Arroyo Vista

Arroyo Vista recruits and hires over 30 student employees each year, during both the academic year as well as in the summer. Some of these positions are recruited for on an annual basis. Check back during recruitment periods for application links.

  • Arroyo Vista Student Council (AVSC)

    The Arroyo Vista Student Council (AVSC) is a student government for the Arroyo Vista community. The Executive Board provides the opportunity for students to serve in a leadership capacity in the community, act as liaisons between AV residents and the housing office, serve as members of the Government of Undergraduate Student Housing (GUSH), and develop community-wide programs.

    AVSC Executive Board Positions:

    • President
    • Vice President
    • Service and Sustainability Chair
    • Community Development Chair
    • Diversity and Wellness Chair

    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • AV Event/Program Planning*

    If you would like to get involved in planning programs and events in AV, let your RA know. Programs are coordinated by Resident Advisors and AVSC. Planning and attending programs is a great way to meet other residents in the community, discuss a variety of topics, learn something new, or just have fun. We look forward to seeing you at our events!
    Contact your RA anytime throughout the year to get involved

  • Assignments Student Assistant (ASA)

    The Assignments Student Assistant is responsible for helping to maintain the occupancy of Arroyo Vista. All student workers must be prompt for assigned shifts, be able to work independently and have a commitment to excellent customer service. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must.
    Recruitment Period: November-January

  • Business Student Assistant (BSA)

    Under the supervision of the Business Manager, the Business Student Assistant provides operational billing assistance for the Housing Office and general expense tracking for the Business Manager (monthly gas, electric, and equipment charges). Additional duties include preparing damage and miscellaneous billing, reconciling financial ledgers and billing credits, expense tracking for purchases, assisting in the general office tasks, such as accurate filing, copying and ordering of supplies, and providing backup for the Office Assistants fulfilling all duties and functions when necessary.
    Recruitment Period: November-January

  • Community Programmer (CP)

    See Resident Housing Association

  • Office Assistant Lead (OAL)

    The Office Assistant Lead is responsible for: processing of OA time sheets, development of work schedules and training schedules, updating the training manual, shift changes, assisting with performance evaluations, development of meeting agendas, coordination of the OA job application process, updating job descriptions and applications, collection and review of weekly reports, and OA development opportunities. In addition, the OAL must have in depth knowledge of and be able to perform all Office Assistant duties. The OAL will be scheduled to assist at the front desk for portions of their work shifts and perform other duties as assigned. Note - The Office Assistant Lead provides Arroyo Vista and University information and must maintain confidentiality.
    Recruitment Period: November-January

  • Office Assistant (OA)

    The Office Assistant serves as the AV Housing Office Information Desk Attendant whose duties include: providing excellent customer service such as greeting, assisting, and referring guests and visitors to the appropriate administrator, answering incoming phone calls and recording accurate messages for the professional staff. Monitoring/updating AV housing database, logging work orders using a computerized system, mail forwarding, checking in/out computer keys to the lab, equipment check in/out, troubleshooting basic computer problems in lab, distributing inter-campus mail, answer questions about contracts and vacancies. Occasional typing, use of office equipment such as photocopy machine and fax machine, giving complex tours, filing and other duties as assigned. Note - The Office Assistant provides Arroyo Vista and University information and must maintain confidentiality.
    Recruitment Period: March-April

  • Operations Student Assistant (OSA)

    The Operations Student Assistant is responsible for helping to maintain the Arroyo Vista buildings. All student workers must be prompt for assigned shifts, be able to work independently and have a commitment to excellent customer service. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must.
    Recruitment Period: November-January

  • Program Assistant

    Directly supervised by a Residence Life Coordinator, the Program Assistant (PA’s) is live-in student staff member who forms part of the Arroyo Vista Residence Life Team.
    Recruitment Period: March-April

  • Resident Advisor (RA)

    The responsibilities of a Resident Advisor are centered around a student community in which the staff member focuses on the growth and development of the residents. Under the supervision of the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC), the RA serves as a live-in resource person to both residents and staff so as to meet the goals of the Residential Education Program. RAs participate in housing training, community event planning, programming, safety and citizenship within each community and meeting commitments approximately 19.5 hours per week. Note: RAs live in the residence halls and are provided room and a monthly food stipend.
    Recruitment Period: November-January

