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Did you want to become a Resident Advisor or an Orientation Leader?

It’s your lucky day then – applications for both positions are going live!

The Resident Advisor Fall Early Decision process is open for Upper Class Students Only. First-Year Students will have the opportunity to apply for the position in the spring.  The application can be downloaded online and it is due Tuesday, 10/20 by 3 p.m. in the Office of Residence Life Central Office (located at 311 Waverly, upstairs at the Health Center).  Please pay attention to the dates and commitments within the application because RA candidates will be required to attend an RA Interview Class (4-classes, two hours each) in addition to a 1-hour individual interview and the required application/letters of recommendation.  Please feel free to reach out to the RD/ARD with any questions.

The application to become an Orientation Leader is also live and accessible online. Upper Class and First-Year students alike are eligible to apply. More information about the application timeline can be found on the Office of First-Year and Transfer Programs web site. Please be aware that students cannot be both an RA and an OL within the same academic year. The applications are due by 4 p.m. on Friday, 10/23 in the Office of First-Year and Transfer Programs (located in the basement of the Health Center).


Two major leadership deadlines looming… (*free trips available*)

NEACURH Regionals

If you’re looking to become a leader on campus or to grow your already budding leadership career, these two deadlines might be important to you…

  • The NEACURH Regional Conference is coming up in November (13-15) at RPI in Troy, N.Y.  The application deadline to become part of the Syracuse delegation is this Thursday at 11:59 p.m. Information about the weekend is available via the conference website or the application itself. Applications (and questions) can be e-mailed to or

Here is the conference promotional video:

  • As previously reported on the BKM Blog, the National Residence Hall Honorary is seeking new members for induction in Fall 2009. The organization is comprised of the top one percent of student leaders on college campuses across the country and you can potentially join them. Applications are due Oct. 5 and can be e-mailed (again, with any questions) to or