughter" won best in show for its powerful message and impeccable construction. Shepard's "Life, Together" won Most Informative for its enlightening flyer about recycling in Evanston (references included!), and Slivka won Most Creative for its dismembered "Slivkoctopus." Honorable mentions go out to ISRC, Jones, and Willard.