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Residence Life Staff Information







It is our intention that the Residence Halls at Clinton Community College provide a safe, and secure environment, which addresses the academic and personal needs of the individual.  It is important that our program create an environment where students truly appreciate, respect and value the people with which they have the opportunity to live, work, and learn.  Life on campus is meant to be fun, exciting, and challenging! We try to foster a sense of community on campus and students play a central role in creating an environment that values diversity, understanding and respect.


Who lives in the residence halls with the students?
The residence hall complex has resident assistants, Assistant Residence Hall Directors, and a Director of Campus Life living and working in the residence halls. The resident assistants are the core of our housing program and live on the floors with students working to assist in their college experience. The Assistant Residence Hall Directors work as part of the residence life team creating a safe and healthy living/learning environment. The Director of Campus Life is responsible for the supervision, safety, and security of the residence halls.


Why be an RA?

The foundation of our residence hall program is the Resident Assistant (RA) position. RAs are members of a community of student leaders who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of our residential students. RAs assist in making our residence halls a place students call home. If you become an RA, you will be challenged, but also rewarded in many ways.


As an RA you will: work as a commonty developer by assisting and encouraging floor members to develop responsibility, act as a peer counselor and leader in the residence hall community, be an administrator by being on duty and doing rounds in the buildings, be a resource person for students, create both social and educational programs, and be part of an awesome team.


To be considered for a position as an RA, you need to minimally meet the following:

  • Live in the CCC Residence Halls currently (two full semesters prior to assignment preferred).
  • Be an active participant in student activities both in the halls and on campus.
  • Projected to have at least 12 credits by the end of the semester prior to becoming an RA.
  • Be registered as a full time student at Clinton Community College. 
  • Hold and maintain at least a 2.25 cumulative GPA.
  • Be considered a leader by your peers, staff and faculty.