Residence Hall Floor Communities (161)
161 Resident Assistants (RAs) oversee the residence hall floor community while working with their hall coordinator who is a full time staff member. RAs assist residents with college transition, building a residential community through social and life skills programs, and serving as an institutional resource. RAs will post upcoming community meetings and program through fliers, e-mail, or social media. Each hall also has assigned faculty mentors who have signed up to participate in programs and conversations with residents on academics, college transition, and sometimes simply cooking/eating a meal together.
You will be automatically placed in your residential floor communities when you receive your room assignment in July. There will be planned and impromptu programs for you to participate in throughout the year facilitated by your RA, University Residence Hall Association, Residence Hall Council, and Residence Hall Program Team.
See the Events Calendar for a full listing of events in your hall.
For any questions regarding your residential floor community, please contact Residential Program Manager, LT Robinson.