Housing & Residence Life

 

Meet the Resident Assistants

While Resident Assistant job responsibilities vary somewhat according to the characteristics and needs of the different assigned areas, the Resident Assistant is generally responsible for creating and maintaining a living environment conducive to the academic success and physical, social and emotional well-being of the residents.

Summer 2014 Resident Assistants

Compass Point

Community closed for summer. 

University Crossings

Community closed for summer. 

University Terrace

A Building- Nicholas Williams
C Building- Ciarra Miller
700- 800 Floors- Tairesha Garrett

Windward Commons

100 West- Tommy Aluko
200 West- Maria Moreno and Alexandra Murillo

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

  • Role Modeling and Leadership
  • Resource Assistance and Referral
  • Student and Community Development
  • Safety and Security Awareness
  • Community Standards Regulation
  • Facilities and Occupancy Management
  • Housing and Residence Life Administration

Minimum Requirements for Resident Assistants are:

  • Residency in On-Campus Housing for at Least One Full Semester
  • Enrolled as a Full-time, On-Campus Armstrong Student
  • Minimum Cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Ability to Balance Academic, Work, Personal and Co-Curricular Commitments
  • Successful Completion of an Extensive Selection Process

Take a look at our recruitment brochure [ 718 KB] for more information.

Check out our most recent RA job description and contract for more specific details on what you can expect to do as an RA.  *Be advised that the specific details will change slightly from year to year and that students will be notified of any and all changes prior to accepting a position.