A Word from our Associate Vice Chancellor

Welcome to East Carolina University and campus living! As the Associate Vice Chancellor of Campus Living it is my responsibility to oversee all aspects of the students who live on campus, the places where they eat, and the transit system that supports the movement both on and off campus students. With fifteen residence halls housing 5,491 students, twenty-seven different food locations serving almost 140,000 people weekly and a transit system that has over 2 million riders annually….it is a huge responsibility. I am always interested in hearing from students about ways that we can improve their East Carolina University experience and want to hear comments from people about ways that we can improve their daily existence while at ECU. So feel free to send me an email or stop by Jones hall to share your ideas and experiences with me!

William L. McCartney
Associate Vice Chancellor
Campus Living and Dining Services
Suite 100, Jones Hall
252-328-4663

Welcome to Campus Living

“Purple!!” “Gold!!” Welcome to Pirate country! WE are so glad you have decided to join our family. My name is Waz, and I’m the Director of Residence Life. I oversee the residence life programs, staff and services which are here to assist our 5, 941 students with achieving their academic and personal goals. I have the pleasure of working with the RA/GA staff, Neighborhood Office Staff, Conduct office staff, live in professional Residence Hall Coordinators, several administrative associates, and the residence life management team. My position enables me opportunities to meet, work with, and reach students through areas such as: providing academic initiatives, scholarly recognition, training, staff selection, programming, leadership, hall government, working with the Residence Hall Association (RHA), promoting service opportunities, student conduct, teaching a class, and working with our living-learning communities. All of us in Campus Living and Dining are here for YOU! We want to make your collegiate experience one you will remember, filled with new friends, growth experiences, lots of learning, and a fun sense of community. Please enjoy your time with us and let us know how we can help you as well as improve our programs and services for you. I wish you an “adventurous” time with us which, ultimately, will prepare you for your future adventures!

Waz Miller
Director of Residence Life/Asst. Vice Chancellor
Campus Living and Dining Services
Suite 100, Jones Hall
252-328-4663

Welcome to Campus Living

Welcome Pirates! As the Director of Housing Operations I work directly with areas such as room assignments, marketing, technology and safety systems for the housing program at East Carolina. My position also liaisons with housekeeping and facilities service areas of the university, as well as vendors like our laundry and cable contractor to provide a high level of service to our students. I am always interested to hear how we can assist students and improve our services- so please contact me with any questions or concerns.

Aaron Lucier
Director of Housing Operations
Campus Living and Dining Services
Suite 100, Jones Hall
252-328-4663

Welcome to Campus Living

Hi, I’m Janet Johnson, JJ. I have been at ECU for many years. I am the resident historian – and “no”, I was not around when the University was established. I am the Associate Director of Residence Life. My responsibilities include academic initiatives, RA Class and assessment. I truly love “ECU” even though I am not a graduate of this institution. Our students at this institution are really special to me. I love their energy and enthusiasm. I am married to Richard, and we have one daughter, Logan. I enjoy kayaking, sailing, gardening, hiking, reading and watching the Pirates play.

Janet Johnson
Associate Director
Residence Life
Suite 100, Jones Hall
252-328-4663
JOHNSONJAN@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hello! My name is Gretchen Brockmann and I serve our students and staff as the Associate Director for Training, Staffing and Living-Learning Communities. I received a BA degree in History and Psychology as well as my Teaching Certificate from Michigan State University before heading to the University of Florida for graduate school for my Masters degree in Education. I began my professional career at East Carolina University as a Coordinator fifteen years ago and enjoyed my experience at ECU so much I returned after a couple of years at another institution. The students, faculty, and staff here in the Pirate Nation are a joy to work with and I am encouraged on a daily basis by their leadership, dedication and spirit. When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family. Best wishes for a successful year!

Gretchen Brockmann
Associate Director for Training, Staffing, and Living-Learning Communities
Residence Life
Suite 100, Jones Hall
252-328-4663
BROCKMANNG@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

I am Kiya Bolds, the Associate Director for Student Success and Conduct. I was raised in Chicago, Illinois. I received my Bachelor's degree in Human Services with a minor in Business Administration and my Master's Degree in Counselor Education with an emphasis in Higher Education; both from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. I have worked at ECU for 8 years and counting!

