Living on campus is an important part of the overall experience and development of students at the University. Our residence halls are not just places for students to sleep, but are vibrant communities where students are ENGAGED as active members of the campus, EDUCATED on topics directly related to their success and EMPOWERED with the critical thinking skills that will help in their transformation into a responsible and active member of a global community.
The Office of Housing and Residential Life employs over 65 student and professional staff with one goal in mind — providing residents with secure, stimulating, attractive living environments that promote building connections with other students and employees within the university community.
Find Your Leadership Position in Residential Life
The Office of Housing and Residential Life provides more than 65 positions to students in a variety of roles — including Resident Assistant, Guest Relations Associate, and more. Through these leadership positions within the department, students gain valuable professional experience, grow as individuals in a diverse community, and make personal/professional connections that will last a lifetime.