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.
Peer Health Educators (PHE)
Each hall has at least one peer health educator. The role of the PHE is to provide information, education and programming for residents around health issues. The PHE is an excellent resource for students and acts as the initial point of referral for the University Health Center. For more information about the PHE position, contact the University Health Center.
Residential Computing Consultants (RCC)
A Residential Computing Consult (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 including: 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 for Service and Leadership.
To find out more about leadership at the University of Portland, click here to access the Student Leadership website.