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Online application goes live October 1, 2016!


On this page, you will find more information about the position and the link to the online application. Reviewing all of the RA Information will help you submit a more professional application and be better prepared for the interview.

RAs are a critical part of our Housing and Residence Life community. They have the opportunity to impact the lives of their residents while gaining valuable leadership skills that transfer to any career. We invite you to consider our Residence Life program as part of your college experience. Browse through the information provided, talk to your current RAs and RDs, and think about how being an RA can make a difference to you, Residence Life, and ETSU.







 RA Application Process and Timeline


1. Submit Application

& Schedule Interviews   


RA applications are submitted online. The application cannot be saved; therefore, you should review the questions and have all needed information before you get started. For example, you will need dates, names, addresses, and contact information for previous employers and supervisors as well as email addresses and phone numbers for your personal references. All questions must be answered in order to submit the application. If a question does not apply to you, put N/A in the answer field. You will be asked to attach a copy of your unofficial transcript available to you from Goldlink. To do this, you will need to save the document as a file on your computer and upload into the application.  Once your application is received, we will begin verifying your information and contacting references. Applicants will be contacted in early January to schedule their individual and group interviews.

2. Attend RA Showcase


All applicants should attend the RA Showcase in Ballroom Right (3rd floor of the Culp University Center) on Thursday, February 2, 7:00 to 8:00pm . At the Showcase, applicants will meet with an RA mentor who will spend some time getting acquainted with her/his group, answering questions, and helping everyone prepare for interviews.


3. Have Individual Interview


Individual interviews will be held on Friday, February 3, in the Culp University Center. This is a 30-minute interview which can be scheduled between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm. This interview will be with a professional staff person, an RD/ARD, and RA.

4. Have Group Interview


Two 4-hour group interviews have been scheduled for Saturday, February 4. One will be held from 8:30am to 12:30pm and another from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Applicants only need to attend one of these group interviews for the full 4 hours.



Applicants will be notified of decisions around March 17.   




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