College is the best way to live” is the motto of many college students. To create the most memorable student dorm party is one the most important rituals. A party is the best way to celebrate a special occasion or just get away from college stress. We have put together a list that will help you plan college dorm parties that everyone will remember. It can be hard to throw a college party because there are so many rules. But, trust me when you say there is a way.
Is it possible for college students to host a party in a dorm room?
College is an exciting time to learn and develop , as well as having fun . While college can be quite stressful for many students partying is a great way of decompressing, meeting new social circles and having a good time. Dorm parties can still be held in college, even though it is against university regulations. If the neighbor invites, the noise level is controlled, and a resident assistant is present, then the party will not be canceled. Dorm rooms are typically small so try to limit your guests.
We’re going to share with you the top college party hosting tips.
Stage 1: Develop a Settlement Strategy for College Dorm Party
Recognize the confidence of your Resident Aide.
Your RA should be treated with respect if your dorm is located. When planning a party for dorms, it is helpful to have an RA who doesn’t turn a blindeye. If your resident assistant is aware that you are hosting dorm parties, they will not close it down. If your RA is confident and comfortable hosting a dorm-party, this should not be a problem. If your RA won’t allow you to throw a college dorm party, or is opposed to it altogether, you might be better off having a smaller gathering than a larger one. You don’t want a party that you hosted to make your dorm feel unwelcome.
Inform Your Neighbors
It’s a great idea to inform your neighbors before the party. Even if it’s just for one night they won’t mind if things get a little wild, provided they were informed in advance. Invite your friends to the dorm room party to get to to know them better. It’s always good to have friends with whom to have fun.
Schedule of The Party
It is important to choose a day and time that are not in conflict or conflicts with other school events. It is possible to have a bar crawl and an event at the same time. It is a great idea to begin your celebration with a party that is the most popular spot after a sporting events, metal roofing a good choice but keep it from clashing with other events on campus.
Now it is time to get started promoting yourself! Without people, there won’t be a party. Keep your phone close at hand and share the message on social media. Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and Instagram are the most effective ways for students to get involved.
You can create hashtags with the name and address of your room. Then, submit your details to your story. Invite everyone who is interested to DM you if you don’t want to post an invitation only. You will have more control over who attends the big bash.
Stage2: Plan Your College Dorm Night
Set the Dorm PartyTheme
Dorm parties tend to be relaxed affairs that allow everyone to wear whatever they wish. However, it is possible to make the party more fun by adding a theme. Here are some ideas to get you going:
Traditional Dom Party theme: Party of the Decades
JazzNight Dorm Party
Angel, Demon Dom Party
Rock N Roll Music Game
These are the theme ideas that you can discuss with your team. Make sure to take some photos!
Fun nights like these are my favorite time to take throwaway photos. They turn out so candidly and the vibes always make me smile.
If you’re hosting a dorm night, it’s a good idea for your friends to join you. It is your friends who will make the party memorable, so be sure to invite party-lovers. It is also important to invite both males and females. It is important not to ask too many people, as it can lead to things getting out of control. It’s important to invite people who will respect your college dorm and will not trash or break it.
It is important to plan a meal menu for a dorm. If you are under 21, it is best to avoid drinking as you may be subject to criminal charges. This scenario calls for mocktails. A dorm room party can be as simple a few bottles of beer, seltzers and other beverages if you’re allowed to drink. Bottles of alcohol make great shots and mix drinks. Beer and seltzers, however, are great for drinking.
You will find that your guests appreciate food provided for their party. It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant. Even a small meal will suffice. To save money, you can ask that your guests bring snacks to pay an “entry cost”.
Here are some delicious ideas for college parties.
Salsa & Chips
Sliders stuffed with Ham and Cheese
Strawberries dipped and glazed in chocolate
Pizza, Donuts, Tortilla Wrap-Ups Hotdogs
Delicious bites of macaroni & cheese mixture for a Party
French Fries with Grilled cheese Burgers
Many dorms have strict policies regarding alcohol. Here are some non-alcoholic beverages to consider:
Lemonade made with strawberries
“No”jitos made from watermelon
Pina Coladas (virgin)
Mocktail with Frozen Peach Bellini
Sangria made with virgin grapes and basil
A mixture of Mango, Orange, and Mango
Iced Blueberry Ginger Tea
Bombastic Music Mixtape
A Spotify party playlist will make a great college dorm party. The type of music you play depends on the topic of your party. However, it is always a good idea having some Hip Hop classics available.
This is my favourite dorm playlist! It’s great fun and always gets the crowd dancing! If you enjoy Bay Area slaps this playlist is for YOU!
College Dorm Parties: Games and Activities
You might find it easier to make friends with strangers by playing games at the party or before. Here are some fun activities you can try at a college event.
Traditional Beer Pong
Beer pong is an iconic and basic game at college parties. You may have seen this in any of those Hollywood college films. For this to work, you will need a large dining table and several red cups. Do you have questions about the rules of the game?
Never Have I Ever Inhaled Alcohol
Another game we used to play at gatherings was “Never has I ever.” It’s a great icebreaker, but things can get a little messy (just a warning). You can choose between the adult-friendly and the kid-friendly versions. It doesn’t matter which version you choose, it just depends on what mood you are trying to create.