Through the Residential Curriculum, Graduate Resident Educators help meet the needs of our diverse residential population. They lead the First-Year Residential Experience initiative in each of our first year residence halls.
Graduate Resident Educators have a number of ways in which they build community and promote the academic success of our first-year students. As a first year student, you have the option to meet with a Graduate Resident Educator on a regular basis to receive the guidance and support essential for your academic success. They can help you identify the right people and places on-campus to best support you, and do so through the following ways:
Academic Case Management & Support Services, Graduate Resident Educators:
For more resources regarding Academic Success, Tutoring, Computing Services and strategies for success, visit the Centers for Learning and Academic Support Services website.
General Support Service Provider to Residents,Graduate Resident Educators:
Supervision of Resident Advisor (RA) Programming,Graduate Resident Educators:
Graduate Resident Educators provide a tremendous amount of support for our first-year students.
We encourage you to get to know your Graduate Resident Educators and find out how they can help you learn with purpose!