Paid PositionThe Resident Assistant, or RA, is a fellow student who has been selected and trained to assist in maintaining a living environment that is fair to all and conducive to studying. The RA is expected to know the residents, be familiar with College policies, and be available when needed. The RA serves as a facilitator of community development through programming and building relationships with other residents. RAs who build positive relationships with their residents help others through counseling, leadership, and role modeling. RAs are required to be visible and available during their scheduled duty night and other non-scheduled times.
Food Service Committee
Volunteer PositionAll residents are welcome to join the food service committee. The primary focus of this committee is to address any issues or concerns that students have with the food service. Meetings are held each semester between this committee and food service management.
Residence Hall Council
Volunteer PositionAll residents are members of Residence Hall Council (RHC) but each resident can choose how active she/he wishes to be in the organization. RHC plans and organizes social events and programs and coordinates Resident Student Forum. Student Forum is a chance for residents to voice ideas and concerns regarding hall policies, dining services, housekeeping and facilities. RHC is responsible for annual social programs such as Haunted Ursuline and Kids-N- Sibs Overnight and most recently, Powder Puff football tournaments. The RHC Executive Board will be elected by the residents each year at the end of spring semester. Executive Board positions include: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Public Relations Liaison.