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Undergraduate Staff

Join the flock of undergraduate staff members and work where you live. Be an RA, Scholarship Hall Proctor, Food Board Manager, or Desk Assistant.

Student Housing Desk Assistant

Now accepting applications for Night Desk Assistant. Apply online with Job ID: 19263BR.

Duties include answering the telephone, answering questions, checking-out hall equipment, issuing keys, distributing mail, making copies, coordinating hall tours, responding to emergencies, and security and building safety duties. Students who serve during a night-shift (11 p.m. - 7 a.m.) earn a slightly higher salary than day-shift desk assistants.

Resident Assistant

Now accepting applications for Spring semester resident assistant. Apply online with Job ID: 20422BR.

The Resident Assistant (RA) holds an academic year, salaried, live-in position with KU Student Housing. RAs report to an Assistant Complex Director and serve as the primary facilitator of a community of 25-90 residents in a specified area. The RA serves as the primary educator and resource for residents within their assigned community.

Scholarship Hall Proctor

Now accepting applications for Spring semester proctor. Apply online with Job ID: 20425BR.

The Proctor holds an academic year, salaried, live-in position with KU Student Housing. Proctors report to a Scholarship Hall Director and serve as a primary facilitator for about 50 residents in a scholarship hall. The Proctor oversees student work shifts pertaining to hall operations, including general hall order and cleanliness. In conjunction with the Food Board Manager, the Proctor serves as the primary educator and resource for residents within their community.

Food Board Manager

Now accepting applications for Spring semester food board manager. Apply online with Job ID: 20427BR.

The Food Board Manager holds an academic year, salaried, live-in position with KU Student Housing. They report to a Scholarship Hall Director and serve as a primary facilitator for about 50 residents in a scholarship hall. The FBM oversees student work shifts pertaining to the hall kitchen, including food safety, nutrition, and kitchen operations. In conjunction with the Proctor, the FBM serves as the primary educator and resource for residents within their community.​


An RA's Experience

Meet Ramiro and and learn more about why he thinks being an RA is a great opportunity.

Student Staff Experiences

RA Ruby

"I loved living on campus my freshman year and am excited to provide that same sense of community to incoming residents as well." — Ruby, Resident Assistant


Bryce

"I was attracted to the financial benefits, but also searching for connection and community. My co-workers are some of my best friends and strongest connections I have to KU. This is not an easy role. You need to be ready to take on challenges, manage time effectively, and build relationships with others quickly."  — Bryce, Resident Assistant


Maura

"It is challenging as a college student to balance academics, friendships, and every other new experience. I aspire to help others make the transition as seamless as possible." — Maura, Resident Assistant