The PCH community has continued to evolve in the 21st century, finding new ways to service and give back to the University and its students. It has seen the addition of specialized facilities like NIKA House, a small house that serves as a special living and learning option that is centered on creating dialogue and support for Orthodox Christian students. The PCH community has also shown a commitment to innovation and sustainability, not only to help give back to the University but also to be stronger global citizens as well. Facilities like Presby Hall and Hendrick House have completed expansion and renovation projects focusing on sustainability, with Presby achieving LEED Gold certification for their expansion and Hendrick House receiving LEED Gold certification for their new dining center. PCH has also grown in their relationships with the University, expanding their partnerships with the Office of the Dean of Students and Greek Affairs as well as the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations. These partnerships have contributed to the depth of training for PCH Residential Life staff, further enhancing their residents’ experience in their housing communities and deepening their connection to the University.