There are a number of employment opportunities available for students in the Department
of Housing and Residential Life. These positions offer flexible hours, convenient
on-campus work locations and the opportunity to be part of the Housing and Residential
Life team. Employment opportunities include positions as resident assistants, desk
assistants, computer lab assistants, and student maintenance workers. If you are interested
in any of the positions, applications are available in the Housing and Residential
Life office located in Keathley University Center, Room 303.
Resident Directors (RDs) at Middle Tennessee State University are an essential component of the Housing
and Residential Life Program. RDs are MTSU students (preferably graduate students)
that are selected on the basis of the following criteria : (1) previous residence
hall experience (2) academic achievement (3) leadership skills (4) interpersonal effectiveness
and (5) the ability to serve as a positive role model for residential students.
RD Application (PDF)
Resident Assistants are selected on the basis of leadership experience, residence in a hall, scholarship, and the desire to help others. RAs are paid a stipend and receive a private room at the rate of a regular room. Requirements: 24 or more completed credit hours; a 2.5 minimum GPA; positive conduct review. Resident Assistants must be students at MTSU. *
Learning Community Advisors are selected on the basis of high academic leadership, residence in a hall, and the desire to help other students succeed scholastically. LCAs are paid a stipend and receive a private room at the rate of a regular room. Requirements: 24 or more completed credit hours; a 3.5 minimum GPA; positive conduct review. Learning Community Advisors must be students at MTSU.
Desk Assistants receive and report maintenance requests, oversee resident visitation, check out equipment and supplies, receive deliveries, and supply students, parents and others with information about the campus and residence halls. Desk assistants must be students at MTSU.
Residential Computer Technician assist with networking residents' computers to the campus network. Students with basic computer and networking skills are encouraged to apply for these positions. ResNet Technicians must be MTSU students.
Student Maintenance Workers assist with the maintenance and repair of the residence halls. Students who have skills in plumbing, electrical work and general maintenance are encouraged to apply for these positions. Those who are not experienced in these skills but are willing to learn are also encouraged to apply. Student maintenance workers must be students at MTSU.