Housing & Residential Life (Housing), a self-funded auxiliary housed within Campus Life at the University of Arizona, operates 23 dorms and 1 graduate apartment complex that house over 7,800 students annually on the University of Arizona Main Campus. More than 80% of on-campus residents are first-year students. Our dorms range in style from historic to modern and range in size from 60 to 1000 residents. While the University does not require students to live on campus, more than 70% of all incoming first-year students choose to live in UA housing to help their transition to university life.
Our Mission: Helping Students Build a Foundation for Success
Our Core Values:
• Excellence -Excellence is performing at an extraordinary level and exceeding expectations
• Respect - Respect is treating others courteously and professionally in all situations; valuing and honoring diversity in others; being honest, direct, and courteous in all communications and loyal to all, including those not present
• Integrity - Integrity is doing the right thing, being honest with oneself and others, being authentic, and being transparent in intent
• Caring - Caring is being welcoming, kind, compassionate, and willing to help others; showing concern for a person’s needs; listening more and talking less
Be part of our exceptional student staff and receive hands-on experience, while working in a fun, diverse, inclusive and safe environment. We strive to coach, teach, and mentor all of our students to become successful in and outside the classroom. Studies prove that students with campus jobs tend to perform better in school and have a higher potential for finding employment after graduation.
In Housing & Residential Life, we know that students' first priority is to learn. We understand the stress of midterms and final exams. We not only teach student employees leadership and time management, but we are also very flexible when it comes to working around your class and exam schedule.
We prefer Work Study- Federal Work Study is accepted in Housing & Residential Life. The Federal Work Study Program provides opportunity to full-time students seeking part-time positions. Students must complete the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need for the respective year to receive Federal Work Study. See if you qualify at: www.fafsa.ed.gov