  • Residence Life Assistant

    Directly supervised by the Associate Director of Residence Life at Arroyo Vista Housing, the AV Residence Life Student Assistant will work cooperatively with the Arroyo Vista Professional Staff during the academic year on various administrative tasks, social media account and marketing management, front desk assistance when needed, various Residence Life assigned projects as well as some programmatic support.
    Recruitment Period: March-April

  • Summer Conference Assistant (CA)

    The responsibilities of an Conference Assistant are centered around supporting the customer service and clerical duties for the Summer Conference Program. Guest Services Assistants receive training on a variety of topics, including customer service, online systems, and teamwork. Serve as a campus representative for individuals staying on campus. They staff and operate conference desks; use conferencing software to perform guest check in and check out; cash collections, control, and deposit; key control; mail distribution; guest information services and perform a variety of other guest services.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • Summer Resident Advisor (SRA)

    The Summer Resident Advisor is a live-in student staff member with the primary responsibilities of community development, advising residents, mediating conflicts, performing on-call duty responsibilities, assisting with AV summer projects, performing administrative tasks, and checking-in/out residents. The SRA will move in in June and move out in September.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

Employment Benefits

Working in Arroyo Vista has many benefits and privileges including:

  • Guaranteed housing in Arroyo Vista during period of employment
  • Flexible work hours
  • Student-friendly work atmosphere
  • Professional work experience

Campus Village

  • Campus Village Student Association (CVSA) Executive Board

    The Campus Village Student Association (CVSA) Executive Board serves as an advocacy group to address residents’ needs, provide quality community-building and service programs, and work cooperatively with the Residential Life professional and student staff teams to create an environment that respects the rights of others and promotes consideration of individual needs within a diverse housing community.

    CVSA Executive Board Positions:

    • President
    • Vice President
    • Treasurer
    • Outreach Coordinator

    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • CV Event/Program Planning*

    If you would like to get involved in planning programs and events in CV, let your RA or HA know. Programs are coordinated by Resident Advisors/Housing Assistants and CVSA. Planning and attending programs is a great way to meet other residents in the community, discuss a variety of topics, learn something new, or just have fun. We look forward to seeing you at our events!
    Contact your RA/HA anytime throughout the year to get involved

  • Community Assistant (CA)

    The responsibilities of a Community Assistant are centered around supporting the customer service and clerical duties for the Housing Office and Community Center. CAs receive training on a variety of topics, including customer service, online systems, and teamwork while also serving as a campus representative for individuals staying on campus. They staff and operate the front desks and community center convenience store; perform resident check in and check out; cash collections, control, and deposit; key control; guest information services and perform a variety of other administrative services.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • Community Programmer (CP)

    See Resident Housing Association

  • Community Programmer of Wellness

    The Community Programmer of Wellness is a specialized Community Programmer that works with the Community Programmer of Academics to meet the needs of the Campus Village Community. The CP of Wellness will work cooperatively with the Residence Life Team in the development, implementation, and marketing of co-curricular opportunities, including but not limited to Wellness Institutes and Activities to be hosted at the Campus Village Wellness Center and other educational offerings.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • Community Programmer of Academics

    The Community Programmer of Academics is a specialized Community Programmer that works with the Community Programmer of Wellness to meet the needs of the Campus Village Community. The CP of Academics will work cooperatively with the Residence Life Team in the development, implementation, and marketing of co-curricular opportunities, including but not limited to Academic Institutes and Activities to be hosted at the Campus Village and other educational offerings.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • Graduate Housing Assistant (HA)

    Housing Assistants provide after-hours assistance to Campus Village Graduate Residents by developing, planning and implementing community activities and participating in Campus Village staff functions. HAs serve as a live-in resource person to both residents and staff so as to meet the goals of the Residential Education Program. HAs also participate in housing training, community event planning, programming, safety and citizenship within each community and meeting commitments. Two Campus Village residents are hired for a one-year appointment as a Housing Assistant.
    Recruitment Period: February-April (position begins in July)

  • Resident Advisor (RA)

    The responsibilities of a Resident Advisor are centered around a student apartment community in which the staff member focuses on the growth and development of the residents. Under the supervision of the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC), the RA serves as a live-in resource person to both residents and staff so as to meet the goals of the Residential Education Program. RAs participate in housing training, community event planning, programming, safety and citizenship within each community and meeting commitments approximately 19.5 hours per week. Note: RAs live in the apartment and are provided room and a monthly food stipend.
    Recruitment Period: November-January

