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New RA Application Process

Resident Assistant Selection – Spring 2014

Welcome to the Resident Assistant Selection website for the University of New Haven! We are glad that you are interested in serving the University of New Haven community as an RA and look forward to getting to know you better through this process. This website will help you will find resources that will guide you through the selection process.  

New Resident Assistant Applicants

Thank you for your interest in applying to be a UNH Resident Assistant! Your enthusiasm and desire to be a member of the Resident Assistant team are two important components of the application process. In order to serve the needs of the UNH residential community and the Office of Residential Life, we are committed to the task of assembling a staff comprised of UNH’s most qualified student leaders. We are seeking highly motivated, innovative and creative students for our team!

We strongly urge you to learn more about the Resident Assistant position as you consider applying for this position. This can be done by carefully reviewing the information on this website or by speaking with current staff members about their personal experience as an RA. We feel it is important that you be given the opportunity to explore all aspects of this position. You can be assured that holding the Resident Assistant position will be one of the most rewarding experiences during your UNH career!

Please remember that the position of a Resident Assistant holds a tremendous amount of responsibility. All facets of the application process will be evaluated for your employability and suitability for this position.

Please visit the links at the left to answer questions about the application process. If after reviewing this information you still have questions about the position and how to apply, please do not hesitate to stop by the Office of Residential Life in Bixler Hall or contact the office at (203) 932-7076 if you have any questions. 

Good luck!

Whitney Marlatt

Area Coordinator, First-Year Living Areas