Residence Hall Organization
The campus is divided into separate administrative areas, each with a professional staff member (Area Director) who is responsible for the total operation and educational program of all halls within that area.
Within each residence hall, the hall director is responsible for managing the building, supervising the resident advisers, and developing hall programs and procedures that meet student needs.
The resident advisers on each floor or section provide information, personal advising and programming for residents. Additionally, these staff members have been trained to address emergency situations, and protect individual and institutional rights through the enforcement of university and residence hall policies.
Community Advisory Boards (CABs) consist of the elected hall officers and floor/section representatives who work closely with the residence hall staff. CABs are actively involved in improving the quality of life within each residence hall through the implementation of social and educational programs, which provide opportunities for personal growth, facilitate the development of relationships among hall residents, and promote hall spirit and unity.