  • Student Community Center Lead

    The Community Center Lead works in conjunction with Campus Village Professional and Student Staff to ensure the upkeep of customer services at Campus Village. Both the Community Center and Office Leads work together to recruit, hire, and trains a group of 15 Center Assistants that are centered around supporting the customer service and clerical duties for the Housing Office and Community Center, leading the training on a variety of topics, to include, customer service, online systems, and teamwork.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Student Housing Office Lead

    The Housing Office Lead works in conjunction with Campus Village Professional and Student Staff to ensure the upkeep of customer services at Campus Village. Both the Office and Community Center Leads work together to recruit, hire, and trains a group of 15 Center Assistants that are centered around supporting the customer service and clerical duties for the Housing Office and Community Center, leading the training on a variety of topics, to include, customer service, online systems, and teamwork.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Student Custodial Lead

    The Student Custodial Lead is responsible for assisting with maintaining the Campus Village Public Buildings and Apartments. All student workers must be prompt for assigned shifts, be able to work independently and have a commitment to excellent customer service. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. The Lead must be able to supervise crews and work independently on a variety of tasks assigned by supervisor.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Student Maintenance Lead

    The Student Maintenance Lead is responsible for assisting with maintaining the Campus Village Public Buildings and Apartments. All student workers must be prompt for assigned shifts, be able to work independently and have a commitment to excellent customer service. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. The Lead must be able to supervise crews and work independently on a variety of tasks assigned by supervisor.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Summer Student Custodial & Maintenance

    The Summer Student Maintenance/Custodial are responsible for assisting with maintaining the Campus Village Public Buildings and Apartments. All student workers must be prompt for assigned shifts, be able to work independently and have a commitment to excellent customer service. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. This appointment starts in June and ends in Semptember.
    Recruitment period: March-April

Mesa Court

  • Center Attendant (CA)

    The Mesa Court Center Attendants are responsible for providing general information about Mesa Court, and assisting with the overall operation of the Community Center/Study Pavilion, Mailroom, Recreation/Fitness Center and the Housing Office.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Center Managers

    The Center Managers will work in conjunction with Mesa Court Professional and Student Staff to ensure the upkeep, maintenance, and services of the Mesa Court Public Facilities. The Manager Team recruits, hires, and trains a group of more than 36 Center Attendants.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Community Programmer (CP)

    See Resident Housing Association

  • Mesa Court Council (MCC) Executive Board

    Mesa Court Council (MCC) provides programming, leadership development opportunities, and advocacy for the residents of Mesa Court. Executive Board members conduct weekly meetings to allow residents the opportunity to present issues of concern about residence hall living. The Exec Board team meets weekly with professional MC staff to plan and organize activities and events and to advocate for the residents. We are recruiting first year students to serve in these roles. Successful candidates will attend staff training.

    MCC Executive Board Positions:

    • President
    • Vice President
    • Advocacy and Activities Chair
    • Marketing and Communications Chair
    • Community Service and Outreach Chair

    Recruitment Period: Summer (Recruitment begins July 1)

  • Mesa Court Council (MCC) Hall Representative*

    Each hall elects/selects two MCC Hall Representatives early in the fall quarter. During regular hall meetings, Resident Advisors (RAs) rely on their MCC representatives to present MCC issues or upcoming activity information to the community. The participation of representatives is voluntary and an excellent opportunity for emerging leaders.
    Recruitment Period: Fall Quarter

  • MC Event/Program Planning*

    If you would like to get involved in planning programs and events in MC, let your RA know. Programs are coordinated by Community Programmers, Resident Advisors, and MCC. Planning and attending programs is a great way to meet other residents in the community, discuss a variety of topics, learn something new, or just have fun. We look forward to seeing you at our events!
    Contact your RA anytime throughout the year to get involved

  • Resident Advisor (RA)

    Resident Advisors act as the live-in link between Mesa Court professional staff and the residents, communicating the needs of each group to the other. They assist residents with problems and keep track of what's going on in their halls. They attend weekly meetings with Mesa Court staff and conduct meetings with residents as a group. RAs rotate weeknight, weekend, and holiday duty to be available for emergencies. Resident Advisors get vast experience working as a leader, influencing their residents, and coordinating efforts with professional staff. RAs must maintain a 2.4 cumulative and quarterly GPA.
    Recruitment period: January-February

  • Sierra Curriculum Coordinator (SCC)

    The Sierra Curriculum Coordinator has a primary responsibility of helping in the development and implementation of the Sierra class curriculum, based on the Sierra Project philosophy and goals. This is done in collaboration with the Sierra Hall Resident Advisor, Sierra Programmers, and class instructors.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Sierra Programmer (SP)

