There are many ways for you to be involved and enhance your campus experience. Several opportunities are available within Housing and Residence Life:
Each residential community has a council charged with providing community events, advocating for community improvements, and communicating community concerns. Councils help sponsor events as well as purchase house merchandise.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are integral to the operation of our residence halls, and therefore are asked to fill a variety of roles ranging from friend and resource to programmer and peer advisor.
The Graduate Resident (GR) is a key student leadership role within Housing and Residence Life. GRs serve as mentors, advisors, and resource agents for the Resident Assistants and residents within the residential community.
The Julie Anne Levey Memorial Award is presented to an emerging leader in the first year class who has demonstrated a dedication to the first-year residential experience and the Duke community through leadership in co-curricular activities and who demonstrated initiative, creativity, and a clear commitment to making a difference in the lives of his/her peers.