Living in a residence hall is a new experience to many students. It can be valuable as well as enjoyable. Learning to live in a group situation requires cooperation, consideration and compromise. The mission of Residential Education is to enhance students’ academic experience through the provision of a broad spectrum of services from a holistic approach. We encourage investment and involvement in a campus community that embraces diversity, promotes academic success and fosters personal growth all the while having fun.
About the Office of Residential Education and Commuter Life
The Office of Residential Education and Commuter Life strives to support the needs of both residential and commuter students on campus. The Office oversees UMM’s two residence hall on campus, Sennett and Dorward Hall, where students who select to live on campus, live for the duration of the academic year. Please explore the amenities and services the residence halls offer!
Residential Education Staff
The Residential Education staff includes a Director, Assistant Director and a team of Community Advisors (CAs). The Director and Assistant Director are full-time professional staff members who live in the residence halls and have the primary responsibility of overseeing the community within the halls and their day-to-day operations. The CAs are paraprofessional staff members who are assigned a specific floor and have the responsibility of being a resource for their residents and ensuring a vibrant and safe community within the residence halls.
The Office of Residential Education and Commuter Life
Location: 2nd Floor Powers Hall