Parkridge Apartments

Located just one mile off of the main SHU campus, Parkridge Apartments and Townhouses are upperclassmen housing units, housing approximately 175 students. Park Ridge gives juniors and seniors the opportunity to live in apartment style living areas where they can collaborate on academic work and have a chance to maintain close relationships with fellow Pioneers.

Park Ridge ApartmentsParkridge Apartments 

Parkridge Apartments house any where from 2 to 5 people in apartment style living. Each apartment is fully furnished with a full kitchen, bedrooms, bathroom, living area and cable outlets. Parkridge has on-site laundry services.

 

 

Park Ridge TownhousesParkridge Townhouses
The Parkridge Townhouses offers students a unique place to live. Each townhouse is 3 floors and houses 8 same-gender students. Each townhouse comes fully furnished with bedrooms, bathrooms, a full kitchen, and cable outlets.‌

 

*Shuttle service is offered from the Park Ridge to the Sacred Heart campus.

Meet the Staff

Kathleen Lieblich

Kathleen Lieblich
Residence Hall Director: Parkridge Apartments & Townhouses
Tel: 203-416-3417

Resident Success Assistants

  • Connor Frizzell (SRSA)
  • Thomas Barcia
  • Emily Calabrese
  • Tucker Hackett
  • Caitlin Isherwood
  • Gavin Lomazzo
  • Victoria Pacher

Events Calendar


Penny Wars
Phi Sigma Sigma Raffle
Campus Wide Tunnel of Oppression
University Commons Auditorium
Wednesday, March 25, 4pm – Thursday, March 26, 2015, 7pm

We are setting up what is known as a Tunnel of Oppression, which is a diversity awareness program that walks people through to open their eyes to the impact of diversity issues that are still prevalent today.

The room would be divided into 7 smaller rooms within the space. Each room represents a different form of a ism that is still prevalent in society today. Some of these include ageism, sexism, racism, etc.

As people walk through they will be immersed in a room that treats them as if they are the minority of that category. This experience opens their eyes to what people in this category face on a daily basis.

For the Sacred Heart Campus Wide version we need to set up the night before to make sure everything is in order. We will use pipe and drape from campus operations to divide up the room into 7 sections.

Once that is set up each room will need to be set up to represent the different topic we are addressing. It will be a combination of audio, visual imagery in the form of posters, videos, and words, as well as students that may participate.

Res Life in addition with student activities, the counseling center, different major offices, and student groups will be in participation for the set up and walking through of students through this project.

Our tentative schedule to begin the tunnel is 10:00am on March 26th and have it continue until about 3:30/4:00pm to allow for maximum exposure for the campus.

After this we will breakdown the event in time for the next group to utilize the space.

Organization: RESIDENTIAL LIFE
Organizer
riccia@sacredheart.edu
Event Name: TUNNEL OF OPPRESSION

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