Living on-campus provides you with a support network of University Housing student and professional staff members dedicated to your success as a Blue Devil. As a first-year student, you’ll live on Main Campus, near other first-year students, academic buildings, dining facilities, and the athletics complex. As you transition into your second-year on-campus, you’ll have the option to stay on Main Campus or move to North Campus where you’ll find your own dining facility, fitness center, and other second, third, and fourth-year students.
No matter where you live, you can expect that every residence hall has staff members who care about your success and well-being. Check out more about the team dedicated to assist you.
Your RA is your go-to-person for all concerns on your floor. Whether you want to get more involved, are in the middle of a roommate conflict, or are simply wanting a person to connect to, your RA is ready to assist you.
Academic Resource Coordinators
Every hall has at least one ARC to provide you with resources to be academically prepared. They coordinate the writing center and math tutors, provide study nights, and offer self-assessments to help you learn more about how you best study.
These student staff members (HMs for short) live in your residence hall and assist the RLCs in supervising the hall staff, maintaining desk operations, and advising the Hall Leadership Committee and are great resources for you to contact with questions about the campus and residence hall, roommate concerns, or other questions.
Residence Life Coordinators
These live-in professionals (RLCs for short) supervise the student staff within their building complex. They are here to assist in your transition to college providing academic, social, wellness, and personal development support.