Director of Residence Life & Off-Campus Housing
The Director of Residence Life & Off-Campus Housing oversees all aspects of housing for both undergraduate and graduate students. The Director is ultimately responsible for the supervision of all residence life staff and works within the Office of Student Affairs on the overall vision of MICA's residence life program.
Scott Stone, Director of Residence Life & Student Conduct
Scott's Office is located on the 2nd floor of Latrobe in Founders Green. He can be reached at 410-225-2398 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Residential Coordinators of Residence Life & Off-Campus Housing are live-in professional full time staff members with a Master's Degree who works as a member of the Student Affairs team to oversee all functions of on-campus housing in the residence halls. Additionally, the professional staff and the Graduate Assistant share duty rotation to respond to emergency and crisis situations.
Kathryn Evans, Residential Coordinator for Upperclassmen and Graduate Communities
Kathryn manages The Gateway, Meyerhoff and the Mount Royal Apartments. Contact Kathryn at 410-225-5278 or email@example.com
Sharnelle Henry, Residential Coordinator for Founders Green and Special Interest Communities
Sharnelle manages Carter Hall, Spear Hall, Leake Hall and Glace Hall. Contact Sharnelle at 410-462-7598 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Housing Operations Manager
The Housing Operations Manager is responsible for maintaining effective communication within the department and with students, coordinating the assignments process, customer service, various administrative duties, supervising work-studies, updating the housing rosters, billing, etc.
Annie Kwon, Housing Operations Manager
Annie can be reached at 410-225-2398 or email@example.com.
Note: All payments and refunds are processed by the Student Accounts Office.
A Residential Advisor (RA) is a member of the Office of Residence Life and a MICA student, who works and lives in campus housing. The RA shares the responsibility for implementing the basic goals of the Office of Residence Life by promoting individual and community development through educational and social programs. The RA role consists of several components including being a campus resource to residents, a peer counselor, a community builder, and assisting with both College and Residential Life policy enforcement.
Desk Assistants are responsible for managing the day to day front desk operations, including, packages, mail and customer service. They are a valuable resource for students seven days a week. Desk Assistants are also helpful to visitors and staff.