College Houses is a community institution, and we rely on you to strive toward our mission. Here’s how you can support what we do!
Learn More & Get Involved
We need YOU to join the co-op movement! No matter your history with co-ops, there are so many ways to get involved:
- Plan events and programs
- Train or mentor students
- Attend College Houses events
Fill out this form to join our newsletter and tell us how you want to get involved!
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Donate to College Houses
Essential services and routine maintenance are paid for by member rent, but a transformative co-op community is more than just a building and a meal plan. With your support, College Houses can do more and ensure the co-op experience gets better every year!
If you benefited from co-ops, or support our co-ops becoming the best they can possibly be, please consider making a one-time or recurring donation to College Houses.
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Make Your Profile on The Co-op Commons
The Co-op Commons is our new digital member and alumni directory. It allow current and former College Houses members to share, network, and organize. It also offers ways for alums to give back, such as attending volunteer events and helping co-opers to network in your industry. Friends of the co-ops are welcome, too!
Create Your Profile (it’s free!) >
Share a Testimonial
Did you love living at College Houses? Sharing your testimonial helps us to explain the benefits of co-ops to the public. In short, sending us a few kind words will help create new generations of co-opers!
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Follow Us On Social Media
If you use social media please consider following College Houses. Liking and sharing our posts helps to spread the good word about co-ops!
Support Us with Amazon Smile
If you shop with Amazon, you can support us at no cost to you using Amazon Smile. Every penny we receive supports co-op student housing.
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Patronize Local Co-ops
Help Austin continue to be a leader in cooperative business! Check out this list of co-ops in the Austin area:
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