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The Full Campus Experience
As juniors and seniors, bachelor's degree students can take full advantage of the college's resources.
They have priority access to the CIA's on-campus "lodge" housing, featuring suite residences with single or double rooms, common rooms, and private baths. The lodges also offer attractive and spacious lounges for socializing, community kitchens, and study and computer rooms for research projects and other work outside class.
Students fuel their culinary passions with a variety of clubs mentored by faculty. Popular organizations include the Gourmet Society, the Global Culinary Society, Chefs Sustaining Agriculture, the Black Culinarian Society, the Baking and Pastry Arts Society, and the Bacchus Wine Society, as well as the vital campus newspaper, La Papillote. They also develop leadership and networking skills through these organizations, and through campus events such as the Dooley Lecture Series, which explores the arts and humanities; the International Film Series, in which student clubs prepare special dishes to celebrate each film; and the Zagat Lecture Series, which focuses on hospitality.
Bachelor's students further balance their studies with recreation and wellness activities. The college competes in intercollegiate athletics including soccer, basketball, cross-country, tennis, and now volleyball, and offers popular recreational programs of fitness classes and outdoor and indoor sports, including tennis, volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, and ice hockey.