CAs are live-in student staff who build personal relationships with residents and offer them support by building a sense of community, assisting with roommate conflicts, and addressing general concerns of residents.
Located in every computer center, CCCs offer assistance with software & hardware problems, UMN-TV & printing support and computer center maintenance. CCCs also provide occasional technical support to the hall's business staff.
Dining Services offers a wide variety of positions that foster leadership development, team building, and work ethic. These positions offer flexible hours and provide the opportunity for pay raises and promotions.
These live-in student staff members ensure that summer guests have an exceptional experience during their stay. HSs also manage building information desks and provide tours to prospective residents and family members.
OAs provide customer support at the information desks of all residence halls/apartment complexes by distributing mail, giving tours to prospective residents, and addressing general concerns of residents.
SMs are employees of the University of Minnesota Police Department. They create a sense of security in our buildings by performing nighttime building rounds and observing/reporting any possible criminal activity.
Workers are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of residence halls and apartments. This position fosters responsibility, work ethic, and communication skills, with flexible hours that fit into busy academic schedules.
Workers assist maintenance mechanics with building-wide repairs and respond to work order requests. This position fosters skills in power tool usage, team building, and communication, while also providing flexible hours.