Think back to your prom. Remember the beautiful dresses, curling your hair, taking approximately 293702938 photos? Remember the awkward dancing, the dieting it took to fit into the dress that you KNEW would fit, and the way your feet managed to hurt even while sitting? Guess what! You can experience all those feelings (and more) again at Rice!
Rice Program Council (RPC) is a completely student-run, campus-wide organization involved in organizing and hosting events and opportunities both on and off campus. These events aim to build community and enhance the quality of life for all Rice students. Some of our major events include Beer Bike, Willy Week, Esperanza (fall formal), Rondelet (spring formal), Screw-Yer-Roommate, the President & Dean’s Study Break, Rice Nights at various cultural events throughout Houston, the Gingerbread House Building Competition, and Night Bites!
Rondelet is Rice’s annual spring formal, which dates back to the 1940s, is held off-campus. This year, it was held at the Astros’ baseball field, Minute Maid Park, and everyone had a ball! Offering delicious catering, snazzy tunes, and more, Rondelet is wonderful opportunity for Rice students to dress up and go out for a fun, classy night with friends.