Is your student a natural leader? Do they enjoy socializing with others, being part of a team and helping out? Working for the Residential Education department is an amazing opportunity for your student to grow as an individual while engaging with their community. The House Model at Carnegie Mellon University is built around close-knit communities, … Continue reading Being a Community Advisor: A Major Leadership Opportunity
Check out the 12 tips from Housing Services to get you prepared for move-in day and the exciting year ahead!
Get to know Michelle Mirabella, housefellow for Boss and McGill at Carnegie Mellon University
Katie Schneider is the coordinator of Greek leadership development and housefellow at Carnegie Mellon University. In her role, she is responsible for leadership programs within the Greek community and advising the Greek councils. She is also housefellow and advisor to the following organizations: Alpha Kappa Delta Phi Delta Xi Phi Lambda Phi Epsilon Omega Phi … Continue reading Getting to Know Katie Schneider
So, you're thinking about being a CA? Learn more about what it's like to be a CA at Carnegie Mellon University from Erik Pintar, a current CA in Mudge House.
As the Associate Director of Greek Life and Housefellow at Carnegie Mellon University, Jesse Koch works directly with Greek organizations, programs, and partners, with the goal of improving the Greek experience for all members. Let's learn more about him!
A sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering and physics with a penchant for performing arts, DaVonne Henry (pictured above left of center) is also an RA for Scobell 2. We asked him to share his thoughts and perspectives on his RA experience, and DaVonne provides us with a great insider look on what the RA journey means to him. His honest and personal reflections on the experience may inspire you to pursue this important and rewarding role in residence life at Carnegie Mellon University.
Erin Sipple is a sophomore at Carnegie Mellon University majoring in neurobiology and Hispanic studies. She's also an RA in Fairfax Apartments. Here, she explains what being an RA means to her, discusses things she was nervous about before applying to become an RA, and shares the many ways that being an RA is personally rewarding to her.
David Chickering is the Housefellow for Doherty Apartments
Marketing assistant for Carnegie Mellon Student Affairs Operations, Catherine Kildunne is a sophomore linguistics major. She's involved in Greek life as a member of Tri Delta, is part of Scotch'n'Soda Theatre, and writes for The Cut, Carnegie Mellon's music magazine. She lived in Stever as a first-year student, currently lives in the Tri Delta sorority house, and chooses The Underground as her favorite place to eat on campus. Read more about Catherine!