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Do you know a student who would make a great RA?

WSU Housing & Residence Life is recruiting students to be Resident Advisors (RAs) on the Pullman campus for the 2022–23 academic year. RAs live in the residence halls and serve as peer mentors in their communities. We’re looking for student leaders who can help create inclusive communities in the residence halls and be a resource to other students.

In addition to a dining plan and housing in the residence hall they’re assigned to, RAs get valuable work experience and build their resumes for future careers. They can expect to:

  • Work with a team and attend staff meetings
  • Organize programs and events for their residents
  • Help connect students with on-campus resources
  • Enforce community guidelines
  • Make friends and lasting connections of their own

If you know a student who would be a good fit for this position, encourage them to apply at housing.wsu.edu/RA by Dec. 15.

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