Resident Assistants work to develop and maintain positive relationships with the residents on their floors. They assess the social and educational needs and interests of their residents and present quality programs that meet those needs. RAs promote and encourage an appreciation of diversity among residents on their floors and within the campus community. Also, they address all inappropriate behavior and are accessible and approachable; they project a demeanor that is kind, caring, and friendly.
Community Center staff serve as a central resource for the community by maintaining the administrative functions for each community desk. They must act as a role model for students and be aware of community emergency procedures. They maintain direct contact with students, faculty, and staff.
Office Assistants work to assist central office staff to complete daily task and special assignments. Office Assistants must be knowledgeable of campus resources and flexible due to the variety of tasks and assignments.
National Residence Hall Honorary
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is an organization made up of the top 1% of the residence hall population whose members go above and beyond to make residential life better through recognition.
The crew assists the Housing Facilities Assistant with moving, distribution, and storage of Residence Hall furniture, inventory management of departmental and university property, and the repair of replacement of residence hall furniture and equipment.