The student staff involved with Residence Life are essential to Student Life at Austin College. If you are interested in becoming a member of the student staff in Residence Life, please email email@example.com.
There is one Head Resident in Clyce Hall. The Head Resident acts as the primary administrative liaison responsible for ensuring the general welfare and related administrative functions of the residence hall.
Each traditional residence hall (Baker, Caruth, Clyce and Dean) is staffed by a group of Resident Assistants. Resident Assistants are the closest and most vital links between the Student Life Office and residents. The RA is responsible for the development of the community in their area as well as assisting in the personal development of the students in their area.
Meet Our Area Coordinators
My name is Jimmy Wilkins and I am the Area Coordinator for Baker Hall and the Hass Villages on Grand. As an Area Coordinator it brings me joy to assist in building a community based on Pride and Self-advocacy. I assist students in their transition from adolescents into early adulthood, act as a resource to students… [Read More]
Hello! My name is Nichole Sherman and I am the Area Coordinator for the Bryan Apartments, Johnson ‘Roo Suites, and The Flats at Brockett Court. My goal in our community is to help bridge the gap between the classroom, living on campus, and what occurs after graduation. Serving this community of students is the most… [Read More]
My name is Brandy Wooden, and I am the Area Coordinator for Caruth & Clyce Halls. Being an Area Coordinator, I’m awarded the privilege of serving as a significant role in the lives of students. I’m excited and passionate about getting to know my residents and enhancing their undergraduate experience. I graduated from Texas A&M University-Commerce with… [Read More]
In the Jordan Family Language House, Bryan Apartments, Johnson ‘Roo Suites, and the Flats at Brockett Court, Resident Managers are responsible for assisting in the management of an upperclass residence hall community through passive and active programming, in addition to providing administrative support to their building(s). Their main goal is to incorporate an independent living environment within a larger community.