RSVP for In-Person Events

Mosaic & the Residential Experience offer a variety of in-person opportunities for you to make friends, connect with each other, and develop holistically.

RSVP is strongly encouraged for all in-person programs, as the number of attendees is limited to the reduced capacity of the space. RSVP is first-come, first-served via the links below.  

Please note:
  1. You may attend programs in the residence hall in which you reside, as well as programs in classrooms and common spaces. 
  2. Please only RSVP for events in which you intend to attend.
  3. Space is limited — As a courtesy to your classmates, if you have RSVPed for an event and for some reason you cannot attend, please cancel your ticket as soon as possible or email
  4. If the event has reached capacity, you will automatically be placed on a waitlist.
  5. Your RSVP is non-transferrable. You will be asked to show your student ID at the door, and the name on your ID must match the name on your ticket. 
  6. Most events are also offered virtually. Be sure to check the SU App and Campus Notices for the link to the virtual event. 

My Birthday and Other Historic Events

Wednesday, March 3rd | 4-6pm (come by when you can! Or, participate virtually) in the 1st floor of the Smith Library Center 


Your birthday was newsworthy! Come and discover what other historic events coincided with your special day. Join the Smith Librarians and Mosaic for our kickoff on February 24th from 4 to 6 PM to learn how to use microfilm, a great research tool for primary sources. The Librarians will help you use the microfilm reader to find your birthday issue, print it out, and take it home. All who attend will walk away with their very own snapshot of history!

This event will help you: Make Meaning of your Academic Experience. 

Study Break: Game Night

Wednesday, March 10th | 8-9pm in the Lynda McCombs Ballroom


Need a break from studying? Join Mosaic to learn how to macrame! Macrame is a knotting pattern that can be used to make all kinds of things from purses and bracelets to clothes and art. You will get to put your new skills to use and make a bracelet or a wall hanging — all supplies will be provided!

This event will help you: Construct a Well-Managed Life 

Self-Care Saturday: Time Management

Saturday, March 13th | 2-3pm at the Score Quadrangle 


Join Mosaic and SU’s Peer Mentors as we explore how establishing good time management skills will help you lower your stress, improve your focus, and achieve your goals! Come to learn some helpful tips on how to be mindful of your time when life gets hectic.

This event will help you: Construct a well-managed life and develop 21st-century skills 

Research Tips & Tricks with the Smith Library Center

Tuesday, March 16th | 6-7pm in the Lynda McCombs Ballroom & Virtual


Join the Smith Library Center in three flash sessions covering the most important skills you need to tackle your next research paper or project. In this workshop, the librarians will cover:

1. Harnessing the Force of Google Scholar

2. Cloud City: Three Tools to Organize your Research

3. Jedi Mind Trick: Getting the Most Out of a Research Consultation

This event will help you: Make Meaning of the Academic Experience and Construct a Well-Managed Life 

Empower Yourself: Be an Active Bystander!

Tuesday, March 16th | 7-8pm in the Lynda McCombs Ballroom


During this interactive workshop, Mosaic Ambassadors will discuss how we all can play an active role in recognizing harmful situations in our personal, professional, and academic lives. You will learn about the bystander effect, as well as a wide spectrum of harm that impacts students and members of our community including high-risk drinking, violence, sexual misconduct, mental health concerns, hazing, harassment, and many behaviors that may be expressions of racism, ableism, transphobia, and other forms of systemic oppression. We will also engage in a dialogue about intervention resources that are available both on and off campus.

Using the Hollaback! “5 D’s of Bystander Intervention” (Direct, Distract, Delegate, Delay, Document), you will learn how to empower yourself to take action when you see or hear harm in our community.

This event will help you: Develop 21st-Century Skills and Contribute as a Global Citizen

Check back soon for more information and RSVP links to these upcoming events: 

Study Break: Get Out of Your Room

Wednesday, March 24th | 8-9pm in the Lynda McCombs Ballroom

Self-Care Saturday: Sleep 

Saturday, March 27th | 2-3pm at the Score Quadrangle 

Declare Your Major Day

Tuesday, March 30th | 4-6pm on the Academic Mall 

Presenting 101: Public Speaking and Facilitation Techniques

Wednesday, April 7th | 7-8pm 

Self-Care Saturday: Sustainability

Saturday, April 10th | 2-3pm at the Score Quadrangle 

Study Break: Get Out of Your Room

Wednesday, April 14th | 8-9pm in the Lynda McCombs Ballroom

Long Night Against Procrastination

Tuesday, April 20th | Various locations in-person and virtually

Study Break: Get Out of Your Room

Wednesday, April 21st | 8-9pm in the Lynda McCombs Ballroom

Self-Care Saturday: Reflection

Saturday, April 24th| 2-3pm at the Score Quadrangle 

Past Events:

  • Study Break: Game Night
  • Mindfulness & Meditation
  • Plan it Out: Goal Setting and Time Management
  • Spring Cleaning
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Valentines-Making Party
  • Discover Your Strengths