    Sierra Programmers are a team of student leaders who provide support and guidance to the residents of Sierra Hall and to the students taking the weekly Sierra Class. Each programmer serves as a role model/mentor to the residents in the hall. Sierra Programmers must maintain a 2.4 cumulative and quarterly GPA.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Student Coordinator

    The Mesa Court Student Coordinators work cooperatively with Mesa Court Professional staff in the development and implementation of programs, trainings, resources and internal systems to enrich the experience of residents and student staff within Mesa Court. Through their individual work, all Coordinator positions will work to instill the values of Mesa Court—Academic Excellence, Community Development, Diversity, Leadership and Wellness—in the residential experience. The Student Coordinators help to develop programs, resources, marketing materials and data sets to increase the effectiveness of the Residential Life program. All Student Coordinators sit on the Mesa Court Programming Board and will be expected to support and work collaboratively with programming and public facilities staffs.
    Recruitment period: March-April

  • Summer Conference Assistant

    The duties of a Conference Assistant include checking in conferees; troubleshooting problems related to conferences; handling petty cash transactions for guests; preparing room assignments, registration and key lists, and damage reports; making and posting directional signs for incoming groups; answering phones; forwarding mail to conferees and prior academic year residents; maintaining daily duty log; and responding to emergencies.
    Recruitment period: Early winter quarter
    For more, contact the Mesa Court Housing Office or Scheduling & Conference Services.

  • Summer Resident Advisor

    The Summer RA will work cooperatively with the Mesa Court Professional Staff during the summer months to facilitate a positive living environment within the assigned hall for all summer staff in Mesa Court.
    Recruitment period: March-April

Middle Earth

Middle Earth employs more than 70 student staff, who gain valuable work experience and earn salaries or remuneration packages. Most positions are filled during spring quarter for the following academic year. Continuing students are given preference for most positions, but some positions are available for freshmen in September. Hours are flexible and consider the student's academic schedule. Wages and time requirements vary by position. Contact the Middle Earth Housing Office for more information.

  • Academic & Community Excellence (ACE) Programmers

    Join the Middle Earth ACE Team (Academic and Community Excellence Programmers). In our ongoing commitment to supporting the University’s mission for student success we are hiring our first ever team of programmers to help provide/manage group and individual tutoring services, assist residents in learning strategies for better note taking, text reading, test preparation, and time/course management, and use tools to guide those seeking to find their academic passion.
    Recruitment Period: March-April

  • Community Advisor (CA)

    The Community Advisors (CAs) are live-in student members of the Middle Earth Residence Life Team. CA's primary responsibility is working with the Resident Advisor (RA) and Residence Life Coordinator, to assess the needs of a specific residence hall within the Middle Earth community and to assist in providing program support and services to address those needs. The following job description outlines the functions of the Community Assistant position.
    Recruitment Period: Feb-April

  • Management Team Assistant (MTA)

    The Management Team Assistant (MTA) works cooperatively with the Middle Earth professional staff and is directly supervised by the Business Manager. The MTA assists Middle Earth in a variety of projects in Residence Life, Operations and Business & Finance. The MTA will have access to confidential files and must sign a confidentially agreement. Ideally, the MTA works 2-3 hours per day but not more than the 19.5 maximum per week that are allowed by University policy. The schedule is very flexible and the supervisor works with the MTA to find work hours that are to everyone’s benefit. Work hours will usually occur during regular business hours (Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.), but some evening and weekend hours will be required such as during Move-in and Move-out.
    Recruitment Period: March-April

  • Middle Earth Attendants (MEA)

    The Middle Earth Attendants (MEAs) are responsible for providing general information about Middle Earth, and assisting with the overall operation of the Housing Office, Brandywine Student Center, and Helm’s Deep. Responsibilities include, assisting with the reservation process of rooms and the provision of audiovisual and other recreational and programmatic equipment, forwarding and distributing mail, ensuring the smooth operation of the housing office, as well as the Brandywine Student Center and Helm’s Deep fitness center. This includes monitoring use, keys and equipment, providing excellent customer service to Middle Earth residents and guests in the community, assisting with the overall maintenance and upkeep of the Centers, and assisting in the completion of various tasks and projects in support of the professional staff of Middle Earth.
    Recruitment Period: Feb-April

  • Housing Office/Brandywine Student Center Manager (BSC)

    This is a 11-12 month position that runs from July to the following June. The BSC/Housing Office Manager assists professional staff in recruiting, hiring, and training attendants who work at the Middle Earth Housing Office and Brandywine Student Center during the academic year. This position works around 18 hours a week in the Middle Earth Housing Office and BSC, performing various tasks and supervising the attendants in the office. This includes assisting fellow attendants and professional staff and meeting regularly with them.
    Recruitment Period: Feb-April

  • Middle Earth Community Council (MECC) Executive Board

    The Middle Earth Community Council (MECC) Executive Board works closely with ME professional staff, Community Council members, and Middle Earth student staff to promote community living through advocacy, programming, and communication. Responsibilities include working with hall officers and implementing community-wide programs.

