Simply said, a housefellow is a undergraduate residence hall director, a senior selected in the spring of the junior year to serve as a paraprofessional - in other words - a paid student. Housefellows are supervised by the Office of Residential Education and Living.

They report to one of three area coordinators and oversee, in conjunction with their floor governors, the community development of their particular residence hall. They attend weekly meetings, are extensively trained, and work with a large group of other student leaders. Housefellows also have the unique role of supervising the floor governor staff who also reside and work in the house.

Learn more about housefellows and other residence hall leadership positions.