Residence hall complexes each have one full-time, live-in professional RLC and one full-time, live-in professional ARLC who are responsible for coordinating the total operation of their communities. Should you have any questions or concerns about your hall or other issues our live-in staff is happy to assist you.
The RLC for leadership and academic integration is a professional staff member who lives on campus and advises and works with RHA and NRHH (see descriptions to the right) to enhance leadership and opportunites for the residence hall students. The RLC for leadership and academic integration helps to ensure that academic initiatives build community while promoting the academic mission of the university.
SRAs are live-in student staff members. In addition to their RA responsibilities, they help residence life coordinators with the day-to-day operation of the halls. Go to your SRA for help with living in the residence halls or with campus life in general.
MRAs are returning live-in student staff members who-—in addition to their RA responsibilites-provide additional guidance and leadership to residents and RAs based on their additional year(s) of RA experience.
Your RA is a student staff member living in your hall whose responsibilities include planning floor activities, promoting respectful communities that assist with the academic success of students, assisting in the general management of the hall, dealing with violations of University Housing policies and regulations, and providing individual advice and assistance. RAs also help individuals to come together as a community by developing respect agreements. Go to your RA for help with living in the residence halls or with campus life in general.
LAs are live-in student staff members who—in addition to their RA responsibilities--work to enhance the language-immersion experience in one of the five language-immersion communities in the Global Scholars Hall.
FAs live in the same community as the Freshman Interest Group (FIG) students and work closely with the faculty members who teach the FIG seminars. FAs are academic and social mentors to first-year students. They help form study groups, connect students with faculty members, and are an important academic resource in the hall. You can always go to an FA for help with writing, or with using library resources or science labs. FAs also work to promote respectful communities that assist with the success of all students, assist in the general management of the hall, deal with violations of University Housing policies and regulations, and provide individual advice and assistance.
Housing Service Center Specialist supervise the student staff and oversee the operation of the mail and information desks. Their duties include processing room changes and managing mail as well as assisting students in solving difficulties that may arise.
DAs are student staff members at the area desks who assist with room changes, check-outs, mail service, package distribution, key problems, room repair requests, equipment check-out, and waiting list requests.
Have a work request for a repair or a sanitation situation on your floor? Custodial coordinators receive work orders and make sure hall conditions meet our high standards. Contact information is posted on the bulletin board of each residence hall floor.
CWs are responsible for cleaning the everyday accumulations of dust and dirt in the halls and for maintaining restrooms. Students quickly learn what a wonderful resource CWs are. Students often host a barbecue to thank them for their hard work.
CTs are student staff members who assist with computer connections to the Internet at the beginning of the academic year.