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Housing and Residence Life Staff

Housing and Residence Life Staff

Residence Life Coordinator (RLC)

The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is a professional staff member who lives in the residence hall. The primary function is to provide direction for student development and academic success by managing the residence hall and coordinating the administrative, supervisory, and programmatic efforts for an educational area housing up to 400 students.

As a live-in staff member of the Housing and Residence Life team, the Residence Life Coordinator is responsible for the development of comfortable living and learning communities that foster academic success. This is achieved by assisting individuals with their personal needs and concerns, supervising student support staff, and advising student leadership groups.

The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) reports to Assistant Dean of Students for Community Living and is responsible for the day-to-day operations, activities and services for 400 students living in residence halls and/or apartments. The RLC supervises undergraduate staff (Resident Assistants) and develops a team that will implement all the activities, programs and services needed to create inclusive communities that reflect the mission and goals of Life University. The RLC Responds effectively and efficiently to resident concerns and works with colleagues to address facilities related issues.


Resident Assistant (RA)

Life University Resident Assistants (RAs) are live-in leaders, role models, and community builders. As one of the premier student leadership positions on campus, RAs are carefully selected, placed on a staff team, and trained by the Office of Housing and Residence Life to develop a positive living and learning experience for on-campus residents. RAs create programs that enhance community, meet residents’ personal and academic needs, build positive relationships with residents, and create a safe environment where residents have opportunities to grow academically and socially.

College can be a challenging transition for residents, and RAs should be role models and advocates for various campus resources. Your role as an RA is to know the residents in your community on a personal level, provide them with guidance and support, and be excited for their successes.

Are you ready to be part of a team that works to positively impact Life’s residential student experience? Interested in being a Resident Assistant? The ideal RA candidate is a current student who has community living experience, a minimum 2.50 GPA, and a desire to make an impact on the lives of his/her peers. Quality candidates will have a commitment to personal integrity, serving members of their peer group, and engaging in personal development.

Don’t miss out on this experience to build your resume, have fun, and experience something that is more than just your average job!


  • Single Room in The Commons
  • Private Bedroom in Life’s Village Retreat
  • Modified Meal Plan (Commons RAs)
  • LIFE Parking Decal through duration of employment