The seven Minerva Houses broaden students' out-of-class experience both academically and socially. Every Minerva has its own student-run governing council, elected annually by fellow classmates and chaired by a faculty and student representative. Each also receives a generous budget to host special events. The Minerva Houses are run by and for the Union community, receiving only supportive guidance from administration.
The Office of Minerva Programs oversees this living and learning environment where community members can come together to learn, grow, and connect outside the core academic mission.