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RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION STUDENT STAFF


THE ASSISTANT RESIDENCE DIRECTOR (ARD) – The ARD is a graduate student staff member who is responsible for assisting the Residence Director in supervision of the Resident Advisor (RA) staff, and providing community-building and programming opportunities. The ARD lives on campus and can provide emergency response to student incidents outside of normal business hours. The ARD office is located in the University Apartment Communities.


UNIVERSITY MINISTRY RESIDENTIAL RESOURCE


RESIDENCE HALL CHAPLAIN – The Residence Hall Chaplain provides a pastoral presence to students living on campus and connects them to the wide variety of events, programs and service opportunities offered through University Ministry. The Residence Hall Chaplain also works closely with Residential Education staff on the community experience and programming related to the Vincentian mission and values.


Travis Whisler Sanctuary Hall 211B twhisler@depaul.edu 773-325-8997


RESIDENT ADVISORS (RAs) – students, just like you, who live on your floor and have been selected and trained to assist and support you. They help create a community by providing programming opportunities and referral information. They can also help you address roommate conflicts and adjust to college life. To find your RAs room or apartment number, please visit studentaffairs.depaul. edu/resed.


OFFICE ASSISTANTS (OAs) – student staff who assist in the daily office tasks for various Residence Director and central office staff in Residential Education. Each RD has an OA assigned to them.


JUDICIAL OFFICE ASSISTANTS (JOAs) – assist in the processing of paperwork related to the student judicial process, as well as record keeping of student incidents. They work in the central office of Residential Education.


YOUR STAFF


Quang Luu


Munroe Hall 103 qluu@depaul.edu 773-325-7904


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