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RA Evaluation Materials

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RA Master Application Summary

Please use bullet points for your summary.
Please use bullet points for your summary.

Thanksgiving Break Program Evaluation

Thank you for hosting programming during the Thanksgiving Break supplemented by the Office of International Student Programming and Services. We hope you found the funding useful to carry out your program and appreciate receiving feedback about your event.

Contact Information
(First and Last)
(ex. CC '14, SEAS '15)
Please include both Name and UNI of anyone you worked with
Event Information
(With address if known)
Enter your best estimate of the exact number of attendees who participated in the majority of the program. (If someone stopped by for a few minutes, please do not count this number in your total.) Do not enter a numeric range as we will ask for a specific number when we follow-up.
This should include an itemized list and actual cost of each expenditure so we can determine the true cost of your event versus your initial proposal.

Resident Adviser Recommendation Form


Senior Resident Adviser Application

To apply to be a Senior Resident Adviser you must be a CC or SEAS undergraduate student with gauranteed housing and at least one year of Resident Adviser experience at Columbia University.

Applications are due by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, January 5, 2015

Individual interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis starting December 2, 2014 through January 21, 2015. Decisions will be made and candidates will be notified by 5:00 p.m. on January 23, 2015.

RA, West Campus (2012-2013); RA, Living Learning Center (2011-2012)
Why do you want to be a Senior Resident Adviser next year?
Detail some successes that you achieved this year in building a strong team amongst your current staff.
Please share with us your motivations for wanting to work with Hall Council. How can you, as a Senior RA support them in their success?
Describe a time when you had a miscommunication or disagreement with someone. How did you work to resolve that issue? What did you learn about yourself from this experience?
Detail other time commitments you plan to have while assuming the responsibilities of a SRA next year. Provide the title, organization, and time commitment, and explain how you will manage these activities while you are also serving in the SRAA role.
By submitting this application, I affirm that the facts set forth in it are true and complete. I understand that if I am chosen as a Community Adviser, any false statements, omissions, or other misrepresentations made by me on this application may result in my immediate dismissal.

Resident Adviser Application

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of our Residential Programs staff. The Resident Adviser (RA) position is a premiere student leadership position on the Columbia University campus. We are looking for dedicated student leaders who share our mission to  foster safe and inclusive living and learning environments beyond the classroom to holistically develop responsible global citizens.

The application deadline is as follows: 


Residential Life

Professor Kymissis

Professor Ioannis (John) Kymissis is the Faculty-in-Residence for the Living Learning Center (LLC).  With his wife, Carissa Kymissis and their four children, the Kymissis’s live in Hartley Hall.





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