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Residential Life is proud to introduce an outstanding professional and student staff to meet your needs while living on campus. Our department is comprised of Bachelors and Masters-level professional staff and an energetic team of undergraduate-level student staff.
Primary building assignments for Hall & Complex Directors are in bold.
|Rose Viau||Director of Residential Life||rviau||660.562.1214|
|Meghan Davis||Assistant Director of Residential Life for Residential Student Success||meghanh||660.562.1019|
|Mike Miller||Coordinator of First Year Residential Experience||mmiller||660.562.1014|
|John Hernandez||Coordinator of Upperclass & Special Populations||jhernan||660.562.1035|
|Scott Shields||Coordinator of Residential Life Operations||sshield||660.562.1969|
|Jody Throener||Residential Life Specialist||jodye||660.562.1214|
|Dustin Abrego||Forest Village Apartments
|Kenzie Bloom||Franken Hall
|Paul Bennett||Tower Suites, Forest Village, and The Station
|Aimee Rea||South Complex, Roberta Hall & Franken Hall
|Chris Hardin||Millikan, Dieterich, and Phillips Halls
|Emily Zahasky||Dieterich Hall
The Assistant Complex Director (ACD) is a paraprofessional staff member responsible for assisting a Hall Director or Area Coordinator with the overall administration of a residence hall including sole responsibility for all front desk operations. The ACD is an experienced student staff member who is looking for new challenges and opportunities in Residential Life. The ACD is expected to offer assistance and expertise to ultimately provide an educational and developmental experience for residents and staff.
RAs live on each floor of our residence halls. Their primary role is to help build community on their floor and throughout the building. RAs are there to assist you with finding resources solve your needs, assist in conflict mediation, present events and program opportunities and confront policy violations.
Student Assistants maintain many of the same job responsibilities of a Resident Assistant. However, SAs are placed in Forest Village Apartments and Roberta Hall. Both buildings are considered special populations being housed on campus. Therefore, student assistants in Roberta Hall have additional training in working with sororities housed on campus and student assistants in FVA have additional training in working with students as they prepare to transition to life off-campus.
ARCHs work in our freshman residence halls to facilitate academic progress and promote an environment of intellectual inquiry by providing programming and resources for students.
BRIDGEs works in in our residence halls to facilitate diversity education and promote an enriching environment by providing programming and resources for students that will stimulate an active interest in other cultures.
DMs hire, evaluate, and train our Desk Assistant (DA) staff. The DM is responsible for the operation of the front desk(s) to which s/he is assigned. The desk operation is vital in providing service to the residents and guests. Some of the services provided at the desk include: recreation equipment, cooking equipment, vacuums, change, stamps, mail distribution, and a resource for questions from residents and guests.
DAs are students who work the front desks of each of our residence halls. They provide assistance by answering questions, checking out equipment, performing mail service, taking maintenance requests, provide lockout services, and more.