We strongly encourage all students interested in applying for a Residence Staff position to attend one of the three information sessions being held. View the Key Dates Calendar for dates, times and locations.
In order to fully understand the responsibilities associated with the RA position, we strongly encourage you to carefully read all information on this site especially the Resident Assistant job description. We also recommend that you talk with your RA to learn more about the position before applying.
You can access the RA Application online in NOVASIS. Complete the application and select your interview time. If you have difficulty applying online, you can receive assistance in the Office for Residence Life in Kennedy Hall, by calling 610-519-4154, or by emailing email@example.com. All applications must be submitted online. View the Key Dates Calendar for deadlines.
The RA interview will last approximately 2 hours in either a morning or afternoon session. The interview consists of both an individual interview and a group process activity with other RA candidates. You will select your interview date and morning/afternoon preference on the application form.
Your exact arrival time within that session will be emailed to you no later than 2 days prior to your interview. Arrival times for the morning session will vary from 8:30-11:30 am; arrival times for the afternoon session will vary from 1:00-4:00 pm
View Interview Dates and Times in the Key Dates Calendar.
Please send a one-page resume, highlighting your college activities, leadership, and work experience, to firstname.lastname@example.org by the application deadline.
You must obtain a reference from a University faculty or staff member. The reference form can be found below. Please forward the document to the faculty or staff member who will be providing your reference. Further instructions can be found in the document. If you are not currently a Villanova University student, please ask a faculty or staff member at your current institution to complete the reference form.
Note: Your current RA/HRA/GRD should not write letters of recommendation. Your RA will have an opportunity to recommend you at a later date.