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- Fairview House
- Residential College
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- Butler Terrace Apartments
- CTS Apartments
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Residence Life Staff
Residence Life is responsible for promoting and maintaining an environment where students are free to develop academically and socially. Developing a sense of personal and communal responsibility and respecting the rights of others is also an important part of this program. Residence Life staff members oversee the management of Butler’s residence halls and apartment-style options. These staff members are committed to promoting student development through educational and social programs.
Residence Life Coordinators manage and supervise the three residence halls and apartment areas. Specific responsibilities include supervising Resident Assistants (RAs) and Staff Assistants (SAs), or Apartment Community Assistants (ACAs), advising hall governments, providing programming, assisting students with individual problems or concerns, and serving as judicial officers. Each Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) lives in the building and has an office in the building. Your RLC is an invaluable resource during your stay in the residence halls. Contact your RLC by email or stop by the front office of the residence hall to set up an appointment to meet with the RLC.
- Katie Coats—Ross Hall
- Joey Calvillo—Residential College (ResCo)
- Jill Jungemann—Fairview House
Assistant Residence Life Coordinators (ARLCs) are graduate students currently enrolled in the Indiana University Higher Education Student Affairs program. While they complete their degrees at Indiana University, the ARLCs will be doing an externship at Butler. The ARLC will assist in the daily management and supervision of their assigned residence hall. ARLCs will complete tasks including, but not limited to, supervision of Resident Assistants, serving as a Conduct Review Officer, advising the Hall Government for their assigned hall, and any other duties as assigned.
- Julian Batts—Ross Hall
- Cassie Govert—Residential College (ResCo)
- Sophie Stewart—Fairview House
- Alfred Garcia—Apartment Village, Butler Terrace, CTS Apartments, and University Terrace
Stu is a full time staff member who works with the Associate Director on housing operations projects such as new and returning student housing assignments, marketing for Residence Life, and updating the department website. In addition, he works with the Director of Residence Life to develop, execute, and maintain the Themed Living Communities in the residence halls.
Sherry is responsible for assisting the Director and Associate Director of Residence Life as well as the Residence Life Coordinators. She supports all administrative functions including correspondence, judicial files, students staying for University breaks, and the room selection process.
Chris assists the Director and Associate Director of Residence Life in the daily operations of the residence halls and apartment areas. Chris' responsibilities include keeping accurate occupancy reports and records, student billing, and other assignment matters.
RAs are Butler students who are available to help you while you are living in the residence hall. One RA lives on each unit. They plan programs and activities, assist in developing a respectful community, serve as a resource for your concerns, and enforce hall policies.
ACAs are upper division students who have previous experience and live in the Apartment Village, Butler Terrace, University Terrace, and CTS Apartments to assist the residents. They also work with the RLC in performing administrative tasks, managing the front office, planning programs, and are an invaluable resource for residents. ACAs can help residents access helpful resources around campus and problem-solve personal or academic issues.
Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) are fulltime Butler faculty members who live in an apartment within the Residential College, Ross Hall and Fairview House. These faculty are individuals who are committed to students and the learning experience that takes place outside of the classroom. They plan social, educational, cultural, and academically related programming for students living in Themed Living Communities.
The FIRs usually work with an advisory group of students to determine what events are planned for the term. Activities have included: attending cultural events, sporting events, and ethnic festivals; excursions to Chicago; participating in fun runs; cooking ethnic food; and a variety of programs within the hall.
Residential College Faculty-in-Residence
John Esteb—Department of Chemistry
Antwain Hunter—College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Duane Leatherman—Department of Math
Erin Garriott—College of Education
Ross Hall Faculty-in-Residence
Mark Rademacher—College of Communication
Fairview House Faculty-in-Residence
Catherine Pangan—College of Education
Ryan Flessner—College of Education
Residence hall and apartment offices are open everyday and are staffed by student workers who provide services and respond to emergencies. Your office is a center of activity within your community. A desk attendant in the office will help you with services such as equipment checkout, mail delivery, and lockouts. Check the front office for specific hours for each hall (Note: University Terrace's front office is open limited hours every day, all apartment residents are welcome to use the Dawghouse front desk in the Apartment Village).
Ross Hall: 317-940-9335
Fairview House: 317-940-8618
University Terrace: 317-940-6800
Apartment Village: 317-940-6024
Residence Life: 317-940-9458