Senior Resident Assistant

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Academic Information

Supplemental Questions

Resumé

Acknowledgement of Roles and Expectations

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  • You must be at least 18 years old and a second semester freshman to be eligible for the SRA position
  • You must be enrolled at least part-time as an undergraduate or graduate student in an accredited area college or university
  • Any online courses must be taken at a local university and be a credit-bearing course
  • You must be in good judicial and academic standing with the university

The roles Senior Resident Assistants play fall into several broad categories and include, but are not limited to, community development, peer counseling, office and clerical work, leasing and marketing, rounds and on-call responsibilities, policy enforcement, educational and social programming, and other duties as assigned.

Senior Resident Assistant responsibilities require a substantial time commitment and SRAs may be asked to limit off-site employment and activities. Priority should be given to school work and personal health and wellness, followed closely by SRA responsibilities.

A link to the recommendation form will be included in the confirmation email you'll receive after submitting your application data.