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Student and Campus Live and the Office of Housing and Residential Life are committed to providing a residential experience of the highest quality for each of our residents. Residential Programs provides a safe, inclusive, and purposeful living and learning environment aligned with the university's learning goals to support students holistically.
Paramount to achieving our mission is advocacy for academic inquiry, student development, respect for the individual, and the promotion of just communities. We strive to provide a safe, comfortable, residential experience designed to educate, challenge and develop our students. The department's unique programs create a dynamic work environment, resulting in career growth through valuable professional experiences. Our Residential Programs include: 75 Faculty Fellows programming actively with students and Residence Hall Directors, 8 Cooperative houses, 8 Faculty-in-Residence interacting with a community of students and staff, graduate and professional student housing, 8 Themed Houses, with foci on ethnicity, culture, arts, music, and ecology, award-winning residential governance, a focused First-Year Residential Experience on North Campus, intentionality to the upper-class and transfer student experience in Collegetown, collaborative opportunities with other campus departments outside Residential Programs, and funded professional development opportunities.
The Residence Hall Director (RHD) position for Jerome H. Holland International Living Center (HILC) provides community and program development, administrative management, and support for 144 residents (first-year, transfers, and upper class students). HILC is one of 8 Themed Houses on North Campus and is dedicated to creating a globally conscious community. Originally conceived as a space to matriculate international students into Cornell, HILC has grown to encompass more. The residents are both international and domestic students, from multicultural families, and students with experience and interest in the international community. HILC encourages its residents to be active participants in an internationally focused community by educating others, sharing experiences, and appreciating all cultures represented. HILC strives to be a hub of international life and global engagement on the Cornell Campus. The RHD is responsible for facilitating and supporting faculty-student interaction, student development, and to select, supervise, train and evaluate 5-7 student staff members. The RHD will work collaboratively with a group of Faculty Fellows and various Campus Partners. All candidates must have the ability to work with a diverse student population, be flexible, and exercise good judgment with sound decision-making skills.
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