Sara Kupferer, Director of Student Life: responsible for overseeing all aspects of Residence Life and Student Activities including the supervision of programming, housing and the student conduct system.
Amy Beal, Housing Coordinator: responsible for coordinating the day-to-day housing functions for students including room assignment and management, as well as helping to managing the office by supervising the student workers, and ensuring that visitors are assisted in the best possible way.
Bridget Irelan, Residence Life Coordinator: responsible for the coordination of professional development and staff training, regularly updating the staff manual, and coordinating undergraduate and graduate staff recruitment. In addition, Bridget serves as the Juniper Hall Director.
Cory Amenta, Conduct Coordinator: responsible for addressing and investigating all reported infractions to the Code of Conduct, conducting educational sessions for students, tracking all violations and scheduling hearings as required. Cory also serves as the Spruce Hall director.
Kristen Burkett, Campus Programming Coordinator: coordinates health and wellness programming for the student body, acts as a liaison for Student Clubs and Organizations, and oversees Intramurals at the University. In addition, Kristen serves as the Furness Hall Director.
TBD, New Student Progamming Coordinator: responsible for coordinating New Student Orientation, Families weekend, and for the management of the First Year Experience program. This position also supervises the Orientation Leaders and the Peer Mentors, and is the Pine Hall Director.
Samantha Nemazie, Graduate Assistant: supports Furness Hall Director in management of residence hall and supports OSL through campus programming.
Colin Heininger, Chestnut Hall Director: responsible for daily management of Chestnut Hall. Supports OSL through campus programming.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are undergraduate students that live in the residence halls. They work to create a community that fosters an experience of student learning and engagement for residents. RAs are the first point of contact for residents in seeking assistance and referrals.
Resident Peer Educators (RPEs) are undergraduate students that live in the residence hall and provide tutoring and academic support to students. In addition to scheduling tutoring appointments for their residents and commuters, the RPTs develop academic workshops, interactive programs, and opportunities for learning.