Applications for the 2020-21 academic year are closed. Please come back in October 2020 for information on applying to the R.A. role for the 2021-22 academic year!
Find information on the R.A. position in the R.A. Job Description
R.A.s serve as catalysts in developing a sense of community on the floor and residential area while working with the concerns of an individual or group of students. The R.A. must have good judgment, strength of character, a strong sense of responsibility, and sensitivity to an understanding the needs of a diverse group of individuals. In addition R.A.s must:
- Have a minimum 2.5 grade point average (GPA), both cumulative and the semester prior to applying.
- Have obtained sophomore status by the start of employment.
- Maintain full time student status while in the position.
- Satisfactorily complete and submit the application by the stated deadlines.
- Complete the selection process as scheduled and/or requested to do so.
- Be in good academic, financial, and conduct standing with the University.
Training is a requirement of the R.A. position. Candidates should consider any academic, extracurricular, or work responsibilities that could hinder attendance and full participation at required training beginning annually in mid-August. Candidates must have the flexibility in their schedule to attend all meetings and commitments of the position.
Financial Aid Considerations
New R.A.s receive a full room grant of approximately $11,030 for the entire academic year. In addition, they receive ;approximately $2,200 to offset the cost of their board plan. All R.A.s also receive approximately $400 ($200/semester) to offset the $700 comprehensive fee charged each semester by the University. Because benefits of the position are allocated in the form of a grant, there are implications in terms of financial aid. If you receive financial aid, this is considered as part of your financial aid package and could affect other sources of aid such as loans, grants, work study, etc. We urge you to contact a financial aid counselor to discuss how an RA position might affect your financial aid package before making the decision to apply.
Loyola University Maryland welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to its educational mission. Loyola is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, seeking applications from underrepresented groups.
Further questions or concerns can be directed to SLjobs@loyola.edu.