Peru State College
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Residence Life Staff
 
Stuckey

Owen Stuckey
Project Coordinator
Office: 402.872.2246
ostuckey@peru.edu


Heath Christiansen

William Chaffin

Fusion & Conferences Coordinator
bchaffin@peru.edu


Heath Christiansen

Jared Olive
Hall Director
Delzell Hall
jolive@peru.edu

 


Heath Christiansen

Jillian Flores
Hall Director
Morgan Hall
jflores@peru.edu

 


Heath Christiansen

Christopher Killin
Hall Director
Centennial Complex
ckillin@peru.edu

 

 

 

Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator is a professional staff position that helps plan, manage, execute, and analyze student events on campus, and supervises and delegates tasks to Work Study students in the Office of Residence Life. In collaboration with the Director of Residence Life, the Project Coordinator manages maintenance and activities based around residence halls, including training of Resident Assistants, allocation of student housing, and acting as judicial officer for Residence Life policy violations. He/she may assist Hall Directors in program creation, and also works with other departments to ensure the academic, social and interpersonal well-being of residential students. The Project Coordinator is the point of contact between vendors and the residence halls.

 

Fusion/Conferences Coordinator

The Fusion/Conferences Coordinator (FCC) has a dual role as a Residence Life staff member. During the academic year, he/she manages the overall administration and operations of the Fusion Program; including the supervision, training, and performance management of student staff (Mentors). As a Coordinator, he/she implements programming, enforces all College policies, regulations and procedures and works closely with a variety of other offices/departments on campus to ensure the academic, social and interpersonal well-being of our first year residential students. Additionally, this person serves as a judicial hearing officer for residence life related policy violations, serves in an on-call emergency capacity, and may assist with other Residence Life operations such as staff selections, training and campus-wide activities. During the summer months, this person coordinates the overall on-campus hosting of summer conferences in conjunction with the Director of Residence Life.

 

Hall Director

The Hall Director (HD) is a staff member of Residence Life that lives in the halls/apartments. The HD is responsible for the overall administration and operations of his/her assigned residence hall. He/she is responsible for the supervision, training, performance, and management of student staff (SRA and RA). As an HD, he/she in conjunction with the hall staff implements programming, enforces all College policies, regulations and procedures and works closely with a variety of other offices/departments on campus to ensure academic, social and interpersonal well-being of residential students. Additionally the HD serves as a judicial hearing officer for Residence Life-related policy violations, serves in an on-call emergency capacity, and may assist with other Residence Life operations such as staff selection, training, and campus-wide activities.

 

Resident Assistants

A Resident Assistant (RA) is an undergraduate student staff member of Residence Life who reports to the Hall Director, and lives in the halls/apartments. The RA serves as a peer advisor to students and residents, and assists the Hall Director with administrative duties. They help encourage an atmosphere promoting educational and personal growth, mutual respect, citizenship, and an appreciation of diversity. RAs are responsible for programming and floor activities, checking students in and out of the Residence Hall, ensuring compliance with housing policies and acting as a resource for residents. RAs have been trained to assist in the creation of positive living environments. Your RA will help keep you up-to-date on campus and housing events and will help facilitate programming to enhance your academic experience outside the classroom.

 

Fusion Mentors

A Fusion Mentor is an undergraduate student staff member of Residence Life who reports to the FCC. The Mentors live in First Year Experience Program halls and serve as peer advisors to students and residents. They help encourage an atmosphere promoting educational and personal growth, mutual respect, citizenship, and an appreciation of diversity. Mentors are responsible for one on one meetings with their Mentees, programming and floor activities, and acting as a resource for residents. Mentors have been trained to assist in the creation of positive living environments. Your Mentor will help keep you up-to-date on campus and housing events and help facilitate programming to enhance academic experiences outside the classroom.