Why live on campus? Students who choose to reside on campus benefit from the following: • living and working with others • hands-on problem solving skills • accountability and responsibility • being a viable part of a community
Your hall staff Should you or your roommate need assistance in dealing with problems, or if you just need some friendly advice, please be sure to contact your Resident Director (RD) or Resident Advisor (RA) Resident Directors are full-time employees who live in each residence hall and are responsible for working alongside student housing staff to encourage residents in their educational, physical, psychological, and spiritual development. Resident Directors model a Christian lifestyle and are available for informal counseling. They strive to help students achieve academic success and help hold students accountable to living within the stated college policies. Our goal is to encourage residents to be a supportive member fo the Rochester College Community and to be responsible for
their actions and behaviors towards others. Community and communication are key.
mentoring. RAs are available to answer many of your questions about campus life.
Resident Advisors (RAs) are students employed by the college to assist the Resident Director. Their primary responsibility is creating and supporting community and encouraging unity in the residence halls and on their floors through intentional programming and peer
Students are expected to respect and cooperate with residence hall personnel. Failure to do so will inhibit the sense of community and may result in disciplinary action and possibly loss of housing privileges.
Rochester College, Residence Life Handbook 2013-14