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  • Ram Transition Leader

    Do you have pride for ASU? Do you like to have fun?

    If you answered yes to both of these questions we want YOU to serve as a Ram Transition Leader!

    Ram Round-Up is seeking applications for Ram Transition Leaders for Ram Round-Up 2018. A Transition Leader will serve as a peer mentor to the class of 2022. Serving as a leader will open opportunities to connect with staff and administrators across campus, and enhance your leadership skills. As a Transition Leader you will be a ‘model Ram’ for the incoming students and serve as direct representative of Angelo State University. Transition Leaders will be volunteer leaders that help new students learn the ins and outs of being an Angelo State RAM. Candidates should exhibit leadership skills, have strong customer service skills and the ability to work with a diverse group of students.

     

    Interested applicants must be degree seeking, enrolled at ASU, have a minimum of 2.25 cumulative GPA and be in good judicial standing with the University. Graduate applicants must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. 

     

    What is Ram Round-Up?                                                                        

    Ram Round-Up is a three-day, two-night camp that will provide new students the opportunity to meet their new classmates, experience traditions and further prepare for their first year in college while having a lot of fun in the process. Ram Round-Up is designed to help new students transition into the Angelo State University family. 

     

    As a Transition Leader you will be provided some awesome ASU gear, free room and board for the duration of the camp and transportation to and from the camp facility. 

     

    The deadline to apply is Friday, February 2, 2018!

     

    APPLY HERE

  • Resident Assistant

    Resident Assistants (RAs) are an integral part of Housing & Residential Programs. They are the staff members who have the most direct and constant contact with students. Their primary responsibilities are to help facilitate a sense of community in the residence halls and to enhance the social, educational, spiritual, intellectual, physical, cultural and environmental development of each resident.

    • General Info

      RAs articulate for students the philosophy and policies of Housing & Residential Programs and the university. They represent Housing & Residential Programs and act as role models for students. The six basic roles of an RA are:

      • Community facilitator
      • Referral agent
      • Team member
      • Administrator
      • Educator/events planner
      • University representative
    • Qualifications

      Students applying must meet these criteria:

      • Full time student, available entire academic year
      • Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA
      • Completed application & three references on file
      • Minimum of two semesters living on campus or comparable group living experience preferred.  Need not be a current resident.
      • Be free of disciplinary probation
      • Personal attributes of maturity, honesty, openness, self-reliance, motivation, creativity and enthusiasm
      • Sincere interest in working with college students
      • Appreciation of & interest in different viewpoints, cultures & life styles
      • As a security sensitive position a required criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment
    • Other Requirements
      • RAs are not allowed to be employed in any position outside of Housing & Residential Programs (on or off campus) at the same time they are working as an RA. This is due to the availability requirements inherent with the RA job.
      • RAs are required to begin training three weeks prior to the residence halls opening in the fall. Attendance at training is MANDATORY for all RAs.
      • RAs are required to stay 2 - 5 days after the residence halls close at the end of the semester and academic year to complete required administrative responsibilities.
      • RAs are required to attend regularly scheduled in-service training sessions. The in-service training schedule will be provided during Fall Training.
    • Compensation
      • Monthly stipend: $700
      • RAs enjoy the advantage of a private room at the special RA room rate of $1,250 per semester ($2,500 per year), regardless of which residence hall they are assigned. RA room charges are billed at 50 percent for fall and 50 percent for spring. RAs are subject to existing meal plan requirements.
      • Invaluable leadership skills & life long friendships
      • Opportunities for advancement
    • Resident Assistant Application

      Resident Assistants (RAs) are an integral part of Housing & Residential Programs. They are the staff members who have the most direct and constant contact with students. Their primary responsibilities are to help facilitate a sense of community in the residence halls and to enhance the social, educational, intellectual, physical, cultural and environmental development of each resident.

      Students applying must meet these criteria:

      • Full time student, available entire academic year
      • Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA (regular grade checks will be completed)
      • Completed application & three references on file
      • Minimum of two semesters living on campus or comparable group living experience preferred.  Need not be a current resident.
      • Be free of disciplinary probation
      • Personal attributes of maturity, honesty, openness, self-reliance, motivation, creativity and enthusiasm
      • Sincere interest in working with college students
      • Appreciation of & interest in different viewpoints, cultures & life styles
      • As a security sensitive position a required criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment

       Other Requirements:

      • RAs are not allowed to be employed in any position outside of Housing & Residential Programs (on or off campus) at the same time they are working as an RA. This is due to the availability requirements inherent with the RA job
      • RAs are required to begin training three weeks prior to the residence halls opening in the fall. Attendance at training is MANDATORY for all RAs
      • RAs are required to stay 2 - 5 days after the residence halls close at the end of the semester and academic year to complete required administrative responsibilities
      • RAs are required to attend regularly scheduled in-service training sessions. The in-service training schedule will be provided during Training

      Compensation:

      • Monthly stipend: $700
      • RAs enjoy the advantage of a private room at the special RA room rate of $1,250 per semester ($2,500 per year), regardless of which residence hall they are assigned. RA room charges are billed at 50 percent for fall and 50 percent for spring. RAs are subject to existing meal plan requirements
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    • Resident Assistant Reference Form

      Please fill out the following RA reference form. Your feedback is essential to our Resident Assistant selection process.

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