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Residence Life

Residence Life Staff Position Descriptions

Each residence hall is staffed with trained resource people who will provide you with the information and assistance you need as a resident student. Get to know these staff members; they are a vital part of your on-campus living experience.

 Assistant Director of Residence Life (A.D.)

Assistant Directors of Residence Life supervise Residential Learning Coordinators. They also coordinate academic success programing, student development, staff development and training, facilities, programming and discipline.

Residential Learning Coordinator (R.L.C.)

Residence halls are supervised by a full-time, professional, live-in Residential Learning Coordinator who is responsible for Academic Success Communities, staff development, facilities, programming, and discipline.

Residence Director (R.D.)

Roddey has a Residence Director as the administrative head. The Residence Director is a graduate student trained to assist and refer students with academic matters, personal concerns and emergencies.

Resident Assistants (R.A.)

Resident Assistants are undergraduate students who are assigned to a floor/section in each building. Resident Assistants are resource people who provide programs, promote a community atmosphere on the hall and enforce policies. They are specially trained to help students adjust to residence hall living.

Night Hosts

For security purposes each residence hall has a Night Host on duty from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. When a student returns to the hall, he/she must present an I.D. card to the Night Host for identification.

Office Hosts/Office Hours

The hall office is open from 10 a.m. to 7 a.m. in all of the residence halls. Each hall office is staffed with undergraduate students. The Office Host answers the phone, gives out information, checks out equipment and keys, and reports facilities problems in your room to the proper campus departments.

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