Housing and Residence Life

Resources

Residence Life Handbook

Important information you need to know while living on campus, including policies and procedures that govern residential living. Your understanding and respect for these issues are critical to your success as a residential student.

Student Handbook

Regulations are intended to create sound living and learning conditions for all members of the campus community and to promote an atmosphere that encourages personal integrity. This handbook provides you with an outline of policies and an overview of the standards expected of students.

Linens

Our university residence hall mattresses require twin XL sheets. Residence Hall Linens has specially sized sheets and bedding designed to fit these mattresses — plus all their linens are guaranteed to last your entire college experience!

Care Packages

In addition to the Residence Hall Linens program, you are also able to send your student pre-packaged care packages. This is a great way to surprise your student with a message from home and some extra energy to help them through the semester. For more information feel free to view the Care Package Program website.

Jobs with ResLife

Applications for the 2021-2022 RA position will be open through Handshake from October 5 through October 23.

Group interviews will be held on October 29 and 31. Individual interviews will take place the week of November 16-20.

Information sessions will be held online through Blackboard on:

  • Tuesday, October 6 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 7 from 4 - 5 p.m.
  • Thursday, October 15 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Use the link below to attend!

Resident assistants work in a residence hall or apartment setting under the direct supervision of a hall director or area coordinator. The role of the RA is to work with other residence hall staff to facilitate an environment within the residence hall community that promotes the educational experience of residential living. The RA articulates to the residents the philosophy and policies of the Office of Residence Life and the university and represents the needs of the students to the administration. The following are basic expectations of an RA. Specific responsibilities and expectations vary slightly among residential areas.

Front desk assistants work in a residence hall or area office setting under the supervision of a hall director and/or Area Coordinator. The role of the FDA is to provide excellent customer service and ensure safety and security for students living in the residence halls.

Day shift hours are between 7 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. daily and staff are assigned to provide coverage to one primary residence hall.

Night shift hours are between 12:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. daily and staff are may be assigned to provide coverage to any residence hall desk that is open during these hours.

The application period is now closed. It will reopen in the spring.

Front desk assistant coordinators work in a residence hall or area office setting under the direct supervision of a hall director and/or area coordinator. The role of the FDAC is to fulfill all job duties and responsibilities of the front desk assistant (FDA) with additional responsibilities of leadership and organization for the team of FDAs employed in that area.

The application period is now closed. It will reopen in the spring.

Summer resident and desk assistants work under the direct supervision of the area coordinator for East Campus and helps the Department of Residence Life during the summer months (May-August). This position is an integral part of maintaining the safety and security of the Residence Halls during the summer. The RDA assists with the opening and closing of the residence halls, and provides general support for the department and assigned residential areas.

The application period is now closed. It will reopen in the spring.

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