Resident Assistant - Resident assistants,
(RAs), are upper -class students that live and work in the
residence halls. They are hired by the Office of Residence Life to
help students who live in the residence halls and are the most
visible members of the residence life staff. Since the RA lives
directly in the building, he or she is attuned to residents'
particular needs and problems.
RAs go through an extensive selection and training
process and are, therefore, helpful in dealing with all types of
problems and situations. RAs also plan programs and activities,
hold hall meetings, enforce policies and refer
maintenance/housekeeping work orders to the Physical Plant.
Residence Life Coordinator , or RLCs, are Campus Life
professionals who work and live on campus.
RLCs are trained and experienced in residence
RLCs supervise the resident assistants.
RLCs live in a campus apartment and oversee the
activities of their assigned area of campus.
RLCs provide for the overall management of their
areas and are the residence life office's spokespersons in any
situation that may arise in the residence halls.
RLCs enforce University and residence hall
RLCs provide guidance with RA programming.
Feel free to speak with your RLC about problems,
ideas and suggestions.