Residence Life is comprised of two types of staff: Resident Assistants and professional
staff. Each hall has a Resident Assistant (RA) who, like you, is a student. It is
their responsibility to build relationships, provide information to residents, plan
activities and see that hall regulations are upheld. There are always at least two
RA's on duty on campus. RAs act on behalf of the College and are therefore College
Officials when acting in their RA role. RAs have jurisdiction over the Campus; however
not in Greek Housing facilities.
Full time professionals in the Office of Residence Life and Housing, supervise the
RA's and are responsible for the total operation of the residence hall community.
This includes supervising staff, advising and counseling students and groups, coordinating
hall programs and administering College policies. Professional staff members live
on or near campus. There is always a professional staff member on call and available
24 hours a day.
Director of Residence Life & Housing & Judicial Affairs
Rodney is originally from Hot Springs, Arkansas. He received a Bachelor of Science
in Education and also a Masters in Secondary Administration at the University of
Arkansas. Rodney came to Randolph-Macon College in February 2005. His favorite book
is Good to Great by Jim Collins. Rodney’s favorite R-MC memory is attending
graduation every year.
Associate Director of Residence Life & Housing
Christina grew up in Ft. Worth, Texas. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political
Science and her Masters in Public Administration at the University of North Texas.
Christina came to R-MC in the fall of 2005 in Student Activities and joined the
Residence Life and Housing Staff in the summer of 2006. Her favorite book is Lord
of the Flies. Her favorite R-MC memory is the January Term trip to El Salvador
in 2012, in which the group built with Habitat for Humanity and learned about Human
Rights and Poverty.
Coordinator of Housing and Judicial Affairs
Carol was born and raised in the area. She graduated from Patrick Henry High School
and attended J Sargeant Reynolds Community College. She also received Presidential
Honors from The American Institute of Banking and was a Bank Officer for 18 years
with Signet Banking Corporation. She is currently the Vice President of CJT &
Sons, Incorporated. Carol started her career with R-MC in 1998. Her favorite book
is 90 minutes in Heaven by Don Piper. Carol’s favorite R-MC memory is seeing
the proud parents at graduation each year.
Special Assistant of Residence Life and Housing
Wade is from Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor of Arts in International
Relations from Randolph-Macon College in 2006. Wade began working at R-MC in January
2008. His favorite book is The Hunger by Whitley Streiber. Wade's favorite
memories of R-MC have been from him creating the recycling program in the halls.