Residence hall staff exist to assist students in every way possible.
Each hall includes a rector, a highly trained professional called to be, all at once, a pastor, administrator, community builder, and University resource to his or her residents. Rectors are priests, brothers, sisters, and lay people with varied backgrounds who share life with students.
Assistant rectors (graduate or professional students), live-in faculty, and in-residence priests, many of whom are also on faculty at the University, supply additional layers of pastoral care and assist in the formation of each student.
Senior undergraduates serve as resident assistants, providing mature role models and servant leaders dedicated to giving back to a community that shaped them.