Resident Programming Assistants are successful student residents that want to play a positive role in developing the M State Fergus Falls community of residents. They come from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences and have various career and academic goals.
Residence Life Mentor Program: Mentors are student residents who have demonstrated academic and personal success at the M State, and who desire to instill a sense of confidence and community among their mentees to build a stronger Minnesota State Community and Technical College - Fergus Falls family. Residence Life Mentors are successful students from a variety of backgrounds who serve as role models to new residents by helping them acclimate to Minnesota State Community and Technical College - Fergus Falls through individual interactions as well as small and large group events in the fall and spring semesters. Mentors accomplish their goals by providing supportive environments, nurturing positive relationships, sharing experiences, providing resources for student success, and encouraging involvement across campus.
As a student who lives on campus in student housing, you are a member of the Resident Students Association (RSA). RSA represents and forwards the interests and concerns of the residents of M State Campus Housing. RSA may also sponsor activities, and can have representative positions on committees across campus and the college.
All residential students are encouraged to be an active member of RSA through the monthly General Assembly meetings. RSA General Assembly meets on the 1st Sunday of each month 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM in S436.
Mark your calendar and bring your ideas for programming you'd like to discuss, elevate/bring awareness to issues that concern you, and discover opportunities to make residential life even better as you learn, live, work, and play in campus housing.
Interested in being a student leader for the Resident Housing Association, consider becoming an Advisory/Policy Council Member. Advisory/Policy Council Member Responsibilities
Advisory/Policy Council Member Compensation
Advisory/Policy Council Member Time Commitment
Show apartments allow M State to show prospective residents what living in the residence hall could be like. It is helpful to be able to show an occupied apartment. Therefore, M State Office of Housing and Residential Life offers interested residents in Hillside and Manor the opportunity to earn a housing fee reduction by participating in the Show Apartment program.
All occupants of the unit must agree to abide by the show apartment contract. If all agree, then apply as an apartment for this opportunity to earn some "passive" income.
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