Residential Life at the University of Connecticut employs over 400 professional and student staff throughout our two units. Our diverse group of staff come from a variety of backgrounds to work together to provide services to the University community.
Residential Life Units
Housing Services staff are responsible for room assignments and room changes throughout the calendar year. They also oversee the housing application process, housing selection, and contract release process. Most of the print and email communication sent throughout the year to students and parents, originates in the Housing Services unit.
Residence Education employs exemplary student and professional staff to provide support to our residents. More Information »
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Hiring a Diverse Staff: Approach to Staff Recruitment, Hiring and Retention
Residential Life is committed to providing an inclusive environment that embraces and values all members who live and work in our residential communities regardless of age, color, ethnicity, gender, sex, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, ability, or socio-economic background.
Residential Life strives to foster a climate where diverse views and experiences are welcomed and respected. We are dedicated to recruiting, hiring, promoting, and retaining a diverse staff who, in turn, deliver programs, services, and co-curricular experiences that enhance guest satisfaction and student success and reflect our values of diversity. It is understood that these efforts support the development of the whole person by fostering an awareness of lifelong learning and promoting the development of skills for effective citizenship in a pluralistic world.
In this spirit, we will strive for a diverse applicant pool through aggressive recruitment efforts. We will maintain a welcoming and supportive learning and working environment. We will also commit to the value of constructive and continuous dialogue that will drive our efforts to learn and develop new interpretations of diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice in order to promote an inclusive environment and a diverse staff.