Student Staff Employment
The Division of Campus Residences is proud to be the largest student employer on campus, with over 850 student employees. This includes undergraduate and graduate students in roles such as Resident Assistant, Quad Assistant, Conference Assistant, and many other options.
Resident Assistant (Undergraduate and Apartment Living)
Resident Assistants (RA) are an integral part of Campus Residences. Students that serve as an RA have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, make strong connections with other students, and promote diversity and inclusion across their area. Both Undergraduate and Graduate Students have the ability to be RA's in the Resident Hall and Apartment Areas.LEARN MORE
Students have the opportunity to be an Office Assistant across different areas within Campus Residences. Every Quad and Area have Office Assistants in their area office in order to assist with daily tasks in the office. This is a great opportunity for students to develop skills and make connections with others in the department.LEARN MORE
Residential Tutoring Center Tutor
Tutors help peers to succeed academically. They conduct tutoring sessions to clarify course content and provide study strategies. They are selected on the basis of academic skill, character, and the ability to communicate well with others.LEARN MORE
The Conference Housing Assistant (CA) is the front line customer service and risk management support in a residence hall community housing professional, academic and athletic conferences. They will coordinate the guest registration process (including space preparation and assessment), assist guests with facilities and other related housing concerns, and will be general University ambassadors in providing information about the University and surrounding communities to our Conference Housing guests.LEARN MORE
Graduate Student Employment
There are a variety of options available for graduate students to find employment
in Campus Residences. Students have the ability to become an Apartment Living Assistant,
Quad Assistant, or Assistant Coordinator for either Residential Programs or Residential
Risk Management. All of these positions assist students with learning about the field
of higher education and developing transferable skills for when they enter the work
force after graduate school.