Office of Residence Life
The Office of Residence Life provides a dynamic living and learning environment with social opportunities and educational experiences planned throughout the academic year. Residence halls provide a comfortable and secure environment and serve as centers for community development as well as growth.
DC's well-trained staff – which includes student peers – has a strong commitment to create and maintain a positive atmosphere for all students. You'll quickly get to know your Resident Assistant (RA). RAs are specially-trained student leaders who serve as role models, peer counselors, educators, information providers, and supervisors to the residents of his or her living area. RAs assist residential students in lots of ways – by planning fun and educational activities, suggesting campus resources, and maintaining a safe environment. They serve "on duty" to provide for student needs during evening hours.
DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE LIFE / HALL DIRECTOR – Oversees all Residence Life operations including roommate pairing, housing selection, residence hall discipline, RA selection, RA staff training, and manages evening crisis response and professional duty. One of two live-in full-time professionals who serves as the primary administration and management of the residence halls to ensure residence life activities and programs promote the academic, personal, social, spiritual and physical development of the students. In addition, serves as an additional presence in the halls during the evening hours. Hall Directors serve as primary respondents to crisis and student conduct issues in the halls.
Director of Residence Life / Campus Housing
Whitney, Jacket Suites, & Grand Avenue Hall Director
Room Phone: (419) 783-2601
Phone: (419) 783-2563
Fax: (419) 783-2597
DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES & LEADERSHIP / HALL DIRECTOR – Promotes student involvement through coordinating, marketing, and implementing a broad range of student-centered activities and programs including intramural sports. One of two live-in full-time professionals who serves as the primary administration and management of the residence halls to ensure residence life activities and programs promote the academic, personal, social, spiritual and physical development of the students. In addition, serves as an additional presence in the halls during the evening hours. Hall Directors serve as primary respondents to crisis and student conduct issues in the halls.
Director of Student Activities and Leadership
McReynolds Hall Director
SENIOR RESIDENT ASSISTANT (SRA) – Undergraduate student professionals that assist the Graduate Hall Director with all individual resident needs, duty scheduling and staff development. These staff members also serve in the crisis duty rotation.
Whitney, Jacket Suites, and Grand Avenue SRA
Room: Whitney 116
McReynolds Hall SRA
Room: McReynolds 248
RESIDENT ASSISTANT (RA) – Undergraduate students that serve as a resource to each member of their building and floor by implementing positive relationships and community living standards on the floor.
1st Floor Low: Room 116
1st Floor High: Room 144
2nd Floor Low: Room 216
2nd Floor High: Room 244
1st Floor South Hallway: Room 136
1st Floor East Hallway: Room 157
2nd Floor South Hallway: Room 225
2nd Floor East Hallway: Room 248
3rd Floor South Hallway: Room 325
3rd Floor East Hallway: Room 346
Apartment 101 North Pod
Apartment 112 East Pod
Apartment 121 South Pod
GRAND AVENUE APARTMENTS
Grand Avenue Apartment E