The University of Georgia is a land-grant and sea grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities to higher education. Located approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, it is also the state’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education. Its motto, “to teach, to serve, and to inquire into the nature of things,” reflects the University’s integral and unique role in the conservation and enhancement of the state’s and nation’s intellectual, cultural and environmental heritage.
University Housing is a part of the Division of Student Affairs. In addition to housing, other departments and units in the division include: Academic Partnerships and Initiatives; Center for Leadership and Service, Disability Resource Center, Greek Life Office, International Student Life, LGBT Resource Center, Multicultural Services and Programs, Office of Student Conduct, Recreational Sports, Student Affairs Assessment and Staff Development; Student Affairs Communications and Marketing Initiatives, Student Affairs Development, Student Affairs for Extended Campuses, Student Support Services, Student Veterans Resource Center, Tate Business Services, Tate Student Center, University Health Center and University Testing Services. This dynamic division’s mission is to enhance the learning environment for students at the University of Georgia.
This is an entry-level, live-in position, the primary function of which is to assist in the management of a residential community housing approximately 775 residents. Special emphasis is given in first-year communities to coordinating programmatic and academic initiatives, advising student groups and supervising desk assistants, resident assistants, and C.L.A.S.S. Advocates. For a more complete position description contact email@example.com
University Housing’s mission is to provide comfortable, affordable and secure on campus housing options in residential communities where the academic success and personal growth of residents are encouraged and supported. Housing offers a variety of living environments, including 580 apartments for families and graduate students. More than seven thousand single students are housed in 22 residence... halls. The single students’ halls are administratively grouped into eight communities. The majority of these communities houses approximately 1,000 residents each. Housing is developing and strengthening collaborative efforts with academic colleagues to enrich the living-learning environment.