I have a true passion for student growth, development and diversity awareness. Outside of work I enjoy music, movies, volunteering, sports and spending time with loved ones. East Carolina University is an AMAZING choice for you! Go Pirates!

Kiya Bolds
252-328-4917
BOLDSK@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hi! My name is Marcus Silver, Assistant Director for Recruitment, Leadership, and Programming. I received my Bachelor of Arts from Florida International University and my Master's Degree at Mississippi State University in Counseling Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs. I previously worked at ECU as a Coordinator and after some time away, I moved back to Greenville, NC. When I am not working, you can find me spending time with my fiance and our dog. I also love spending time with my friends, watching movies, sports, and going to Walt Disney World. ECU is a wonderful place to work with numerous opportunities to grow in the profession.

Marcus Silver
Assistant Director for Recruitment, Leadership, and Programming
Residence Life
Suite 100 Jones Hall
252-328-4663

Welcome to Campus Living

My name is Holly Bowen and I am the Umstead Hall Coordinator Yeah! I am from Quincy, IL, and I received my Bachelor’s of Science in Business Finance from Illinois State University. I also received my Master’s Degree from Illinois State University in College Student Personnel Administration. When I am not working, I love to participate in Cross Fit classes, watch television, and attend sporting events. I always have a smile on my face and I am an easy going person. I hope you enjoyed your summer break and I look forward to meeting you all this fall. Go Pirates!

Holly Bowen
Coordinator
Umstead Hall
252-328-6052
BOWENHOL@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hi! My name is Jonathan Blount and this will be my third year as a Residence Hall Coordinator at East Carolina University. I am originally from Mansfield, Ohio. In 2009, I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership and Supervision at Purdue University and in 2012 I finished my Master of Education degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Wright State University. When I’m not working, I enjoy playing video games, watching movies, playing golf, model rocketry, watching college sports, going on Disney vacations, flea marketing, and spending time with my wife Natalie and our mini husky Rowdy. I am extremely excited to begin the school year and am looking forward to working with all of the students. Go Pirates!!!

Jonathan Blount
Coordinator
Housing Operations
Aycock Residence Hall
252-328-6935
BLOUNTJ@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

HEY HEY everyone! My name is Brian Stutz and I am entering my third year here at ECU. What time is it?? Clement Time!! That's right, I will be the coordinator of Clement Hall and am super excited for this year. I grew up outside of Chicago in Aurora, IL. I received my Bachelor's degree in Vocational Rehabilitation with an emphasis in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, known as the Blue Devils. Following that, I received my Master's in Higher Education Administration from the University of Kansas, Rock Chalk Jayhawk. Currently, I enjoy being part of the Pirate nation, Aaaarrrggghhh! On my free time, I coach volleyball, play noon time basketball at the rec, and enjoy hanging out with friends. I hope you have a great year. PPPPUUUURRRRPPPPLLLLEEEE!

Brian Stutz
Coordinator
Clement Residence Hall
252-328-6689
STUTZB@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hi! My name is Sydney Rager. I am originally from Indiana, but have called North Carolina my home for the last five years. I received my Master's degree at Grand Valley State in College Student Affairs Leadership and my Bachelor's from Indiana University of Psychology. When I am not at work I enjoy cooking, reading, watching crime dramas and hanging out with my husband Mike. I am excited to start another year here at ECU in White Hall! Hope you have a great start to the year! Go Pirates!

Sydney Grammel
Coordinator
White Residence Hall
252-328-6110
srager14@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hello Pirates! My name is Nicole Percival and this is my 3rd year working for Campus Living. I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Grand Valley State University with a concentration in Exercise Science. I moved to Greenville after completing my Master’s degree in Higher Education with a concentration in Student Affairs from Central Michigan University. As a Michigander I enjoy the many lakes of Michigan, beach volleyball, and tailgating! I enjoy working with the students of ECU and being a Pirate.

