The Resident Assistant (RA) position is a premiere leadership position within the Office of Residence Life. The main function of the RA is to build relationships with residents in an effort to provide individualized support, campus resource information, and academic encouragement. The goal of the RA is to ensure that Marquette feels like home for residential students by building community within their respective wing or floor.
The ideal RA candidate is a current student who has community living experience, a minimum 2.50 GPA, and a desire to make an impact on the lives of his/her peers. Quality candidates will have a commitment to personal integrity, serving members of their peer group, and engaging in personal development.
To learn more, check out the following links about the RA position.
If you have additional questions regarding the RA position, please contact Renee Dowdy, Assistant Director for Student Staffing and Training.
Note that the RA position could have an impact on your financial aid package. We encourage you to contact Marquette Central to discuss your specific aid package by either calling 414.288.4000 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We currently are not hiring any Resident Assistants for this academic year (2015-2016). We encourage you to submit an application for next year.
The Office of Residence Life is currently seeking qualified applicants for the Resident Assistant position for the 2016-2017 academic year. Applicants must have 2 semesters of community living experience, have a minimum 2.50 GPA, and be in good standing with the university.
Interested applicants must attend a Resident Assistant information session to learn more about the position requirements and details about the application process. Attendance at one of the information sessions is required in order for an application to be considered.
Info Sessions hosted in a residence hall are open to ALL students. If you do not live in that hall, simply check in with the Desk Receptionist with your MUID at the time of the session.
Wednesday 11/18 | AMU 163 – 12pm-1pm
Friday 11/20 | AMU 157 – 3pm-4pm
Tuesday 12/1 | Humphrey Hall, Auditorium – 7pm-8pm
Tuesday 12/1 | Straz Tower, 1st Floor MPR – 7pm-8pm
Tuesday 12/1 | Carpenter Tower, TBA – 7pm-8pm
Tuesday 12/1 | Abbottsford Hall, Computer Lab – 7:30pm-8:30pm
Tuesday 12/1 | McCormick Hall, Basement – 8pm-9pm
Tuesday 12/1 | Mashuda Hall, Ballrooms – 9:30pm-10:30pm
Wednesday 12/2 | Cobeen Hall, 2nd Floor Lounge – 7pm-8pm
Thursday 12/3 | O'Donnell Hall, Downstairs Lounge (Man Cave) – 7pm-8pm
Thursday 12/3 | Schroeder Hall, Basement Classroom – 7pm-8pm
Monday 12/7 | AMU 157 – 4pm-5pm
Tuesday 12/8 | Cudahy 001 – 6pm-7pm
Wednesday 12/9 | AMU 157 – 12pm-1pm
Thursday 12/10 | Cudahy 001 – 7:30pm – 8:30pm
One step you can take today is to set up your account on MU Career Manager and update your profile. See Resources for Candidates below for assistance with this process.
Applications and completed reference forms are due by January 19, 2016. Below is information from last year's process.
There are five components to the interview process:
1. Attend a mandatory information session (see above).
2. Submit an application (Due January 19, 2016 by 11:59pm).
3. Attend the optional Meet & Greet to have a chance to meet all of the hall directors and learn more about each residence hall (January 27th, 2016)
4. Participate in an individual interview that you sign up for on MU Career Manager (January 28th OR January 29th, 2016).
5. Attend the Group Process interview that you sign up for on MU Career Manager (February 5th OR February 6th, 2016).
RESOURCES FOR CANDIDATES
Hired, Special Active, and Active Pool RAs for 2016-2017
--This section will be updated in February 2016--
Hired RAs - Verification of Hire
Special Alternate Pool - Special Alternate Pool Intent Form
Alternate Pool - Active Pool Intent Form