    MECC Executive Board Positions:

    • President
    • Vice President
    • Administrative and Finance Chair
    • Events Chair
    • Marketing and Communications Chair
    • Outreach Chair

    Recruitment Period: Feb-April

  • Middle Earth Community Council (MECC) Member*

    The Middle Earth Community Council provides programming, leadership development opportunities, and advocacy for the residents of Middle Earth. Meetings are held the Wednesday of each even week in the quarter. Hall Delegates are elected/selected by each hall early in Fall Quarter to represent their hall at Community Council meetings. Other involvement opportunities in MECC include participation in one or more of its three main committees.

    Come to the Community Council meetings to get involved!

     

  • Resident Advisors (RA)

    These students have successfully completed extensive selection and training programs. Their primary role is to work with you as a peer advisor to make your stay in on-campus housing a positive living/learning experience. Applications are available in November for the following year. There is one RA per residence hall. Remuneration is room and board.
    Recruitment Period: Nov-January

  • Student Coordinator of Leadership

    The Student Coordinator of Leadership works collaboratively with the Middle Earth Residential Life Team to assess the needs of the Middle Earth community and to facilitate the development of complex-wide programs to address these needs such as PAIR and Spring Fling. The Student Coordinator of Leadership will work closely with Community Council to mentor and build strong relationships. This position will also work with Middle Earth staff to enhance different processes that occur yearly within the complex.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • Student Coordinator of Community Development & Academic Outreach

    The Student Coordinator of Community Development & Academic Outreach will work collaboratively with the Middle Earth Residential Life Team to assess the needs of the Middle Earth community and to facilitate the development of complex-wide initiatives to address these needs. The Student Coordinator will provide leadership for the Middle Earth Academic and Community Excellence Staff. The Student Coordinator will also work with Middle Earth staff to enhance different processes that occur yearly within the complex such as Fellowship Programs, Celebrate UCI, Spring Tours, etc.
    Recruitment Period: February-April

  • Brandywine Commons/Pippin Commons

    Various food service positions are available throughout the year, contact the manager for details.

Applications for all positions are available in the Middle Earth Housing Office in mid-February. If you have any questions regarding any of the listed positions, please visit the ME Office for assistance.

Palo Verde

  • Housing Assistant

    Four Palo Verde residents are hired for a one-year appointment as a Housing Assistant. Housing Assistant duties include providing after-hours assistance to Palo Verde residents and developing, planning, and implementing community activities. Students and spouses/domestic partners can apply for these positions.
    Recruitment Period: February/March. The postion begins in July.

  • Palo Verde Residents' Council (PVRC)

    The Palo Verde Residents' Council consists of five members of the Palo Verde community, elected for a one-year term to represent and work on behalf of Palo Verde residents. PVRC responsibilities include: organizing community projects, targeting community funds for programs and projects (from a $10,000 annual allocation), assisting residents through advocacy and referral, promoting positive community involvement, working in an advisory capacity with Palo Verde staff to represent the interests of Palo Verde residents. Students and spouses/domestic partners are eligible to vote.
    Elections are held in May. Term of office begins in July.

Verano Place

  • Housing Assistant

    Four Verano Place residents are hired for a one-year appointment as a Housing Assistant. Housing Assistant duties include: providing after-hours assistance to Verano Place residents; developing, planning, and implementing community activities; and participating in Cyber Cafe operations. Students and spouses/domestic partners can apply for these positions.
    Recruitment Period: February/March. The postion begins in July.

  • Verano Residents' Council (VRC)

    The Verano Residents' Council consists of five members of the Verano Place community, elected for a one-year term to represent and work on behalf of Verano residents. VRC responsibilities include: organizing community projects, targeting community funds for programs and projects (from a $10,000 annual allocation), assisting residents through advocacy and referral, promoting positive community involvement, and working in an advisory capacity with Verano staff to represent the interests of Verano residents. Student residents and spouses/domestic partners are eligible to vote.

