Get to know the people who are committed to making your stay in residence a meaningful experience:
Resident Advisors (RAs)
One of the first people you will meet when you move into residence is your RA. Every community — floor, triad or block of townhouses — has an RA.
An RA is a full-time Mount Royal student whose primary responsibility is to make sure that each and every person in the community has a fantastic residence experience. They are trained to facilitate events and activities to help you meet new people in residence, build a strong community, assist you with your studies — and just show you the ropes. They can be great friends and fantastic resources. Your RA should be the first person you talk to if you have a question, comment or concern.
Residence Activities Council (RAC)
RAC is made up of a group of full-time Mount Royal students who volunteer their time to facilitate large, residence-wide events for everyone living in residence. To learn more about RAC, or how to get involved, please visit the RAC website.
Residence Life Coordinators (RLCs)
Our RLCs are full-time professionals who live on campus. They supervise and manage the day-to-day operations of the residence community and Residence Life Program, including the RAs and RAC. Natasha Rogers is the RLC for the West Residence and Kyle Ross is the RLC for East Residence. The RLCs can be contacted by emailing email@example.com
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