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1. Director of Housing: The Director of Housing is responsible for
Assistant Director of Housing
Graduate Assistants/Resident Directors
Director of Admissions

2. Mission Statement: Hills College’s Department of Residence life strives to provide students with a safe and comfortable living environment, where one can achieve academic, social, and personal growth in community settings. The Department of Residence Life expectations for students align with Hill’s College mission of forming the well-rounded student. 3. The overall mission of Hills College’s Department of Residence life is supported by Chickering’s 7 Vectors of Development and

Chickerering’s 7 Vectors of Development illustrates how students develop in the college setting and how this development can affect him or her emotionally, socially, physically and intellectually in a college environment. The first 3 vectors are usually covered in the first years of college. Residence Life hopes to help guide students through as many vectors as possible. The Vectors are identified as developmental tasks for student’s to experience in order to become a complete individual. The vectors that Residence Life strives to help students accomplish are: * Vector 1: Developing Competence. Intellectual, Physical, and Interpersonal Competence are the 3 main area. Intellectual Competence could be attained with help from residence life by forming study groups or tutors in the hall. Study areas in residence halls is a definite plus. Students can interact and also help one another on subjects they are knowledgeable in. There are many things a residence life staff can do to help students develop their physical and manual skills. Wellness programs in the hall or holding intramural tournaments between halls could be great for developing Physical Competence. Developing Interpersonal competence is continuously seen…...

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