    More information:

    Elections are held in May. Term of office begins in July.

     

  • Cyber Cafe

    Cyber cafe staff sign out equipment, provide access to the computer lab, fax and copy machines,and sell a variety of snacks and beverages. Cafe staff must be UCI students and they are hired throughout the year depending on need. This position pays minimum wage.

  • After School and Summer Camp Assistants:

    Assist professional staff in providing supervised care to school-aged children. Contact Betsy Franklin at 824-5383 if you are interested. This is a position for UCI students only.

Housing Administrative Services

  • Student Housing Advisor (SHA)

    Interact with prospective students and parents while leading housing tours. Provide customer service at the Housing Admin Services front desk.
    Recruitment Period: Late March - Early April

Resident Housing Association (RHA)

RHA, which stands for Resident Housing Association is comprised of an Executive Board and a Programming Board with involvement of the four undergraduate community councils. It provides a governmental structure as well as an informal forum for open communication between students and the university and serves as a liaison between Student Housing and residents on important student issues pertaining to living on campus.

RHA Executive Board

The RHA Executive Board is composed of five paid positions: President, Vice President, Financial Chair, National Communications Coordinator, and National Residence Hall Honorary Chair. For more information, visit the RHA Website.

  • President

    The President of the Resident Housing Association, RHA, is responsible for providing direction to other RHA positions. The President is the main executive power in RHA, and is responsible for overseeing RHA Executive Board & RHA-Coordinating Board meetings.

  • Vice President

    The Vice-President of the Resident Housing Association, RHA, is responsible for handling presidential responsibilities in the absence of the President. The Vice-President is also responsible for managing retreats, RHA hiring, and communication between both RHA and with other bodies in University of California Irvine.

  • Financial Chair

    The Government of Undergraduate Student Housing, RHA, Financial Chair is responsible for managing the financial accounts of the board, maintaining a budget and ensuring against overspending. It is especially important for the financial chair to maintain accurate records of all budget expenditures. They should have detailed financial records of the current board, subject to review by the professional staff.

  • National Communications Chair

    The National Communications Chair for the Resident Housing Association, RHA, is responsible for maintaining communications with UCI organizations and with PACURH and NACURH.

  • National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Executive Chair

    The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Executive Chair is responsible for chairing/leading the NRHH committee, the community service opportunities and the recognition process of residents (Of The Months) on a monthly and quarterly basis for Student Housing.

RHA Programming Board

RHA is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating a variety of initiatives and programs that support Student Housing's Mission, Vision and Values. The Residence Housing Association also provides a platform for residents of the four undergraduate housing communities (Arroyo Vista, Campus Village, Mesa Court and Middle Earth) to have a representative voice in their residential communities. The Residence Housing Association Programming Board will be comprised of 8 staff positions: 6 Community Programmers, 1 Programs Advisor, 1 Marketing Coordinator.

  • Marketing Coordinator

    The Marketing Coordinator (MC) will work collaboratively with the Student Development Coordinator, Residence Housing Association Programmers and the Residential Life Teams to enhance difference processes that occur yearly within the housing complexes. This includes the development and implementation of programs and resources to strengthen the academic and community offerings available to residents. The MC will assist with designing all marketing materials for all RHA Advocacy initiatives and all RHA Programs, including weekly and signature events. They will update and oversee all social media platforms, oversee changes to the RHA Programmer Website and take and organize all photographs for RHA programs and initiatives. Additionally, the MC will collaborate with the Programs Advisor.

  • Community Programmer

    The RHA Programmers are staff members that comprise the Residence Housing Association Coordinating Board along with the Programs Advisor and Marketing Coordinator, whom sit on the Executive Board. The RHA Programmers work cooperatively with each other, under the guidance of the Programs Advisor, Student Development Coordinator, and the Residential Life Teams, to implement and market community-and undergraduate housing-wide programs to residents of the four undergraduate communities, based on an assessment of the communities' needs.

  • Programs Advisor

    The Programs Advisor (PA) will work collaboratively with the Student Development Coordinator, the Resident Housing Association, and the Residential Life Teams to assess the needs of four undergraduate housing communities and to facilitate the development of programs to address these needs. the PA will oversee and facilitate the development of a strong Resident Housing Association, and will supervise the RHA Programmers in the planning and implementation of programs.

Resident Advisors

For information about Student Housing Resident Advisors, please visit the Resident Advisor Selection website.

* = unpaid position