Problems in the residence hall should be shared with the leaders of the residence hall. Students who are having trouble getting along with someone, do not understand a regulation or procedure, or have any other difficulty, should consult with their RL, RA, or Dorm Supervisor to resolve the difficulty. They will know how to assist or when to refer student needs to a Dean. If the difficulty persists after consulting with residence hall leadership, students may feel free to schedule an appointment with a Dean.
|Men’s Residence Halls||Women’s Residence Halls|
|Mr. James Rossiter||Armitage Hall||Miss Kaitlyn Dobson||Melford Hall|
|Mr. Andrew Taylor||Leland Hall||Miss Lindsay Hodgs||Hilsen Hall|
|Mr. Jonah Scott||Carey Hall||Miss Elisabeth Hettinga||Day Hall|
|Mr. Brett Cournoyer||Judson Hall||Miss Faye Affelt||Gould Hall|
|Mr. Dan Anderson||Spurgeon Hall||Miss Lauryn Wigdal||Weeks Hall|
Residence Assistants (RAs)
RAs assist Residence Supervisors in overseeing life in the residence halls. These students are to be treated with the respect due their position.
Assistant Residence Assistants (ARAs)
ARAs assists the RAs in their responsibilities in the Residence Halls and fulfills the RA’s dorm responsibilities in the RAs absence. ARAs also serve as Room Leaders. ARAs should be afforded the same respect that is given to an RA.
Room Leaders (RLs)
The Administration has asked these students serve as to help their roommates adjust to university life and to ensure that the spiritual atmosphere in each room is positive. They provide leadership in the dorm and seek to encourage their roommates in their walk with God.
Also see Student Leadership and Organizations