Nicole Percival
Coordinator
College Hill Suites
252-737-3260
PERCIVALN@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Greetings! My name is Moses Hollis and I am originally from Phoenix, AZ. I am the Garrett Hall Coordinator, which houses the Honors College Living Learning Community, Biology Living Learning Community, and the Chemistry and Physics Living Learning Community. I graduated with my Master's in Public Administration from Arizona State University in 2013 and received my Bachelor's degree from Arizona State University in Political Science in 2010. Some of my passions include basketball (college and professional), performing theatre, writing, and video games. I am excited to start this year and meet all of you!

Moses Hollis
Coordinator
Garrett Residence Hall
252-328-6074
HOLLISM@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Greetings! My name is Michael Rager and I am a fourth-year coordinator at ECU! I am originally from Colorado where I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies from Colorado State University. I also have a Master's in Education from Iowa State University with a concentration in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. I am currently working in Jones Hall as the Coordinator of Residential Development and Conduct. I am also the Chapter Advisor for the Beta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Previously, I worked in Umstead Hall where I collaborated with the Nursing, Engineering, and Education Living-Learning Communities as well as I worked in Garrett Hall with the Honors College and Wellness Living-Learning Community. The Campus Living department is a fun and supportive team and I have enjoyed working with these professionals! When I am not at work, you can find me exploring the city of Greenville, spending time with my wife, playing with Venus, my Miniature Dachshund, and training for triathlons. Go Pirates!

Mike Rager
Coordinator
Residential Development and Conduct
252-328-6119
RAGERM@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hi My name is Ashley Cooper and I am the coordinator for Cotten, Fleming, & Jarvis Halls. I can hardly believe it, but starting my 3rd year here as a coordinator already! I am originally from Clinton, Illinois and I got my Masters Degree in College Student Affairs from Eastern Illinois University. I have a dog named Wrigley after the Chicago Cubs. I love travelling/road-tripping, running/cycling, BASKETBALL, live music and reading while hanging in my hammock. I'm excited to have you as part of the CFJ Family!

Ashley Cooper
Coordinator
Cotten, Fleming, & Jarvis Residence Halls
252-328-2668
COOPERA@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hello!! My name is Chris Howell and I am the Coordinator in Scott Hall! I am originally from Boon, Michigan and got my bachelors degree at Ferris State University in Communication. I received my Masters degree from the University of North Dakota in Educational Leadership. In my free time, I like to go to the gym, spend time with my dog Zoey, play some Frisbee golf, and enjoy painting. Stop by the Scott Hall office and say hello!

Christopher Howell
Coordinator
Scott Residence Hall
252-328-6144
HOWELLC14@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Hello hello! My name is Dana Flick and I am the Fletcher Hall Coordinator! I was born and raised in Corry, Pennsylvania (a small town near Erie, PA). After high school I went on to receive my Bachelor's of Arts in English Literature with a concentration in Secondary Education from Westminster College. I also received my Master's Degree from Kent State University (Ohio) in Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel. When I am not working, I enjoy running, reading, and sketching. I am also a huge outdoor adventures nut! My greatest passions are education and people. I hope you enjoyed your summer and I look forward to meeting you this fall!

Dana Flick
Coordinator
Fletcher Residence Hall
252-328-6101
FLICKD14@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Howdy! My name is Janelle Keller and I am the White Hall Coordinator! I am from Wilmington, NC, and I received my Bachelor's of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at ECU! I also received my Master's Degree from the University of South Florida in College Curriculum and Education. Prior to coming back to my Alma Mater, I worked as an Area Coordinator for 4 years at Columbia College in Columbia, SC. When I am not working, I love to sew, play the guitar, and go on a long run. I love meeting new people and being a listening ear over coffee. I hope you had a GREAT summer and I look forward to seeing you soon!

Janelle Keller
Coordinator
White Residence Hall
252-328-6381
KELLERJ14@ecu.edu

Welcome to Campus Living

Greetings! My name is Jillian Cross and I am the Tyler Hall Coordinator! I am from Milwaukee, WI, and I received my Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. I received my Master's degree in Education with an emphasis in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Iowa State University. When I am not working, I love to spend time with my daughter, watch television, and exercise. I love to laugh and I am easy going. Cheers to a great year!

