Working in University Housing is a uniquely rewarding experience. Our staff members center their work around our students and enhancing the experience they have in our residence halls. Staff members are dedicated to our students and to each other, creating a comprehensive approach to our work. Our professional staff members are afforded many opportunities to grow and develop in their professional and personal lives. Whether teaching a course, presenting a training session, attending conferences or networking with peers on campus, we encourage our staff members to continue learning through the work they do.
Working with Georgia Southern University Housing provides experience that will help you after college through practice of responsibility, confidentiality, and time management, just for a start. Your experience working as a student employee will help you in the future because it indicates to employers that you are responsible, experienced, and capable.
Being a part of Georgia Southern University’s Housing employment team involves many perks as a student. One of the most important benefits includes GS Housing’s observation that you are a student first. This means that as a student employee, you will never be scheduled to work during a time that you have classes or more than 25 hours a week, ensuring that you will have plenty of time to be responsible to your first priority at Georgia Southern, your education. Georgia Southern University offers training sessions that are as interactive and entertaining as they are informative, preparing you for any situation that may arise on the job. Our student employees work closely with students, as well as staff, providing a safe and friendly work environment.
Office Assistants work in the Central Office, Residential Education, and Residential Facilities to assist staff members with answering phones, filing, inter-campus mail delivery, as well as performing office tasks and organization. Office Assistants work during the week during normal business hours. Office Assistants are not required to live on campus, but have the opportunity to develop relationships with the professional staff they work with in their offices.
Summer Conference Staff
Please click here for information on the Summer 2020 Recruitment Process.
Please click here for information on the 2021-2022 Recruitment Process.
Resident Advisors (RA)
The Resident Advisor Process for 2021-2022 Academic Year has begun. You can access details regarding that process HERE.
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Summer Internships (Graduate Student)
University Housing hires up to 6 interns through the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I) Housing Internship Program. Internship sites with University Housing are currently in Residence Education and have included managing a Summer School residence hall or managing the residence hall for the Eagle Success initiative. Interns also work on Residence Education projects such as developing residential curriculum and living learning communities. Of the 6 interns we are recruiting, 4 will be located on the Statesboro campus and 2 will be located on the Armstrong Campus.
Between the Armstrong and Statesboro campuses, University Housing employs 17 graduate students to serve as either Graduate Assistants for Residence Education or Graduate Resident Directors. Preferred candidates are those graduate students accepted to the Master’s of Education in Higher Education Administration program or a related program. The general hiring process can be found below. For specific questions or concerns, please contact
Check out the 2021-2022 Resident Director & Graduate Resident Director recruitment book to learn more about graduate staff.
Our professional staff members are afforded many opportunities to grow and develop in their professional and personal lives. Whether serving on a committee, presenting a training session, attending conferences, or networking with peers on campus; we encourage our staff members to continue learning through the work they do.
Assistant Directors (AD)
Assistant Directors (AD) are responsible for overseeing and coordinating the area to which they are responsible. Each AD is responsible to create, present, and execute plans specific to their area, oversee area specific support members, and coordinate with other University Housing staff members to ensure that the Department is functioning at best, at each level.AD positions include:
- Assistant Director of Residence Education
- Assistant Director for Residential Learning
- Assistant Director of Occupancy and Technology
The Resident Director is a full time, Master’s level professional staff member who lives in the halls and creates a positive and engaging living-learning environment for students. RDs supervise Resident Advisors and Desk Assistants and some supervise Graduate Resident Directors. They also manage the daily operations of the building.
Administrative Support members are the key to our department’s success. These staff members have direct contact with our students and parents through e-mail, phone correspondence and visits to our campus. Daily, these staff members are able to put our motto, “Serving Students First,” into play through these interactions. Additionally, these staff members serve our department through coordination of appointments, supervision of student workers, and other organizational tasks.
Last updated: 4/26/2021