Meet The Staff

Res Life Staff

Administrative

The Administrative staff of the Residence Life Office supports the mission of the University by planning, designing, and administering housing and residential life programs, policies, and services for all students. They enhance academic achievement, development, and personal growth of our students. In cooperation with other student affairs staff members, the staff shares an awareness of and concern for all aspects of each student's classroom, residential, and co-curricular life, and formulates and interprets policy. The Director of Residence Life manages first-year and upperclass room assignment process, room changes, billing, budgeting, professional staff selection and training.

Residence Coordinators

The Heidelberg University Residence Coordinators have a wide range of responsibility for the residential and housing aspects of Heidelberg's campus. The Residence Coordinators provide guidance, leadership, and supervision to the Resident Assistants (RAs), and they also assist the Office of Student Affairs in coordinating campus events and leadership programs and advising campus organizations.

Residence Coordinators are part of the on-campus residential community, living in apartments located inside residence halls. It is important that they live in the halls so that they can assist students with their transition, help with problems, supervise the RA Staff, walk through the facilities and handle maintenance concerns, interact with students, and serve on the campus-wide emergency on-call rotation system. With the help of RAs, Residence Coordinators also assist in handling roommate conflicts and work to maintain a safe and well-kept environment. Residence Coordinators maintain an office in Campus Center.

Resident Assistants

The office of Residence Life works to help ensure the quality of the student experience at Heidelberg University by providing a comprehensive residence hall program, which blends the social with the academic community to create an educational environment in which all residents are assisted in achieving their unique potential.  Resident Assistants are key components in creating this living and learning environment.  RA's are highly regarded on campus based on their interpersonal skills, diverse abilities, academic achievements, and leadership skills.

Krieg Hall

  • Allison Gales, First Floor
  • George Pendleton, Second Floor
  • Hanna Kohne, Second Floor
  • Garrett Shutler, Third Floor
  • Alexander Chilton, Fourth Floor
  • TBA, Fourth Floor

King East Hall

  • Tyler Hunter, First Floor
  • Addison Hoover, First Floor
  • Kelsey Rossman, Second Floor
  • Demetra Williamson, Second Floor
  • Tyler Stagani, Third Floor
  • Spencer Blevins, Third Floor

Brown Hall

  • Alex Damschroder, First Floor
  • Miranda Kelsey, Second Floor
  • Mikaela Weldy, Second Floor
  • Napoleon Bell, Third Floor
  • Austin Eaton, Third Floor

France Hall

  • Alex Smith, Second Floor
  • Jacquelyn Becker, Third Floor

Miller Hall

  • Nicholas Coolidge, First Floor
  • Kaitlyn Welsandt, Second Floor
  • Cameron Vocke, Third Floor
  • Megan Johns, Fourth Floor
  • Derek Hug, Fifith Floor

Williard Hall

  • Catherine Harris, Second Floor
  • Marina Richley, Third Floor

Talmage Hall

  • Ryan O'Neill, Pod A
  • Catherine Carey, Pod A
  • Sara Ash, Pod B
  • Nicholas Johnson, Pod C
  • Jacob Morello, Pod D
  • Rebecca Leasure, Pod E

Housing Managers

Housing managers provide support and supervision to the apartment complexes.  Reporting to the RC for Themed-Based Housing and Apartments, the housing managers work individually with residents in the apartment complex to handle maintenance concerns, student issues, and other responsibilities within these complexes.  

College Hill Apartments

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Senior Apartments