Jillian Cross
Coordinator
Tyler Residence Hall
252-328-6455
CROSSJI14@ecu.edu

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Meet Our GA and RA Staff 

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Resident Advisor Job Overview


Campus Living seeks qualified candidates to apply for Resident Advisor positions. Every year we have about 60 positions available after spring graduation.



Campus Living requires that all RA candidates have the following:

  • Minimum of a 2.5 semester and cumulative GPA
  • Clear judicial record with Campus Living and the University (this does not mean you can never have been documented, it just means you met with the person you were supposed to and completed any sanctions that may have been distributed)
  • Clear criminal record (no arrests, etc.)
  • Must provide documentation that you have lived in a residence hall (ECU or other university) for at least one full semester

Compensation and Benefits

The compensation and benefits of the position are:

  • Single room based on availability
  • Choice of one of the three Purple Meal Plans (Purple 15 with $450 Pirate Bucks, Purple 40 with $350 Pirate Bucks, or Purple 70 with $250 Pirate Bucks)
  • Monthly stipend
  • Free shirts
  • Develop leadership, facilitation, management and team building skills
  • An AWESOME work environment putting your academics first


Application Process

  • Go to ecu.erezlife.com/one.php
  • Type in your ECU UserID and Password.
  • On the left side of the page, under Application and Info, click on My Job Profile.
  • Fill out My Job Profile. When complete, please click SAVE on the bottom of the page.
  • On the left side of the page, click on Job Postings. Click on RA Application 2014-2015.
  • Click on Apply Now on the top right of the screen.
  • Click on New RA Application in the circle and a green circle with a black check mark will appear.
  • Fill out the New RA Application. When complete, click SAVE, then click on Supporting Docs.
  • Under Supporting Documentation, submit your Resume and References. You will need to submit 3 References. When complete, click on SAVE, and then click on SUBMIT.
  • Under Submit Application, check the "I agree" statement and click on Submit.
Please remember to fill out EVERYTHING on  your application. You will not be able to submit your application without it being complete!  

If you have any questions regarding the application, please contact Marcus Silver at RARST@ecu.edu.

Only those applicants with complete application packets, clear judicial record, and minimum GPAs will be considered for open positions.

 

Selection Process

To be considered for 2014-2015 openings, application packets must be completed by Friday, January 31, 2014.

When you apply for a 2014-2015 RA position, you will receive an email from eRez Life to notify you of your application status. Provided you meet the minimum qualifications (semester and cumulative GPA of 2.5 and acceptable conduct record), you will proceed to the Carousel Process and RA Interview. If you do not receive any notification by February 5, 2014, please contact Marcus Silver at SILVERM@ecu.edu

This event is designed to give us a chance to get to know you, for you to learn more about the responsibilities of being an RA.

Following this event, candidates will have an individual interview with a Campus Living Staff member between February 10-21. 

  • You will receive notification via email on March 21, 2014.

 

Resident Advisor Application Requirements

By submitting my online application, I acknowledge that:

·         I have read the Resident Advisor Job Overview and I understand the Resident Advisor position requires a minimum of 20 hours per week time commitment, the ability to meet weeknight/weekend duty schedules, and the ability to attend RA training before Fall (early August) and Spring (early January) semesters.

·         I do not have a Resident Advisor position at any point in the selection process (interviews, training course, and hirable pool) until I am offered in writing a Resident Advisor Employment Agreement by Campus Living.

·         I understand that if selected for an RA position, I cannot have another job my first semester.

· Campus Living Housing Application Process is separate from the RA Selection Process and I will plan for my own housing needs.

·         All information on this application is accurate.  Any misrepresentation may result in my application being rejected; and/or my name removed from the hirable pool of candidates.



