Residence Life Staff Positions
Director of Residence Life – responsible for the overall operation of the department; defines and reviews policies and procedures of the department; provides leadership and guidance in the implementation of all programs in all areas of Residence Life.
Associate Director of Residence Life for Residential Education and Community Development – oversees all community development and residential education in the residence halls. The Associate Director is part of the Living Learning Community Leadership Team that develops, trains, and promotes our living learning communities to students and faculty.
Associate Director of Residence Life for Leadership and Staff Development – Supports departmental efforts to develop student staff and advisement of residential student leadership organizations, including the Inter-Residence Council and Neighborhood Associations.
Associate Director of Residence Life for Housing Operations and Facilities – oversees the assignment process for all returning and new incoming students, provides direction for departmental processes, including room changes, roommate mediation, early arrivals, off campus housing appeals, summer and break housing, and well as opening and closing; responsible for department marketing and communication efforts.
Assistant Director for Housing Operations and the Loy Neighborhood – assists the Associate Director of Residence Life Operations with the assignment process for all returning and new incoming students, assisting with departmental processes including room changes, early arrivals, off-campus housing appeals, summer and break housing, as well as opening and closing; responsible for oversight oversight of the Loy Neighborhood.
Community Director – a professional staff member with a Master’s degree and is responsible for the overall administration of a residential neighborhood. The Community Directors live in an on-campus apartment and supervises the neighborhood student staff. In addition, the Community Director facilitates administrative room changes, conduct judicial hearings, and provide basic counseling for all residents within their community and support all students engaged in the learning process.
Neighborhood Program Assistants – responsible for the overall day-to-day job operations of a Residence Life Neighborhood Office. Their responsibilities include managing daily functions of the neighborhood office, including physical plant work requests and work order billing; judicial violation meeting and sanction notification; and training and evaluating student workers. This position provides support and assistance to the Community Director, student staff and area residents. Program Assistants are often the first contact many students have with Residence Life.
Faculty Involvement in the Residential Campus
Faculty Director in Residence – some neighborhoods have a faculty director in residence, who is responsible for developing the overall intellectual and academic theme of the neighborhood and coordinating academic linkages.
Faculty in Residence – in addition to the Faculty Directors, there are additional faculty who live in residential neighborhoods and work with living learning communities and other academic experiences.
Living Learning Community Advisors – each learning community has a faculty or staff advisor who coordinates the programmatic elements of the LLC experience.