Office of Residential Living

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3 Main Reasons To Live On Campus:

Community

甘肃快3计划导师Living on campus connects you to the Nicholls community better than any other living option. With many attractions and events on campus like athletic games, crawfish day, and homecoming, living on campus keeps you close to the action. You’ll also have the opportunity to live down the hall from diverse groups of people and people in the same major as you. Student’s on-campus often feel more connected than students who don’t and typically make better grades.

Convenience

甘肃快3计划导师Because you’ll be so close to the classrooms, walking to class is easy and convenient compared to those who have to fight for a parking spot or drive long distances. Our residence halls are also very near to the other important aspects of a student’s life: the cafeteria, the library, the student union, and the campus recreation center. We also make paying for your living option more convenient and you can kiss those monthly payments goodbye.

Security

甘肃快3计划导师Our campus was rated as one of the safest in Louisiana, thanks to our Nicholls State Police department. With experienced officers, top-notch security systems (Colonel Card, cameras, and individual keys), and a desk staff that works most of the day and night, you can feel safe and secure living in our residence halls.

Housing Requirements:

  • All full-time undergraduate students at Nicholls State University are required to live on campus unless they meet certain exemption requirements.
  • A Housing & Food Service Contract is for one full academic year (Fall & Spring), not just one semester.
  • To register for housing or to request an exemption please visit the??and click on “application”, the first question will ask if you want to apply for housing or complete an exemption request.?
  • Make your selection and follow the prompts from there.
  • Applications to live on campus require a $250 deposit (a $50 non-refundable application fee and $200 security deposit).
  • Preference of residence hall will go in the order in which deposits were paid.

甘肃快3计划导师 "Nicholls is a place that you can come to and feel like you are home, even if you are far away from home. Living on campus really helped me come out of my shell."

Student Employment Opportunities

Are you looking for a job that allows you to make new friends, build leadership, administrative, and organizational skills, and be part of a team? If so you may be interested in one of the job opportunities offered through the Office of Residential Living.

Resident Assistant (RA):
If you are interested in applying for an RA position, please email or call our office for even more information.

Each semester we do a search to fill our open positions and the application is sent to all on-campus students.?The Resident Assistant is assigned to a residence hall/apartment and serves as a resource to students while focusing on the customer service experience. He/she provides information about university services and resources, initiates the implementation of educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs that complement the student’s academic program, and seeks to provide an integrated learning experience involving both the classroom and the residence hall. In addition, they assist in the administrative operation of the hall and in the enforcement of university and residence hall regulations. The average time required each week to fulfill these responsibilities is estimated to be twenty hours.甘肃快3计划导师 This estimate is provided as a guideline, and weekly fluctuations are expected to occur.

Job Requirements:

  • A student must live on campus during employment.
  • A student must be enrolled full-time (12+ credit hours) during the semester of employment.
  • A student must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA throughout the semester of employment.

Remuneration & Compensation:

  • A student in this position receives a scholarship for the exact amount of their room fees.
  • A student also receives a stipend for the exact amount of their meal plan fees.

Desk?Assistant:
If you are interested in applying for a DA position, please email or call our office for even more information.

Each semester we do a search to fill our open positions and the application is sent to all on-campus students.?The Desk Assistant is assigned to a residence hall/apartment complex and serves as a resource to students while focusing on the customer service experience. They assist in the administrative operation of the hall and in the enforcement of university and residence hall regulations. In addition, they provide information about university services and resources. The average time required each week to fulfill these responsibilities is estimated to be?twenty hours but is not to exceed 29 hours/week甘肃快3计划导师. This estimate is provided as a guideline, and weekly fluctuations are expected to occur.

Job Requirements:

  • A student must live on campus.
  • A student must be enrolled full-time (12+ credit hours) during the semester of employment.
  • A student must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA throughout the semester of employment.

Remuneration & Compensation:

  • A student in this position receives $7.25 per hour of work and averages 15-20 hours/week.

Student Maintenance Staff:
甘肃快3计划导师If you are interested in working in a student maintenance role, please contact our office for questions and availability information. These students will assist our?operations and maintenance department in doing minor repairs, cleaning, and follow-ups on work orders that have been submitted. These students must live on campus in our residence halls and must be enrolled full time (12+ credits) each semester to be employed by the student employment office.

Summer Conference Staff:
Each year we need assistance running our buildings over the summer as well as cleaning the halls before and after camps or conferences leave. These student staff members are not required to live on campus but must live from a commutable distance. They are also not required to be enrolled full time over the summer.

Staff Contact Information

Alex Coad, M.Ed. –? Director | Office of Residential Living
alex.coad@nicholls.edu
985-493-3304

Paige L. Breaux, BA – Assistant Director for Business Operations | Office of Residential Living
paige.breaux@nicholls.edu
985-448-4479

Liz Folse, M.Ed. – Coordinator for Contracts and Assignments
elizabeth.folse@nicholls.edu
985-448-4479

Jon Stallons, BA –?Area Coordinator
(Ellender, Scholars, Calecas, & Brady Apartment Complex)
jonathan.stallons@nicholls.edu
甘肃快3计划导师985-448-4479

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Ashley West, BA – Area Coordinator
(Family Housing, Zeringue, Millet, & Calecas)
ashley.west@nicholls.edu
甘肃快3计划导师985-448-4479

Caity Thibodeaux –?Administrative Coordinator | Office of Residential Living
caitlin.thibodeaux@nicholls.edu
985-448-4479

Vacant –?Administrative Coordinator | Housing Operations & Maintenance
@nicholls.edu
985-448-4479

Jozie Castillo – Graduate Assistant | Office of Residential Living
(Family Housing Applications & Appointments)
jcastillo1@nicholls.edu
985-448-4479

Mission

The Office of Residential Living at Nicholls State University supports student success by providing dynamic residential communities and co-curricular experiences which are safe, secure, and advance the educational mission of Nicholls State University.

Vision

甘肃快3计划导师To be the preferred housing choice for Nicholls State University students where all residents have a positive living-learning experience.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Office of Residential Living

Office Location:
Office of Residential Living | Brady Complex Clubhouse
Mailing Address:
PO Box 2061
Thibodaux, La 70310
Phone: 985-448-4479
Fax: 985-493-3310
Weekdays | 8:00am – 10:00pm —- Weekends | 10:00am – 10:00pm

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