If you are not currently a Villanova student but will be beginning graduate work here in the fall, the following is an outline of the Resident Assistant Selection Process. Graduate students interested in applying to be a Resident Assistant should review the following information carefully. Due to the time-consuming nature of both the RA position and the Law program, first-year Law students are generally discouraged from applying.
Applicants with previous RA experience who are seeking full-time graduate studies at Villanova who wish to be considered for a Graduate Resident Director position, please see our GRD Applicant page. If you have further questions, please contact Sarah Piff at email@example.com.
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.
You can either download, complete and email the application to firstname.lastname@example.org, or print, complete and mail the application to:
Office for Residence Life
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
If you have difficulty downloading the application or have any questions about the form, you can receive assistance in the Office for Residence Life in Kennedy Hall, by calling 610-519-4154, or by emailing email@example.com.
Your 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 be asked to select an interview date and morning or afternoon preference on the application.
View Interview Dates and Times in the Key Dates Calendar.
You must obtain a recommendation from a University faculty or staff member. The recommendation 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 form.