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Welcome to Residential Life...at Radford University!

                 "So come on, why not join the cast??? Here is what current RA's have to say..."

"The residents are an essential part of why this job for me is fun.  Supervisors are essential to how I have developed and their support, commitment, and sometime comical actions have provided a work environment that is both exciting and easy to work in."

Garrette Bullock, Jefferson Hall
Third Year RA

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

"My favorite part of being a Resident Assistant is the interaction with the residents. This opportunity has helped me learn that nothing of value comes cheap. Although, the task gets intense sometimes, I value every bit of all the various experiences I gain from it."

King Amponsem, Floyd Hall
First Year RA

"I wish I'd have applied to be an RA after my freshman year instead of waiting until my senior year. It has developed my sense of RU pride that could have never been achieved otherwise. It has expanded my social contacts on campus and allowed me to meet so many new people! I love being an RA; it makes me a happy person. End of story."

Katherine Dubyk, Trinkle Hall
First Year RA
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"Being an RA is like nothing I have ever experienced before. I have become more responsible, better with time management, and more prepared for my future. I have also grown as a leader and role model. I love being able to interact with so many people and have a chance to make a difference in someone life. Being an RA is a great opportunity to grow as a person. There is only so much one can learn inside of the classroom. I would recommend this opportunity to anyone."

"Jennifer Carafa, Muse 6 – 9
First Year RA

"As an R.A., you have the ability to help others by doing the simple things you do on a daily basis. Whether it is answering questions, lending an ear, being a friend, or even a simple hello with a smile, you have the ability to make a difference in people’s college experience. The whole experience is so gratifying and opens your eyes to people who are completely different than you. Not only is it a great college experience but it really helps you with lifelong skills and the ability to work with others. Being an R.A. teaches you with lessons that you couldn't learn in a classroom and honestly makes you a better person."

Amber Smith, Washington Hall
First Year RA

 

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