|George Rusczyk||Interim Dean of Students||Ulmer email@example.com||(570) 484-2317|
|Michael Heck||Interim Director of Student & Residence Life||Ulmer firstname.lastname@example.org||(570) 484-2317|
|Tammie Dutton||Administrative Assistant||Ulmer email@example.com||(570) 484-2317|
Residence Hall Directors
Residence Hall Directors (RHD) supervise the residence halls. Trained in counseling or student personnel, these professional staff members live in their respective residential communities helping students with personal, social, and academic concerns. Residence Hall Directors also manage the operations of the residence halls, supervise Resident Assistants and other student staff, advise Hall Council, and act as judicial hearing officers.
|Michael Heck||Interim Director of Student & Residence Life||Campus Village Apartmentsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(570) 484-2270|
|Brenden Graulau||Residence Life Coordinator||Fairview Suites (North Side)||email@example.com||(570) 484-2249|
|Christopher Stanonis||Assistant Director of Student and Residence Life||Fairview Suites (South Side)||firstname.lastname@example.org||(570) 484-2374|
|Karen Stefaniak||Assistant Director of Student and Residence Life||Smith Hall and Woolridge Hallemail@example.com||(570) 484-2377|
The Resident Assistant (RA) position is one of the most important, influential, and rewarding leadership opportunities available to LHU students. RAs are upper-class students trained as peer advisers who live and work in their assigned residence halls. Available to assist you with your personal, interpersonal, and academic needs, RAs foster a sense of belonging and help residents build an inclusive, positive community. RAs also help maintain a secure environment by upholding residence hall policies and the student code of conduct. Most importantly, RAs genuinely care about their residents and have the desire to help students succeed. Please feel free to consult your RA about any concerns or problems.
Residence Hall Desk Receptionists
Desk receptionists are part-time student staff members vital to efficient and effective functioning of the residence halls. They provide excellent customer service at the residence hall front desks by answering questions from students and visitors, signing visitors into the residence halls, checking out recreational equipment, and other duties as assigned. Desk receptionists also play an important role in providing safety and security for students living in the residence halls. If you are interested in working as a Desk Receptionist for a particular residence hall, please contact the Residence Hall Director for that building.
Summer Staff Assistants work during the summer in a variety of roles including: as a Resident Assistant for the summer resident population; as a summer orientation staff member; and as an office assistant as well as assisting with the Haven Cupboard and the housing of Camps and Conferences.
Orientation Staff work with new students during summer orientation helping them acclimate to the University and university life as well as prepare for the start of their college journey.