University Housing provides a variety of opportunities to become involved in your community and on campus. Housing Leadership provides opportunities for personal growth and helping to be the voice of students.
USHA communicates the issues and concerns of residence hall living to University Housing and submits proposals and recommendations regarding policies and facility improvements.
USHA promotes, coordinates and facilitates activities in all facets of on-campus living and contributes to the general welfare of all residents in the residence halls.
The group strives to build community in the residence halls and provide on-campus residents with opportunities to enhance their leadership skills, personal growth and social interactions.
NRHH is the only nationwide organization that recognizes residence hall leaders. Membership in local chapters is limited to one percent of our school’s residence hall population, or 15 members, whichever is larger. Being selected into the membership is an honor in which one can take a great amount of pride.
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CAs are carefully selected and trained upper-class students, who are prepared to help with transition issues like homesickness, locating things on campus, roommate issues, and more. They plan events and activities for the floor and help residents get connected with the university and other students. CAs are the person that students report maintenance problems to, and they also confront inappropriate behavior to help the community be an orderly place to live and study. The most important thing to know about CAs is that they are a great resource, ally, mentor, and friend to their residents.
CA Applications open in the early part of Spring semester
This position exists to provide leadership in developing community among the residents living in UCM on-campus apartments. ACAs will develop community by assisting with communication between residents and University Housing, assisting with conflict resolution among neighbors/roommates, facilitating programs during the year, and being available to residents. ACAs also have administrative responsibilities such as responding to emergency situations and assisting residents in reporting maintenance requests.
ACA Applications open mid-Spring semester
Desk Managers are students who have responsibility for scheduling Office Assistants (OAs) at the front desks within the halls to provide customer service and coverages for all desk tasks. Desk Managers train and supervise the Office Assistants on desk operations as well as assist with the hiring of staff. Desk Managers are also responsible for administrative tasks such as hall supply check-out procedures, monitoring the mail sorting and forwarding system, as well as communicating issues to the Residence Hall Director or Apartment Complex Manager.
Desk Manager Applications available in February
OAs are students who work at the front desk of the residence halls, most of which are staffed 24 hours a day. OAs answer questions, distribute mail, and most importantly, monitor safety. They make sure the fire safety equipment is monitored at all time and provide services like selling stamps, making change, checking out equipment, etc.
Want to become an OA? Fill out an application anytime and return it to the University Housing Office in Ellis L23.