Residence Life: Other Leadership Roles
Other Leadership Roles
In addition to residence life student leadership and employment opportunities, there are many other ways students can take an active role within their residence hall community. These student leader positions create an incredible partnership with various offices and the residence life staff.
Faith & Formation Ambassadors (FFA)
Faith & Formation Ambassadors are supported by a team from Campus Ministry, the Moreau Center, Residence Life, and the Theology department. Faith & Formation Ambassadors live in the residence halls and serve to connect students to opportunities for faith development in the halls and on campus. Faith & Formation Ambassadors participate in a variety of activities, including assisting with the first-year Connect retreat, the hall retreat team, and Religious Education for Exceptional People (REX). Students in the program also take a one-credit Theology course each semester. For more information, please contact Tyler Hale.
Intercultural Coordinators are sponsored by International Student Services, the International Languages & Cultures department, Student Activities, and Residence Life. Intercultural Coordinators live and work in each residence hall to increase intercultural competency and awareness. Students take a one-credit course on Intercultural Communication and have the opportunity to learn from a diverse group of leaders from both inside and outside the university. For more information, please contact Kurt Berning.
Residential Computing Consultants (RCC)
A Residential Computing Consultant (RCC) lives in each residence hall. This position is charged with aiding residential students in connecting their computers, troubleshooting problems and answering questions related to the network, and educating residents about computing responsibly. Additionally the RCC maintains the computer lab in each hall. Contact Information Services for more information.
Service and Justice Coordinators (SJC)
Each Service and Justice Coordinator helps connect interested students to numerous volunteer opportunities, such as Habitat for Humanity, soup kitchens, tutoring, environmental agencies, or individualized interests. If you would like more information about the SJC position, please contact the Moreau Center.
Sustainability Coordinators are sponsored by the Environmental Studies department, the Moreau Center, and Residence Life. Sustainability Coordinators live in each residence hall and work to increase awareness of environmental issues within the residence halls. They participate in a one-credit Sustainability course during the academic year. Sustainability Coordinators also collaborate with student groups, such as the College Ecology Club, to work on specific projects. For more information, please contact David Lester.