The Office of Residential Life commits to fostering a healthy environment for your intellectual, social and personal growth.
Our Community Directors are full-time, masters-level professionals who live in the area they oversee. They’re responsible for the daily operations in the residence halls.
They supervise our student Resident Assistant (RA) staff, oversee student discipline cases, provide mediation and support services, and oversee social and educational programs offered in the residence halls. They also serve as University officials in case of after-hours emergencies in the residential areas.
If you need to isolate or quarantine while on campus, please prepare and bring a “go bag” that you can grab from your room and will provide what you need for 14 days. Here's a list of items to keep in your "go bag."
Students who are away from their room and discover they need to isolate or quarantine will be able to make ONE TRIP back to their room to grab their “go bag.”
Many home and linen supply stores offer shopping lists for living in the residence halls. Some items on these lists are unnecessary, and even prohibited, on campus. Prohibited items in residence halls include but are NOT limited to:
Maximum size for a refrigerator in a room, suite, or townhouse: 5.0 cubic feet. Maximum number of refrigerators: one per assigned room resident.
The University reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to deem other items prohibited. For more information about what to bring to campus, or questions about the residence halls, please contact the Office of Residential Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-232-6140.