Every student living on Grounds has a Resident Advisor (RA) who lives within the residential community. RAs are supervised by a Senior Resident (SR) who oversees an entire building or residence area.
These student leaders are identified through a peer-driven selection process and committed to building strong communities that value the University’s traditions of honor and student self-governance. From structured programs to informal peer advising, RAs and SRs support the physical well-being of students and their academic, social, and emotional development.
These 240 resident staff members are supervised and directed by undergraduate Co-Chairs who work with students and the Housing & Residence Life area coordinators and deans to develop the vision for the residence life program.
Learn more about RAs on the Housing and Residence Life site.