 

Contact Information

Marcus Silver

Assistant Director of Programming, Selection and Leadership

RARST@ecu.edu

 

Ashley Cooper

RA Recruitment and Selection Team Leader

RARST@ecu.edu

 

 

Meet Our Student Staff

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"Our Role in Campus Living"

Student Employment Job Descriptions
All student employment positions with Campus Living require a 2.25 GPA or higher for consideration (2.5 GPA or higher is preferred.) Student employees are hired on a semester basis and must maintain a 2.25 GPA or higher to retain their position with Campus Living. Students must live or have lived on campus and must have a clear judicial record for consideration of employment. The hiring rate for Campus Living jobs is $7.25 an hour. Students are paid twice monthly and direct deposit is available.

Painting Assistant - Painting Assistants work only in the residence halls and are responsible for painting walls, ceilings and fixtures. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required.

Computer Lab Assistant - Computer Lab Assistants assist students in the two Campus Living computer labs located in Aycock and White Halls. Experience with Microsoft Office and experience with both PCs and Macs is preferred. Students are hired to work in each of the three computer labs, not one specific lab. Scheduling is flexible with hours ranging from 8:00 A.M. until 2:00 A.M. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required.

Neighborhood Service Office Staff - Resident Services Representatives are employed at one of two Neighborhood Service Offices located in Todd and West End Dining Halls. Applicants should be able to work some nights, weekends and daytime hours. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and provide excellent hospitality to university residents and guests. Specific job tasks include resident and conference check-ins, withdrawals, room changes, key distribution, safety inspections, showing rooms to perspective students and families, information dissemination and filing. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required.

Office Receptionist - Office Receptionists are employed at the Campus Living Office located in Jones Hall. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and a polite and professional demeanor towards all customers and guests as this is a primary contact position of most guests. Applicants with basic computer skills are preferred. Specific job tasks include operating a multi-line phone system, dissemination of information to customers, assisting professional staff with special projects and other general office duties.

Office Assistant - Office Assistants are employed at the Campus Living Office in Jones Hall and at Coordinator Offices in each residence hall. Applicants should be highly skilled with Microsoft Office and be detail oriented to provide accurate and efficient filing and dissemination of information.

 

 

 

Student Employment Job Descriptions

Campus Living has many types of student positions including the Resident Advisor and Graduate Assistant positions working in each hall. The positions below of the descriptions of staff that work in other areas of the department.

All student employment positions with Campus Living require a 2.25 GPA or higher for consideration (2.5 GPA or higher is preferred.) Student employees are hired on a semester basis and must maintain a 2.25 GPA or higher to retain their position with Campus Living. Students must live or have lived on campus and must have a clear judicial record for consideration of employment. The hiring rate for Campus Living jobs is $7.25 an hour. Students are paid twice monthly and direct deposit is available.

Painting Assistant - Painting Assistants work only in the residence halls and are responsible for painting walls, ceilings and fixtures. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required.

Computer Lab Assistant - Computer Lab Assistants assist students in the two Campus Living computer labs located in Aycock and White Halls. Experience with Microsoft Office and experience with both PCs and Macs is preferred. Students are hired to work in both computer labs, not one specific lab. Scheduling is flexible with hours ranging from 8:00 A.M. until 2:00 A.M. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required.

Neighborhood Service Office Staff - Resident Services Representatives are employed at one of two Neighborhood Service Offices located in Todd and West End Dining Halls. Applicants should be able to work some nights, weekends and daytime hours. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and provide excellent hospitality to university residents and guests. Specific job tasks include resident and conference check-ins, withdrawals, room changes, key distribution, safety inspections, showing rooms to perspective students and families, information dissemination and filing. A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required.

Office Receptionist - Office Receptionists are employed at the Campus Living Office located in Jones Hall. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and a polite and professional demeanor towards all customers and guests as this is a primary contact position of most guests. Applicants with basic computer skills are preferred. Specific job tasks include operating a multi-line phone system, dissemination of information to customers, assisting professional staff with special projects and other general office duties.

Office Assistant - Office Assistants are employed at the Campus Living Office in Jones Hall and at Coordinator Offices in each residence hall. Applicants should be highly skilled with Microsoft Office and be detail oriented to provide accurate and efficient filing and dissemination of information.

