On CAMPUS AND APARTMENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION (OnCASA)
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The Off-Campus and Apartment Association of RIT is a student government organization representing any student who does not live in the RIT Residence Halls. OCASA is funded by the student activities fee paid by all students. The organizational set-up of OCASA allows off-campus students and apartment students to air their complaints to the RIT administration through various committees, including Student Issues, and the Representatives-at-large. Membership is open to all off-campus and apartment students. OCASA offers a variety of services pertinent to the needs of the off-campus and apartment student body. These services include PC and Mac computers, a fax machine, a copier, scanner, and a paper shredder. The office also has a microwave and refrigerator, the Democrat and Chronicle and magazines, lockers, and a lounge area for student use. Fresh coffee and tea are available every day. Also, OCASA offers many student trips and activities throughout the year.
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