Residence life staff
Each hall has a hall director and each floor has one or two student resident advisors. The staff members are employees of the university who live in the residence halls and are responsible for maintaining safety procedures, supporting the objectives of the university, and implementing programs of the student life division where friendships are formed and personal growth is encouraged. On each hall page your will find a listing of staff for each building.
Director of residence life:
Caleb believes the residential experience is about more than simply a place to sleep, but a place where relationships are formed and learning takes place that compliments what is being taught in the classroom. Caleb has his masters in higher education and student development from Taylor University and worked at Taylor, Palm Beach Atlantic and Baylor universities. His professional interests include leadership development, living learning communities and models of residential living.
Caleb is married, he enjoys engaging and discussing culture, especially music. He writes about independent musicians regularly for a literary art journal as well as is the editor of the Association of Christians in Student Development’s Ideas Culture area. Other hobbies include brewing kombucha, strategy board games and playing racquetball.
Eli Weikart is the Hirschy Complex hall director and graduate intern for student life. He is a first year graduate student in the college student personnel program at Bowling Green State University. He grew up near the Youngstown, Ohio, area and attended Kent State University where he was involved in Greek life and received his bachelors of science in early childhood education. Following college, Eli worked as a substitute teacher and middle school tutor. His professional interests are teaching and leadership development. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, watching football, cooking, skiing and playing the guitar.
Contact Amy at email@example.com or call (419) 358-3385
Amy, a native of Elida, Ohio, is in her first year as a graduate student in the mental health counseling program at Wright State University. She graduated from Calvin College, where she served as a resident assistant and residence life intern, with a bachelor's degree in psychology . Since graduating, Amy has worked at a non-profit organization serving youth in New Jersey, coached cross country and worked as a case manager at Family Resource Center in Findlay. Amy is currently the hall director for Ropp Hall and works as a graduate assistant in the Learning Resource Center. During her down time, Amy enjoys sewing, baking, reading, playing board games and Frisbee.