How To Apply

It's easy to apply for Student Employment!

Simply download and print the PDF application and return it to Campus Living, Office Suite 100, Jones Hall, ECU, Greenville, NC 27858. Click below to download your application:

Download Student Employment Application

Please select the Resident Advisor link on the left, for information on applying for the RA position.

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must either currently live on campus or previously lived on campus at ECU.

Resident Advisors

Campus Living seeks qualified candidates to apply for Resident Advisor positions. Every year we have about 60 positions available after spring graduation.

Campus Living requires that all RA candidates have the following:
• Minimum of a 2.5 semester and cumulative GPA
• Clear judicial record with Campus Living and the University (this does not mean you can never have been documented, it just means you met with the person you were supposed to and completed any sanctions that may have been distributed)
• Clear criminal record (no arrests, etc.)
• Must provide documentation that you have lived in a residence hall (ECU or other university) for at least one full semester

Compensation and Benefits
The compensation and benefits of the position are:
• Single room based on availability
• Choice of one of the three Purple plans (Purple 15 with $450 Pirate Bucks, Purple 40 with $350 Pirate Bucks, Purple 70 with $250 Pirate Bucks)
• Monthly stipend
• Free shirts
• Develop leadership, facilitation, management and team building skills
• An AWESOME work environment putting your academics first

Application Process
• Go to https://ecu.erezlife.com/one.php
• Type in your ECU UserID and Password
• On the left side of the page, under Application and Info, click on My Job Profile.
• Fill out My Job Profile. When complete, please click SAVE on the bottom.
• On the left side of the page, click on Job Postings. Click on RA Application 2014-2015.
• Click on Apply Now in the top right of the screen.
• Click on New RA Application in the circle and a green circle with a black check mark will appear.
• Fill out the New RA Application. When complete, click SAVE, then click on supporting docs.
• Under Supporting Documentation, submit your Resume and References. You will need to submit 3 References. When complete, click on SAVE, and then click on SUBMIT. Under Submit Application, check the "I agree" statement and click on Submit.

Please remember to fill out EVERYTHING on your application. You will not be able to submit your application without completing everything!

If you have any questions, please contact Marcus Silver at SILVERM@ecu.edu.

Only those applicants with complete application packets, clear judicial record, and minimum GPAs will be considered for open positions.

Selection Process

To be considered for 2014-2015 openings, application packets must be submitted online by Friday, January 31, 2014.

When you apply for a 2014-2015 RA position, you will receive an email from eRez Life to notify you of your application status. Provided you meet the minimum qualifications (semester and cumulative GPA of 2.5 and acceptable conduct record), you will proceed to the Carousel Process and RA Interview. If you do not receive any notification by February 5, 2014, please contact Marcus Silver at SILVERM@ecu.edu.

The carousel event is designed to give us a chance to get to know you, for you to learn more about the responsibilities of being an RA. Following this event, candidates will have an individual interview with a Campus Living Staff member between February 10-21.
• You will receive notification via email on March 21, 2014.

Resident Advisor Application Requirements
By submitting my online application, I acknowledge that:
· I have read the Resident Advisor Job Overview and I understand the Resident Advisor position requires a minimum of 20 hours per week time commitment, the ability to meet weeknight/weekend duty schedules, and the ability to attend RA training before Fall (early August) and Spring (early January) semesters.
· I do not have a Resident Advisor position at any point in the selection process (interviews, training course, and hirable pool) until I am offered in writing a Resident Advisor Employment Agreement by Campus Living.
· I understand that if selected for an RA position, I cannot have another job my first semester.
· Campus Living Housing Application Process is separate from the RA Selection Process and I will plan for my own housing needs.
· All information on this application is accurate.Any misrepresentation may result in my application being rejected; and/or my name removed from the hirable pool of candidates.

Click for Application

Contact Information

Marcus Silver Assistant Director of Programming, Selection and Leadership
SILVERM@ecu.edu.

Ashley Cooper
RA Recruitment and Selection Team Leader
RARST@ecu.edu