Residence Life is not just where you turn to get answers to your housing questions. Although you will find your housing answers here, you will also find opportunities to meet new people, become a campus leader and get involved.
Each semester you can get involved in a variety of programs and activities provided by the Residence Life staff. Whether it's watching your favorite Disney character at Disney Movie Night in Lakeside Hall; demonstrating your nine-ball skills in a billiards tournament in Pfieffer Hall; or revealing your secret identity at a superhero costume party in Stevenson Hall; the possibilities are endless.
If you'd like to take a more active role in what goes on in the residence halls, then maybe becoming a resident assistant is in your future. As a resident assistant, you will take on a front-line role helping students adjust to college life. You will have training opportunities for topics such as crisis management, program design and implementation, community building, and interpersonal communication. This is a position you can proudly display on your resume as an experience that helped shaped your development as an educated, young adult.