Wayne State College

Housing Rules and Regulations

Residence Life Staff

The primary purpose of the Residence hall staff is to promote a living-learning atmosphere for students that stimulates their ability to learn about themselves and the world around them while creating a safe and nurturing environment. The staff works throughout the year in providing educational programming and serving as a resource for students to help them succeed within the College environment. Residence Life staff participate in on call duty throughout the year to ensure safety of the community and to help students as needed.

Director of Residence Life: The Director is responsible for the overall administration of all residence hall activities, including the supervision of Assistant Directors, Community Coordinators, Resident Assistants, and hall desk workers.

Assistant Directors: The Assistant Director (AD) has overall responsibility for the administration of one or more residence halls, supervising Hall Coordinators (HCs), Resident Assistants (RAs), hall desk workers and night security staff. The AD is responsible for enforcing College rules and regulations, and supervising the hall desks. The AD is responsible for the general welfare of the students living in the residence life area and has authority to take necessary and appropriate action in working with students and dealing with situations that affect the welfare of hall residents.

Commuunity Coordinators: Community Coordinators (CCs) are undergraduate or graduate staff members responsible for assisting the Assistant Director (AD) in all phases of operation of a residence hall.

Resident Assistants: The Resident Assistants (RAs) are student leaders who work on the floor of a residence hall. They assist with the general supervision of the hall. They are available to students for information and advice and have the responsibility to report violations of College rules and regulations.