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RA Selection

 
Resident Assistants are undergraduate students who have undergone a rigorous selection and training process. They live in the Warren Residential Complex and work with residents to develop a sense of community, facilitate open and sensitive communication among apartment/suite mates, and organize social, educational, recreational, campus resource as well as social justice activities. RAs are involved with many college and campus-wide activities and are great sources of information. They also are responsible for reminding residents to abide by the policies and regulations while residing in the residential complex.  Be sure to read through all the information on this website before applying.
The application process for the 2017-2018 academic year is open from Monday November 21 at 1:00PM - Tuesday January 17 at 1:00PM. All candidates can apply at: https://hdh.ucsd.edu/ssoStudent/RAHAApply (Please note this is case sensitive).
All positions: New RA applicants, Returning RA applicants, Community Coordinator applicants, Community Development Intern applicants, Programming Intern applicants all apply using this link. 

Resident Assistant Application

If you have never been a RA before at UC San Diego, you will fill out the RA Application.  The online application is the same for all seven areas.  Each area you apply to will have supplemental questions in addition to the common questions.  Make sure you fill out those supplemental questions for each area you apply.  Failure to do will result in an incomplete application and will not be eligible to continue.

Applications will be available starting: Monday, November 21 at 1:00PM.

Applications are due: Tuesday, January 17 at 1:00PM.  Late applications will not be accepted. 

Three non-mandatory information sessions will be held at the Student Activity Center:

Monday, November 21 at 3:00PM

Monday, November 28 at 7:00PM

Monday, January 9 at 7:00PM

Job Description 

Candidate Timeline 

If you have any questions regarding the application and/or process, you can contact the Warren Residential Life Office at (858) 534-4581 or by email: warrenreslife@ucsd.edu.

Returning Resident Assistants (RA)

If you have been a RA somewhere at UC San Diego during an academic year, you will fill out the Returning RA Application.

If you were a summer school RA or a RA for a summer program only, you will fill out the RA Application (not the Returning RA Application).


 Candidate Timeline 

If you have any questions regarding the application and/or process, you can contact the Warren Residential Life Office at (858) 534-4581 or by email:  warrenreslife@ucsd.edu.

Community Coordinators (CC)

Community Coordinators (CC) work closely with the Assistant Directors of Residence Life and Resident Assistants to assist in creating community throughout the Warren Residential Complex. Community Coordinators assist in the work direction of 8-10 Resident Assistants, mentor Resident Assistants in community programming, roommate mediation, and assist in disciplinary confrontations. Community Coordinators must have prior experience as an RA (Warren preferred).

CC Job Description 

Community Development Intern (CDI)

The Warren Community Development Intern (CDI) works closely with the Assistant Directors of Residence Life as well as the Resident Assistants to assist in building community throughout the Warren Residential Complex.  The primary role is specifically towards CleRHCs, Warren College’s Residential Hall Council. The CDI is the CleRHCs Chair and assists with the development of student leaders within this organization. The CDI also serves as a paraprofessional staff member. 

To apply you must have been a Resident Assistant or an active CleRHC’s (or other res council) member.

Compensation: You will receive room and board for the academic as you will be serving as a Residential Life Paraprofessional staff member.

CDI Job Description 

Programming Intern

The Warren Residential Life, Programming Intern (PI) works closely with the Assistant Directors of Residence Life as well as the Resident Assistants to assist in building community throughout the Warren Residential Complex. The primary role is specifically towards SAC Programming with secondary responsibilities towards WAVE, Warren Association of Volunteer Enthusiasts.  The Programming Intern is the WAVE Chair and assists with the development of student leaders within this organization. The Programming Intern also serves as a paraprofessional staff member.

It is preferred (although not required) that you have been a Resident Assistant or SAC Programmer or have programming experience.

Compensation: You will receive room and board for the academic as you will be serving as a Residential Life Paraprofessional staff member.

PI Job Description 

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