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Housing & Residence Life: Student Staff Recruitment

Are you interested in becoming a Resident Assistant?

Housing and Residence Life currently employs 34 live-in resident assistants who help support the residential education initiatives and administration of our residence halls and apartments. The application for 2017-2018 Resident Assistant position is now available. Please apply online by Friday, February 10, 2017 for priority consideration. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.

​Resident Assistant Recruitment Requirements for Application

The required components of the application process are as follows:

Completed online application including an uploaded cover letter, resume and reference list (The priority deadline for applications is Friday, February 10 at 5 p.m.)

The RA passport events (This is a paper booklet that is available for pick up at Windward Commons front desk and Compass Point Clubhouse Office. Stamps are required to prove attendance)

RA Individual Interview (Week of February 20-24: Sign up via email beginning February 13, 2017)

RA Group Process Interview (Saturday, February 25 in the afternoon: Specific time TBA so don't plan anything this day)

Resident Assistants Function at the Highest Level in the Areas of:

Minimum Requirements for application consideration:


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