Resident Assistant (RA)
WOULD YOU LIKE TO...
...be a community builder? ...be a leader?
...be a role model?
...be a resource? ...be a programmer?
...be a listener? ...be an educator?
...BE AN RA?
To apply for the RA position for Fall 2013, you need to submit an APPLICATION and TWO REFERENCES - one faculty/staff and your current RA AND it is helpful to attend one INFORMATION SESSION. The application and references should be completed using your beloit.edu email account. After the application deadline, you will be contacted by someone in Residential Life, to give you more information about the interview process. If you have questions about the application or process, please contact Amber Moreyra at email@example.com.
12/24/2012 Applications Available
1/22/2012 (Tues) Information Session @ 1pm in Mathers
1/23/2012 (Wed) Information Session @ 12:30pm in Weeks
1/28/2012 (Mon) Information Session @ 6pm in Blaisdell Lounge
1/31/2012 (Thurs) Information Session @ 9pm in SC 150
2/4/2013 Applications & References Due
2/9&2/10/2013 Resident Assistant Interview Weekend (mandatory)
Forms (use your beloit.edu email account when completing the forms below)
The 47 Resident Assistants (RAs) live on most floors and in most houses. Primarily, the RAs are a major resource for students living in the halls. They actively engage in developing community, serve as support people, and are the connection between the student body and the administrative staff.
Resident Assistants receive extensive training and work with students in the following areas:
- Peer counseling
- Community building
- Educational and social programming
- Conflict mediation (roommate conflicts, relationship problems)
- Crisis intervention
- Campus resources and referrals
- Policy enforcement / Community norm setting
- RAs serve as liaisons between student affairs and the student body
Head Resident Assistants
Head Resident Assistants (HRAs) are RAs who have previous RA experience, but take on more leadership responsibilities. They have their floors or buildings like any other RA, but work closely with another HRA and a Hall Director in overseeing a complex of RAs. There are three - six HRAs and one or two are assigned to each complex. HRAs have been RAs for at least one semester and are often-times seniors. They lead programs for the RA staff, co-facilitate meetings, and are a peer resource for RAs.
The application process for the HRA positions occurs in the last two months of every spring semester and in the fall semester when there are openings for the spring semester. HRA applicants fill out a slightly different re-application that is tailored for the job.