The Residence Hall Director (RHD) is responsible for ensuring that student learning, faith development, inclusivity, and self-advocacy are outcomes of the on-campus residential experience. The RHD must have a demonstrated Christian Faith and show a commitment to collaboration with faculty, an appreciation of human diversity, and an enthusiasm for investing in college students. The RHD reports to one of three Assistant Directors for Resident Learning in the office of Campus Living & Learning. Read More...
Serving under the Residence Hall Director, the Assistant Residence Hall Director is responsible for working collaboratively to ensure that student learning, spiritual formation and citizenship development are outcomes of the on-campus residential experience. A commitment to collaboration with faculty, an appreciation of human diversity and a passion for college student learning represent the most highly valued staff characteristics.
The Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) program at Baylor University exists to partner with CL&L to foster and shape the social, cultural, educational, and spiritual life within Baylor's residential communities. As such, Faculty-In-Residence are faculty members who live in designated on-campus residential communities. Faculty-in-Residence work collaboratively with CL&L leadership and residence hall staff to create diverse residential environments that support learning and faith development through relationally driven communities. Read More...
Academic Initiatives and Assessment
The Graduate Apprentice for Academic Initiatives and Assessment assists in the development and implementation of academic initiatives and assessment, focusing on Living-Learning Programs, Faculty-in-Residence and overall departmental assessment within Campus Living & Learning.
Graduate Apprentice Hall Director
A graduate resident hall director for Campus Living & Learning serves in a variety of administrative and programmatic roles in the central office. Responsibilities include residence hall management, marketing, academic and learning initiatives, educational programming, facilities management, and assessment.
For more information on Baylor's Master's Program in Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) and the availability of apprenticeships, please click here to visit the School of Education website.