To serve as an RA, you must:
Attending one interest session is mandatory in order to be fully considered to become an RA. Below
are the dates, times, and Zoom link for the four sessions. You only need to attend one session.
you are unable to attend an interest session, please email Julene Pinto-Dyczewski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions, please email Associate Director Julene Pinto-Dyczewski.
The Residential Assistant (RA) is instrumental in creating engaging, safe, and positive communities in our residence halls. RAs are tasked with being peer mentors to their residents, and assist with several types of scenarios in our residence halls. Check
out one of our interest sessions to learn more!
In order to be eligible for a RA position you must:
For any questions, please email Julene Pinto-Dyczewski or Zack Neil.
Someone who is unapologetically themselves, and who has a real passion for helping others.
It depends on the year. We strive to have our RA numbers mirror the occupancy for that upcoming academic year.
Certainly! We look at your entire application, and we take into consideration any type of leadership experience you have.
The RA Placement Process is a multi-week group interview in which participants work with each other to show their critical thinking skills, ability to work as a team, and creative problem solving. You will hear more about this process at your interest
Yes, though it is one of many factors when determining who goes to which staff.
Nope! We do not need names for references due to the high volume of applicants.