Students who work for University Housing often cite that their college years are more memorable - they have even more opportunity to meet and network with new people, stay involved with what's happening on campus and gain valuable professional experience.
Make a great college experience even better by joining UGA's housing staff. Apply to work as a student staff with University Housing!
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Summer Resident/Guest Assistant
This position lives and works with a group of students in one of nine residentialcommunities.Theprimarypurposeofthepositionistopromote community development, assist in crisis management situations, provide exceptional customer service to University partners and/or enforce university and departmental policies. The position will work up to 20 hours per week. Students in this position who are not enrolled in summer classes or have an internships may work up to an additional 20 hours in a different position within the department or university, but the resident/guest assistant position must be their first priority.
C.L.A.S.S. is the acronym for Continuing the Legacy of African-American Student Success. As a live-in member of the residence hall student staff, the C.L.A.S.S. Advocate (CA) occupies a crucial role in enriching the experience of residents in the community through assistance to African-American students, communication with all staff and students, and participation in continuing efforts to educate and address the needs of all students in the residence hall communities. The primary purpose of the position is to aid in the retention and academic success of African- American students who are residents in University Housing. A secondary goal of the program is to work toward better multicultural understanding among all students on campus. This current position summary may be adapted in the future.
The application for the C.L.A.S.S. Advocate position for the academic year 2020-2021 is closed.
Desk assistants manage the operations of the community desk and serve as the primary customer service representative. They monitor resident entry into the building, verify residency, check out keys, answer the phone, and record incidents in the logbook. Most community desks are open 24 hours, so night shifts may be required.
Office assistants serve as a resource of information for students to help in their adjustment to the university and the community. These student staff members are responsible for assisting the senior secretary in administrative projects in addition to distributing mail and packages for the community.
The Resident Assistant (RA) lives and works with a group of 30 to 75 students in one of nine residential communities. The primary purpose of the position is to promote community development, assist in crisis management situations, and enforce university and departmental policies.
The application for the Resident Assistant position for the academic year 2020-2021 is closed.
Summer Only Positions
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Summer positions are now posted. Please see the posting link on this page under the position descriptions. Priority consideration is given to applications received by Saturday, March 7, 2020.
Painter and Maintenance Assistant
Painters prepare walls, patch holes, and paint the interior and exterior walls and ceilings of residence halls. Maintenance assistants replace ceiling tiles, light covers, light bulbs, air conditioner filters, and perform various other simple maintenance tasks. A driver's license is preferred for maintenance assistants.
If you have any further questions, please speak with any of our CA-RA staff, graduate residents (GRs), residence hall directors (RHDs) or contact:
Senior Coordinator for Staff Development and Student Conduct