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The Residence Life & Education Team is comprised of caring, talented, and energetic student and professional staff members who are committed to developing and supporting the population of nearly 2,300 students living in residence.
Community Leaders (CL)
Community Leaders are student-staff members who act as the primary resource for students living in residence. CLs complete an extensive training program including sessions in peer helping, conflict mediation and resolution, crisis intervention, event planning, and more. CLs also work to explain, address, and report the Community Standards.
Community Leaders organize and host programs and events throughout the year. The programs run by our CLs are a great way to connect with other students in your area, reduce your stress and learn something new! To learn more about the Community Leaders in your neighbourhood, click here.
Residence Program Leaders (RPL)
Residence Program Leaders are student-staff who work with the Coordinator, Student Development and Programming to support the overall Residence Life and Education program through planning both neighbourhood and residence-wide programs and events. For example, our open mics, dances, and athletic events are a great way to reduce stress and connect with other students! To learn more about the Residence Program Leaders in your neighbourhood, click here.
Senior Community Leaders (SCL)
Senior Community Leaders are student-staff members who work to support the overall Residence Life and Education program through mentoring and coaching the CL team in all aspects of its role in collaboration with the professional staff. SCLs work to model and uphold the Community Standards as well as work to develop programs and educational opportunities for residents. To learn more about the Senior Community Leader in your neighbourhood, click here.
Residence Life Coordinators (RLC)
Residence Life Coordinators are professional staff members who work to support the overall Residence Life and Education Program. The four RLCs are responsible for developing a positive and respectful living environment that promotes academic success, leadership and civic engagement, personal growth, and inclusion amongst all residents. The RLCs supervise Community Leaders and Senior Community Leaders as well as follow up on residence incidents and community issues. They also work on a variety of special projects designed to enhance the residence life experience.
Coordinator, Residence Education (CRE)
The Coordinator, Residence Education, is responsible for the development and delivery of key residence initiatives which enhance the educational experience for students living in residence. These include working to enhance and transform current themed and interested-based communities in residence, to develop and coordinate Living-Learning Communities, the development of an Academic Resources Centre in residence, and the introduction of Community Service Learning opportunities to provide transformational experiences for students living in residence.
Coordinator, Student Development & Programming (CSDP)
The Coordinator, Student Development and Programming (CSDP) is a professional staff member responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of a diverse range of programs, projects, and activities designed to assist residence students in their academic, personal, and interpersonal growth throughout the year. The CSDP is responsible for coordinating the residence-wide programs; training and advising professional staff in programming; and the direct supervisor of the Residence Program Leaders.
Coordinator, Community Development and Student Leadership (CCDSL)
The Coordinator, Community Development and Student Leadership (CCDSL) is responsible for the consistent, fair, and educational student conduct system within the residence community in addition to providing consultation and resources to the RLC team. This position is also responsible for the coordination and delivery of the annual Fall Training Program as well as ongoing paraprofessional development opportunities for student staff. Lastly, the CCDSL coordinates the assessment and evaluation of our RLE program.
Residence Life & Education Receptionist
The RLE Receptionist monitors our primary email account and phone line, greets students and staff as they enter the office, and connects with other Residence Services departments to best assist the RLE team. If you have RLE related questions or need to book an appointment, please contact our receptionist.
Manager, Residence Life & Education
The Manager, Residence Life and Education is responsible for the strategic development, implementation, management, and assessment of the Residence Life and Education program. The manager supervises the professional Residence Life and Education staff team, oversees the residence education curriculum, and manages the administration of a fair and educational residence judicial system. The manager ensures the development and maintenance of a Residence Life and Education program that supports healthy, safe, and academically focused residence communities.
To better service students, residence is divided into 2 neighbourhoods:
This summer community is comprised of Cluster blocks 51, 52, and 53.
Residence Life Coordinator - Karla Carreras
If you are living in Cluster this summer, your Summer Community Assistants (SCAs) will be:
Emma Bertram – Cluster 52101
I am so excited to be a Summer CA this year! I am entering my 4th year at UVic and hoping to attain my degree in Canadian History. I am originally from North Vancouver, BC. I am looking forward to an amazing summer!
Nicole Goldring – Cluster 52101
Hi, my name is Nicole and I am a Geography and Environmental Studies Major. I have been a Residence Life &Education staff member for the last two years in South Tower and I’m looking forward to a new experience this summer! I enjoy nature, hiking and anything to do with Harry Potter! Looking forward to an awesome summer with everyone!
This summer community is comprised of the Poole building.
Residence Life Coordinator - Sam Bardal
If you are living in Hugh Stephens this summer, your Summer Community Assistants (SCAs) will be:
Lloyd Lin – PL 220
Hi! I’m a science student going into my 4th year here at UVic. I’m in a BioPsy combined major and a Business minor. With my past leadership experiences, I will work hard with my fellow talented colleagues to provide you with a MINDBLOWING experience here at UVic residence. (Buckle up for the wild ride!)
Alex McLeod – PL 420
Hey guys! My name is Alex McLeod and I will be your Summer CA this year. I am Canadian but I was born and raised in Bermuda. I am going into my third year looking to become a teacher. I love playing any sport, watching movies and just hanging out with friends. I am looking forward to this summer and hope you are too!
Residence Life & Education Staff Hiring 2013-2014
We are pleased to announce that we have re-opened our applications for the position of Residence Program Leader (RPL) for the 2013-2014 academic year! We are currently looking for application for Residence Program Leaders in our Sustainability Theme, Academic Engagement Theme, and Cluster communities.
The Residence Program Leader role is dedicated to supporting the overall Residence Life and Education program through the planning, organization, and implementation of fun and educational programs and events throughout residence. For more information on this position, please read the Job Ad and the Job Description.
Employee Reference Form
New Residence Program Leader Application
Supplemental Application for Themed or Interest-Based Communities
Priority will be given to applications received by noon on April 12, 2013 but the posting will remain opened until filled.
All applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions please call Terry Forst, Coordinator, Student Development and Programming at 250-721-8446-4144 or email email@example.com.
Please note that applications for the positions of Community Leader (CL) and Senior Community Leader (SCL) for the 2013-2014 academic year are now closed.
Be sure to check this space and follow us on twitter and facebook for updates regarding the application process or if new opportunities become available. If you have any question please call the Residence Life & Education reception desk at 250-472-4144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .