Our House

Read the history of Ware College House and you'll learn that a primary goal of house leaders is to inspire residents "to well-reasoned ideas and plans [that] are pursued with passion." Read just a little furthur, though, and you might come away with the impression that many of those "well-reasoned ideas" appear to involve devising new and creative ways to employ the house's name. Leading examples include WARE in the World -- the house's community service and outreach program to improve the community on campus, in Lancaster, and around the world through partnerships with organizations such as Operation Warm which brings coats to those in need during cold weather months, or Heifer International through our "beWARE the Goat" fundraser, which provides livestock to families in the developing world. Ware College House also maintains a vibrant social comunity through its many inventive events including WAREaoke, Fall Festival, Ware Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl Party, and much more.

 

Explore Ware College House

Learn About Our House

Learn about the history and tradition of our House. Find our more about our House Constitution. Buy our apparel!  

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Meet Our People

Let us introduce you to the Don and Dean of our House. Also meet our House Government and other Peer Leaders.  

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Come to Our Events

Come hang out with us at Ware College House and Ware College House Commons.

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Story 9/20/2016

"Day of Dialogue" to Address Today's Issues of Diversity,...

On Oct. 5, F&M will conduct a campuswide "Day of Dialogue" to examine the College's diversity and efforts to promote inclusion while finding strength in the College's long-valued sense of community.  

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Story 8/30/2016

Convocation Remarks by junior Julia Ramsey

If my experience has taught me anything, it is that time, and especially your time here at F&M, may not go according to plan. But that is the greatest gift of all – when the plan goes differently is...

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Story 6/15/2016

Examining the Habits of Mind

Associate Professor of Philosophy Lee Franklin guides first-year F&M students through a lesson in his Connections course, "What is the Examined Life?"

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