Shocker Hall Staff 2015-16
Resident Assistants (RAs) serve as mentors, provide a built-in support system, and enhance the sense of community within the residence halls. RAs also manage incidents and handle some administrative tasks for each building. The RA’s primary goal is to shape an environment that supports academic, social, and personal development through responding to the personal needs of all residents in the community.
The benefits to becoming a RA are limited only by your ambition, but if we have to get specific, check these perks out:
Fairmount Towers Staff 2015-16
Each RA receives compensation in the form of free housing and a meal plan. Additionally, RAs will be allowed to move in to the halls up to three weeks before fall move-in at no additional cost.
The minimum qualifications to be considered for hire as a Resident Assistant include:
Housing and Residence Life
1845 Fairmount St. PO Box 141
Wichita, KS 67260-0141