ASSISTANT HALL DIRECTOR
The Assistant Hall Director (AHD) position is a half-time graduate assistantship within the Division of Student Affairs and
Services and The Department of Residence Life. AHDs serve in the Student Affairs and Services operation of undergraduate
residence halls. Assistant Hall Directors are responsible for providing leadership and assisting staff and students. Departmental
initiatives with students focus on personal well-being, learning; multicultural development; character development and
community responsibility. Additionally, AHD’s assume responsibility for the management of hall operations during duty
In general, the Assistant Hall Director is responsible for supporting the Complex/Resident Director in the planning,
implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive community and student development program for a residence hall of 400 to
1200 undergraduate and/or graduate students. Assistant Hall Directors assume primary responsibility for assisting
undergraduate Mentors increase their skill level in their job functions. Assistant Hall Directors are responsible for staff
supervision & training, student organization advising & group development, student contact & individual student development,
administrative and departmental responsibilities.
Roles & Functions
Supervision & Training
1. Supervise 6-8 Mentors in their floor responsibilities through regular meetings, daily contact, performance
2. Responsible with other Senior Staff for staff training in the areas of personal well-being, student learning,
multicultural development, character development, and community responsibility, community standards, team
3. Advise Mentors in the development, planning & assessment of community programming.
4. Develop & maintain formal/informal contact with Mentors to assist with job/personal concerns.
Student Organization Advising & Group Development
1. Advise h