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Tips to Make the Best College Dorm Party

by Alex Hales

College life, the best life” is one of the most important rituals college students can do. Throwing a party with friends is a great way to remember your special day, or to get away from the stresses of college. If you are looking for ideas, we have compiled a list with all the essentials for organizing a college party. Although the college dorm party can be difficult because of all the rules involved, there is still a way to have fun in your dorm.

Is it possible to have a college dorm party in college?

College is an opportunity to learn and grow while having fun . Many students find college stressful. Partying is a great way to relax, make new friends, and have fun. Even though it is against college regulations, dorm rooms parties still happen. If neighbors are invited, noise levels are monitored and a resident assistant is present, the party will not be closed. Dorm rooms can be small so it is best to limit the number of guests.

We are going to show you how to host memorable college parties.

Stage 1: Create a Settlement Plan for College Dorm Party

Your Resident Assistant will be confident.

Respect your RA if you live in a dorm. Planning a party in a dorm room can be made easier if you have a reliable RA. Your resident assistant will not shut down a party if they notice that you are hosting one. If your resident assistant is comfortable with you throwing a party, it shouldn’t be a problem. If your RA does not allow dorm parties, or if you are unable to organize one, it is best to host a small gathering or to avoid having one at all. You don’t want your party to cause you to be kicked out of your dorm.

Inform your neighbors

Informing your neighbors in advance is a great way to make your College dorm parties a success. Even if it is only one night, neighbors will not mind if things get rowdy, as long as they are informed. If you’re looking to get to know your neighbors better, invite them to the dorm parties. It’s always fun to meet new neighbors and have fun.

Schedule of the Party

First, choose a time and date that isn’t in conflict with any school events. If you plan to host an event on the same night as a large party, this is a good idea. You might consider starting your celebration at a spot that is popular after a sporting event, but not clashing with other parties on campus.

Promotion

It’s now time to promote yourself! A party is nothing without people. Spread the word via social media by making sure your phone is with you. Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter are the best ways to interact with students.

Use hashtags to identify your room’s name and address, then send your details to create your own story. Invite anyone you wish to invite to DM you. This will allow you to have more control over who attends your big bash.

Stage 2: Plan Your College Dorm Parties

Set the Dorm Party Theme

Dorm parties can be laid back affairs, where everyone can wear whatever they like. However, it can be fun to add a theme to your party. These are some ideas to help you get started.

Traditional Dom Party Theme: Party of the Decades

JazzNight Dorm Party

Hip Hop

Pajamas Party

Y2K

Angel, Demon Dorm Party

Rock N Roll Music Game

These are some of the themes you might consider establishing with your team. Don’t forget to take photos!

Throwaway photos are one of my favourite things to do. They always come out candid and the vibes are perfect.

Inviting Guests

If you are planning on having a dorm, it is a good idea to invite your friends to the party. The party will be enjoyable if you invite your friends. Invite both male and female friends. You don’t want the situation to get outof control. It is important to invite only those who will respect your college dorm party and not damage or destroy it.

Meal Menu

A major aspect of organizing a dorm room party is the menu. Drinking under 21 could lead to legal consequences. In this situation, avoid mocktails. If you are old enough to drink, a dorm party is as easy as having a few beers and seltzers. You can use bottles of alcohol to mix drinks and make shots, and beer and seltzers for drinking.

Your guests will be grateful if you offer food to them. You don’t have to make it extravagant. It’s enough to eat a small snack. Even better, ask your guests to bring small snacks for an “entry fee”, so you don’t spend more on food.

Here are some great ideas for college parties:

Salsa & Chips

Sliders with Ham & Cheese

Strawberries dipped into chocolate

Pizza, Donuts, Tortilla Wrap-Ups Hotdogs

For a Party, bites of macaroni and cheese mix

French Fries with Grilled Chees Burgers

Many dorms enforce a no-alcohol policy. Here are some suggestions for non-alcoholic beverages:

Strawberry lemonade

Watermelon-based “No”jitos

Pina Coladas (virgin)

Mocktail of Frozen Apple Bellini

Sangria with virgin cranberries, basil and lemon juice

A crush of Mango and Orange

Iced Blueberry Ginger Tea, Coffee

Bombastic Music Playlist

A great Spotify playlist is the key to throwing a college party. The subject matter of the party will dictate the music you play. It is always a good idea to have some classic Hip Hop music on hand.

This is my favorite playlist for dorm parties! This music playlist is great for creating a fun atmosphere that gets the crowd moving! If you love Bay Area slaps, this music playlist is for you!

College Dorm Party Games and Activities

You can make your guests feel more comfortable if they are not familiar with each other. These are some activities and games you can do at a college party.

Traditional Beer Pong

Beer pong is a classic and simple game that can be played at college parties. You’ve probably seen it in many of the Hollywood “coming-of age” college movies. To get started, you’ll need a large table with a few red cups. Have any questions?

Never have I ever drank alcohol

We also played “Never Have I Ever” a lot at gatherings. It’s definitely an excellent icebreaker and can lead to some messy situations (just a heads up). The adult-friendly and kid-friendly versions can be played. Whatever suits your mood.

Spin The Bottle Game

We’re all probably familiar with spin the bottle. This game is great when you add a bit of booze courage. This is a great pre-game activity that will get everyone excited and ready to party!

Flip Cup

I remember flip cup being one of my favourite drinking games in college. It’s a relay race where each person takes a mug of beer and then tries to flip the cup upside down before passing it to the next person.

This is how the game should be played according to Wikihow.

Stage 3: Precautions and Not-To-Do-List

Keep your valuable item safe.

Students who are drunk can cause valuables to be damaged or stolen by drinking alcohol. In case of an emergency, keep valuables hidden from view. It’s best to keep fragile items and other valuables safe. It will not only be difficult to clean up after a breakage, but also inconvenient.

Don’t Disturb Other People

It is important to control the party’s noise levels. It is important that your party does not become too loud, even if neighbors and RA know that you are hosting it. You should not play music at your dorm party. This will lead to more noise. Keep the volume down and have fun.

Avoid Over Drinking

While I appreciate the pleasure of drinking, it is important to be responsible when you drink. To avoid problems, you should cut off your guests who have had too many drinks. It is easy to forget how many drinks you have had after having a few. Remember that you are the host of the party if your guests drink excessively. The last thing you want at your party to happen is for you, or a guest, to get sick and vomit.

Organise Your Gathering

College students can be impulsive, reckless, and aggressive when they drink. You must keep the party under control to avoid negative consequences. If your friends are respectful and the party is having a good time, it shouldn’t be a problem to keep the party under control. Strangers should not be welcomed. Even though throwing a large party can be fun, strangers are more likely to cause trouble.

 

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