Q: Brian, you are an area coordinator in Residential Life. What housing areas do you oversee on campus?
A: I oversee the Senior Wood Frames, High and Low Rise, and the Washington Street Residence Halls.
Q: What does it mean to be an area coordinator?
A: In general, an area coordinator has an understanding of all that goes on in their residential area and is one bridge between the administration and the needs of the students. This includes the training and supervision of student staff, overseeing the programming that occurs within the area, as well as the adjudication of conduct violations.
Q: You also deal with student judicial issues? Can you cite a general example?
A: It’s different in all of our areas because we deal with different populations of students, but for my area which is generally upperclass students, I see a lot of noise violations and party violations (over 49 people in a house that is not holding a registered party). Occasionally I see students who are being charged with underage drinking as well as other violations of the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.