Executive Director of Residence Education and Campus Life
Oversees the overall operation of the Administrative Services and Residence Education for the housing department.
Associate Director for Administrative Services
Supervises the Assistant Director of Occupancy Management, Assistant Director for Guest Relations and the Marketing Coordinator. The Associate Director works to ensure the department is serving the students in the areas of room assignments, move-in, room changes, billing, marketing, communication, and guest housing
Assistant Director of Occupancy Management
Oversees room assignments, room selection, room changes and student housing charges. The Administrative Services Coordinator supervises two full-time assignments specialists.
Assistant Director of Guest Relations
Oversees summer camps and conferences as well an any other guest housing.
Associate Director for Residence Education
Supervises three Assistant Directors for Residence Education and Academic Initiatives. The Associate Director works to ensure the department is serving the students in the areas of Residential Curriculum, programming, Residential Learning Communities and conflict resolution.
Assistant Director for Residence Education
Assistant Directors are full-time professionals who are responsible for developing and administering a comprehensive residence life program in an area of campus. There are two Assistant Directors, one serving North Campus and one serving South Campus. Each AD supervises Resident Directors and indirectly supervises student staff in the area.
Assistant Director for Academic Initiatives
Assistant Directors are full-time professionals who are responsible for developing and administering a comprehensive Faculty-In-Residence program and Residential Learning Communities.
Resident Director(s) serve as full-time, live-in professionals who are responsible for community development, management and overall operation of a housing complex. There is one Resident Director per complex. The RDs supervise a team of Senior Resident Assistants (SRA) and Resident Assistants (RA).
Resident Assistants are student staff members that are responsible for community development on a floor or section of an apartment complex on campus. RAs perform many roles in the Residence Halls including resource, educator, policy enforcer, and community developer. There are 3-14 RAs per complex.
Becoming a Resident Assistant
Director of Housing Facilities
Oversees the overall operation of the departments facilities, maintenance, and custodial.
Director of Business Affairs
Oversees the budget for the department, accounts payable, accounts receivable and vendor contracts.