Resident Assistants signing students into dorms.

Resident Assistants are your lifeline to the University.

Resident Assistants are upper class student staff members that are knowledgeable of campus resources and offerings. RAs help students meet new people, get involved, identify resources on campus, focus on their studies and have fun.

The Resident Assistant position is considered one of the top leadership positions at Mount St. Joseph University. Current students are welcome to apply for the position. Information about applying is sent out every January. For more information, contact the Office of Residence Life at 513-244-4304.

2015 - 2016 Resident Assistant Staff

Leandra McCrary
2nd Floor Center
Major: Early Childhood Education
Why I live on campus: I live on campus because I am able to engage and build relationships with a variety of people and have access to all of the resources that are available to all those living on campus.

Amanda Schrand
3rd Floor Center
Major: Early Childhood Education
Why I live on campus: I like living on campus because it is convenient, I can be independent and I feel like I am part of a community.

Peter "PJ" Rideout
4th Floor Center
Major: Sport Management
Why I live on campus: I love the feeling that everyone around you is going through similar tasks and situations you are. Everyone grows together and develops off each other's knowledge and support for one another.

Mary Bowman
5th Floor Center
Major: Nursing
Why I live on campus: I like living on campus because it gives me the opportunity to live independently and to grow as a student and a leader while surrounding me with a community of support.

Kayla Lacey
6th Floor Center
Major: Nursing
Why I live on campus: I love living on campus because it is convenient, close to my friends and allows me to focus my time towards schoolwork.

Zach Dickman
2nd Floor West, Health and Natural Science Living Learning Community
Major: Biology
Why I live on campus: I enjoy living on campus at MSJU because of its convenience to all the resources on campus, the learning environment it provides and the friends and people you meet.

Brady Eagan
3rd Floor West, Community Service Living Area
Major: Business Administration
Why I live on campus: I choose to live on campus and could not imagine college any other way. The community, living accommodations and conveniences are what I like about living at the Mount.

Michael Huber
4th Floor West
Major: Athletic Training
Why I live on campus: Living on campus allows for a more productive year in all of my endeavors here at the Mount.

Lindsey Potzick
5th Floor West
Major: English
Why I live on campus: I live on campus because the unfamiliarity and independence provides you with an incredible opportunity to grow as a person.

Kevin Polking
3rd Floor Southeast, Fraternity Living
Major: Chemistry
Why I live on campus: I live on campus because it provides me great opportunities to spend time with my classmates and teammates while also allowing me to focus on my schoolwork.

Cheyenne Tobler
4th Floor Southeast, Emerging Leaders Living Learning Community
Major: Athletic Training
Why I live on campus: I love living on campus because I always have an amazing support system literally right around the corner.

John Copella
Senior Resident Assistant
Major: Accounting
Why I live on campus: I like living on campus because it is convenient. I feel a part of a tight knit community and it allows me to live independently.