Living on campus helps support MBC women as they make connections between their mind, body, and character. Each living area supports this process of personal evolvement by providing student and professional staff that serve as mentors and educators to individuals and the community at large.
RAs are specially selected and trained students leaders who provide the first level of service and support to the living area. These students provide information and resource referrals, conflict mediation, peer counseling, assistance in emergencies, and help to shape the development of the community. They also serve on the CDT (Community Development Team) for their living area. In addition, RAs distribute campus information and plan social and educational programs.
Assistant Community Coordinators
ACCs are upper class students with extensive leadership experience who have been trained to serve as an additional resource to the residents and resident assistants of a particular area of campus. ACCs will be assigned to Woodson, Spencer, and the upper class living areas.
The professional residential community staff is composed of an on-site director and emergency on-call staff. These professionals supervise and train the staff and provide assistance to communities and/or individuals on a case by case basis. In addition, the professional staff provides after-hour emergency on-call services.