RAs are a community of student leaders dedicated to influencing the EU community and making a difference in the lives of residential students. Being an RA is both challenging and rewarding and will grant you unique opportunities to make an impact.
Benefits of becoming an RA
In addition to dynamic training in conflict resolution, crisis management, leadership development, and peer counseling, the experience of being a leader among peers in the hall is the most rewarding aspect of the position. RAs will also receive a dedicated scholarship designed to serve as a waiver of room charges.
Eligibility to become an RA
RAs at Eastern University are sophomores, juniors, and seniors who demonstrate exceptional interpersonal, organizational, and decision-making skills. To receive full consideration for the position, applicants must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be in good disciplinary standing.
Key Dates- 2022
RA Interest Meetings:
January 20th- 7pm
January 21st- 12pm
January 24th- 9pm
January 26th- 4pm
RA Applications Due: February 4th
RA Recommendation Letter Due: February 10th
Group Interviews: February 11th and February 12th
Individual Interviews: February 17th or 18th
Decision Letters Sent: March 14th
Deadlines for Candidate to Accept: March 18th
Placement Letters Sent: March 30th