Storrs Current Student Central

Welcome to Storrs Current Student Central!

Thank you for choosing to #LiveOnAndLearn with UConn Residential Life! Living on campus allows students to form meaningful relationships with each other and connect with other UConn students outside of the classroom. Please click on the "Housing Processes" icon if you would like to learn more about the current housing processes that are underway.


If you click "Housing Options" on the top menu for our website, you will be able to view individual pages for each hall on campus and also see floor plans and virtual tours!


If you have specific questions related to your hall or roommate(s), we strongly encourage you to speak with your Resident Assistant (RA) or your Hall Director(s)! These staff are available to assist students and want to help you have a great experience on campus!


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Student Employment Opportunities in ResLife

Resident Assistant

Resident Assistants (RAs) are peer educators who facilitate the personal, interpersonal, and intellectual growth of students. The RA plays a key role in developing an inclusive living community that fosters diverse learning. More information related to being an RA and the application process can be found on the Resident Assistant (RA) Information page.

Please contact Nancy Abohatab ( regarding specific questions for this role.

The application for the 2019-2020 academic year closed on December 1, 2018 and all candidates must have attended a mandatory information session as part of their candidacy.

Student Office Worker

Student staff members play a pivotal role in our department and are a vital resource for many members of the campus community. We have a number of student staff during the year, including office assistants, game room monitors, and study hall monitors.

Office Assistant Job Description
Student Employment Supervisor Assistant Job Description
Game Room Monitor Job Description
Study Hall Monitor Job Description

Please contact Alisa Geller ( regarding specific questions for these roles.

We will begin accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Student Worker positions on JobEx  in February 2019.


One Summer Staff

One Summer is a team of Residential Life staff who work with summer housing and conferences from May to August. There are two positions in this team: One Summer Assistants (OSAs) and One Summer Supervisors (OSS).

One Summer Assistant Position

The One Summer Assistant (OSA) is a student position that is employed from May to August. OSA's provide daily service to summer school residents and conference guests through preparations for arrival and continued day-to-day desk operations. The OSA's main duties are to prepare and organize various elements of housing for summer school residents and conference groups as well as provide quality customer service.

One Summer Assistant Position Description


One Summer Supervisor Position

The One Summer Supervisor (OSS) is a student position that is employed from May to August. The OSS directs housing preparations and daily operations for specific conference groups and summer residents. The OSS provides leadership and supervision to the One Summer Assistants to ensure that a high level of customer service is maintained.

One Summer Supervisor Position Description


Please contact Vincent Walker ( regarding specific questions for these roles.

Applications opened for these positions for Summer 2019 on November 12 on JobEx.

Social Media/Marketing Specialist

The Residential Life Social Media/Marketing Specialist will create content for social media accounts, coordinate marketing initiatives and design/disseminate flyers, advertisements, infographics, and other informational media in addition to continue building the Residential Life brand.

2018-2019 Residential Life Social Media/Marketing Specialist Job Description

Please contact Eileen McNamara ( regarding specific questions for this role.

We will begin accepting applications for a new Social Media/Marketing Specialist position on JobEx in February 2019 to start in the Spring 2019 semester.


Residence Hall Association

Get involved with your residential community by joining Residence Hall Association (RHA)!


The main goal of the Residence Hall Association is to serve, advocate, and program for students who #LiveOnAndLearn at UConn and help on-campus residents have the best experience possible while living in the halls, suites, and apartments.


RHA hosts events such as UConnapalooza and also hosted the NEACURH (North East Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls) Conference for over 50 different institutions during the Fall 2017 semester.


Interested in more information? Visit the Residence Hall Association webpage for more information on their organization and for contact information!

Residence Hall Association (RHA)


ResLife Student Ambassadors

Residential Life Student Ambassadors are a group of current UConn residents who are here to help you get a better feel for living on campus.

If you are wondering what it's like...

  • To go through the room change process...
  • Work out a roommate conflict...
  • Live in a learning community...
  • Attend UConn as a transfer student...
  • Live on campus as a campus change student...
  • Apply to be an RA...

...we have students ready and excited to share their experiences and answer your questions! You can view each Ambassador's bio and some topics that they are open to discussing.

Are you interested in being an Ambassador? Contact and staff will update you on how to join this fun and exciting group!

Interested in more information? Visit the ResLife Ambassadors webpage for more details and for contact information!

ResLife Ambassador Program

Parent and Family Information

Parent/Family Information

We encourage Parents and Families to visit our Parent/Family Information page for specific resources and information related to supporting your student.

We appreciate the partnership between parents and University staff members to help every student learn and grow while at college, but the majority of processes and conversations in Residential Life need to be done directly with the student so that your student understands policies and can ask questions if they need clarification.


We encourage students to submit their own appointment requests or to submit their own questions and application answers to our office so that your student can fully experience living on campus at UConn.



Looking to discuss student information with the Department of Residential Life?

Per FERPA regulations, students need to provide explicit consent to allow this communication to occur. More information can be found on the University’s “Share My Information” page.