Working and Living on Campus
Associate Resident Directors (ARD's) receive a tuition waiver for graduate classes, and prerequisite undergraduate classes required for the staff member's Masters Degree.
Tuition waivers are also granted during the summer sessions. Staff members are financially responsible for student fees billed by the university.
ARD's receive a monthly stipend of $950.00 - $1000.00 a month. Click here for a complete break down of the value of the compensation package.
Staff members are provided a diverse professional opportunities including:
- Teaching academic classes
- Advising student groups
- Hall Council, RHA, NRHH, IFC, NPHC, PHC and other RSOs
- Committee work in areas of multiculturalism, employee relations, staff training, and recruitment
- Comprehensive bi-weekly in-service training and development.
Optional Summer Employment
ARD's have the option for summer employment with University Housing & Dining Services working with our Conference Services Program. Eastern's summer camps and conferences program serving over 14,000 guests each summer.
Furnished offices include private phone line, desktop computer and Internet access.
All apartments are fully furnished and include appliances. Please let us know if you require special living accommodations.
Basic & Extended Utilities
Staff members are provided all basic utilities (e.g. water, local telephone, cable, Ethernet, gas, electricity and trash removal) free of charge.
Panther Dining Meal Plan
Staff members are provided with 15 meals per week in the residential dining centers and $140 Dining Dollars per semester (good in all four residential dining centers, Marketplace Convenience Centers, University Food Court, Java B & B Coffee Shop, and the Panther Pantry).