I've been offered a position to be an RA next...
xoxoalid: Of course, I’m extremely happy about this. However, there are pros and cons to this. I really need Jesus to help me with this. Pros My own Single Room Free Room Paychecks Looks good on my resume I’m gaining an opportunity to be a leader This is very commendable - a position like this I get to make door tags and put candy in everyone’s room like I always wanted to Cons I’ll be...
is it bad that I hate having to put on shorts to...
thekathrynmarie: I’d rather stay in just my t-shirt and panties
SUNY Purchase Robs Me, I Fire Back by Being an...
nothappyproductions: Earlier this month, I received the damages charges from Residence Life for my year spent in the Farside dormitories. They were as follows: HOUSING DAMAGE INVOICE # 46351- PERIOD 3 W/ROOM CODE DAMAGE DESCRIPTION + CHARGE E 209A VAG VANDALISM (OATMEAL PACKAGES LEFT ALL OVER FLOOR) - $16.67 E 209A FMT MATTRESS - $160.00 Total Due: $176.67 Now, the Oatmeal...
Take to College: Want to become an RA? →
taketocollege: Becoming a resident assistant is not easy. Because of the benefits RA’s receive (such as free room and board), a ton of students apply. It’s not uncommon to see 500 students applying for 70 spots. However, if you think you are interested, there are a couple of tips to set yourself apart from the…
knowledgeiscake: I HAVE A COLLEGE ROOMMATE AT LAST AND SHE IS SUPE DUPES NICE! Our whole floor is going to hate us.
Dear followers of mine,
addacidtowater: I know that several of you are college students, and some of you are about to be college students. As an RA, I need ideas. What would you want to see in your residence hall? What are things that your RA has done that were awesome and you’d love to see again? What are you trying to get out of your res. hall experience? Is there anything you wish would have been avoided? Send...
I'm going to be an RA in the fall and when I meet...
Any Resident Assistants out there? I need to...
aquafire: Expectations: Reality:
Dorm RA 'Not Like The Other Dorm RAs,' Says Dorm... →
Be nice to your RA
taketocollege: RA’s (Resident Assistant) are students, often juniors or seniors, that help maintain order in a dorm. They are responsible for organizing events and often help create a sense of community within a residence hall. While most RA’s are friendly, some take pride in reporting students. Learn how to spot the difference and always be on your RA’s good side.
"Once an RA, always an RA..."
swankydee: This is so true.
Smile everytime you can.
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Whatever you do, don’t show weakness. These kids are like vultures. They’ll eat...– Your RAs watch out for each other. (via dearcollegestudents)
So I know I’m banned from the building, but does that mean I’m not allowed to...– Yes it does. (via dearcollegestudents)
MTV Germany ads: 'Sex is no accident. Always use a...
Looks like a genius floor program/bulletin board idea. Let me know if use this and how. anyone? :D
lifeasanra: So, if any of you are new RAs, and have any questions, feel free to ask me. I’m no genius, but for general questions about dealing with residents and program ideas, ask away! Don’t be afraid to submit any ideas yourself, too. (:
Cheap, Healthy College Food: Tips for Frugal,... →
THE GREATEST THING YOU'LL EVER LEARN: when you... →
thegreatestthing: at first your like, yeah, just stack it all over the house and i’ll unpack in the next few days. nbd mom: a week later you’re still sitting on your ass, and mom asks nicely for you to clean: two weeks later, mom is getting pissy and you’re just like mom: a month later, mom freaks…