Residential Education offers its own forms of involvement. From our Residence Hall Council, where students can take a leadership role in their hall and floor communities, to becoming a member of the Residence Hall Conduct Board, and facilitating the conduct process at DePaul, there’s something for all students.
Resident Advisor (RA) is a part-time student staff member
(paraprofessional). The RA works in a specific building/complex and has
specific responsibility for working with students on his/her floor or
building. She/he is the primary facilitator for the development of
community on the floor/area. RAs accomplish this through peer education,
assessing needs, programming, crisis response, and establishing a
relationship with students in their residential community. This position
also requires that the individual be dependable, efficiently manage
time and resources, communicate effectively, complete administrative
tasks, exhibit creativity, and demonstrate an interest and willingness
to assist others.
Minimum Position Requirements for a Resident Advisor:
- Full-time undergraduate student status.
- Both your Fall and cumulative G.P.A. must be at or above a 2.5 (throughout your application and employment).
- Good standing judicially.
- One academic year commitment.
- Attend an information session in November or January. All candidates MUST attend one in order to apply.
- Review the job description and Resident Advisor Selection Guide given out at the information session.
- Apply via the student employment website; the application becomes available at the end of the Fall Quarter in November and will close in early January
- In mid-January, applicants will be notified of the next steps in the application process.
Information Session Dates
- Thursday, November 1st, 6pm – 7pm in LP (Student Center 220)
- Monday, November 5th, 12PM – 1PM in Loop (Lewis Center 1411)
- Tuesday, November 6th, 12PM – 1PM in LP (Student Center 220)
- Thursday, November 8th, 8PM –9PM in LP (Clifton-Fullerton 1st Floor Lounge)
- Friday, November 9th, 3PM –4PM in LP (Arts & Letters 103)
- Monday, November 12th, 8PM – 9PM in LP (Munroe Hall 114-116)
- Tuesday, November 13th, 8PM – 9PM in LP (University Hall 1st Floor Lounge)
- Thursday, November 15th, 8PM – 9PM in LP (Corcoran Hall lobby)
- Friday, November 16th, 3PM – 4PM in LP (Arts & Letters 103)
- Monday, January 7th, 8PM – 9PM in LP (Munroe Hall 114-116)
- Thursday, January 10th, 12PM – 1PM in Loop (Lewis Center 1411)
- Applications will be available Monday, November 19, 2018 at 10AM
- All submissions are due Friday, January 11, 2019 at 9am
Residence Hall Council (RHC)
RHC is an organization that represents students living on campus. With student representatives in each hall, led by an executive board, they strive to "make DePaul home". RHC works as a liaison between organizations, university departments, and residential students to enhance the quality of life in the residence halls by creating a safe and comfortable community. They serve as a voice for residential student concerns and praises and are dedicated to upholding DePaul’s Vincentian mission. RHC plans events in both the residence halls and the wider campus community to enhance the college experience and to create a friendly environment for all residents.
Check out more Residence Hall Resources.
Residence Hall Conduct Board
Within the student conduct process, residents within campus housing have the option to have their case heard by a panel of peers. This panel consists of students from the residence hall community. They are empowered to determine the facts and outcome of the case as well as sanctions as deemed appropriate. If you are a resident student interested in becoming a member of the Residence Hall Conduct Board, please contact Stacey Jaksa at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information. There will be opportunities to join the Board at the start of each quarter
Minimum Requirements for Board Members:
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 (first year students are accepted pending the outcome of Fall quarter grades)
- Reside in an on-campus residence hall
- Maintain full-time status as a student
- Have no prior conduct history, including both academic or non-academic infractions