Resident Advisors (RAs) serve as first-line support to their residents RAs are responsible for developing a community for resident students within their assigned area, as well as encouraging participation in floor and community events. RAs are the first contact for roommate conflict resolution. RAs are directly supervised by Residence Coordinators (RCs).
Global Resident Advisors (GRAs). GRAs are responsible for developing a community for resident students within Global Village, as well as encouraging participation in community events and programs sponsored. GRAs are the first contact for roommate conflict resolution GRAs are directly supervised by the Community Director (CD).
Residence Coordinators (RCs) oversee residential halls, ranging from approximately 275 to 500 residents. Residence Coordinators supervise the Resident Advisors (RAs), coordinate and conduct RA staff training and development, serve as coaches and counsel students, develop and support residential and institute wide events & intiatives, serve as conduct officers, resolve roommate conflicts, and serve as advisors to student organizations and special interest houses. Residence Coordinators are directly supervised by Assistant Directors.
Assistant Directors manage the residential areas; implement educational and social programs and activities for resident students. They oversee and coordinate all area services, facilities, and operations. Assistant Directors coordinate the student conduct process for their area and coordinate services with other campus partners.
Community Advocates (CAs) work in the apartment area, and oversee an apartment complex, ranging from 200-400 resident students. The CA provides support to students residing in on-campus apartments. The CA's primary duty is to facilitate interaction and communication among residents. CAs also conduct social and educational events throughout the apartment area and institute wide. CAs also facilitate conflict resolution between roommates and neighbors. The CA is directly supervised by the Area Director.
Area Directors coordinate campus and community resources to enhance students’ academic and co-curricular experience in the apartment area. Area directors facilitate and advocate for student initiatives that enhance the on-campus apartment living-learning environment, and directly supervise the graduate Community Advocates and the undergraduate Global Resident Advisors and House Managers.
One (1) staff assistant works in each area office in the department. They manage the office and provide direct support to the other professional staff members. Area office staff assistants are responsible for area level assignments and room changes, key coordination and residence hall meeting room reservation coordination.