The fifteen undergraduate resident advisors live on campus in their residential community, where they work to create an environment conducive to the personal growth and development of all residents. Their top priority is to promote healthy, safe, and mature communities in which there is a tolerance for diversity, respect for oneself, others, and the community, as well as a propensity for growth. Interested in becoming a resident advisor? Take a look at what current resident life staff have to say about the experience.