Residence hall staff are an integral part of our residence communities. While their roles vary widely, each residence hall staff member is committed to ensuring that students' time in residence is as fun, safe, productive and memorable as it can be.
Residence halls have live-in Hall Residence Life Managers, Floor Fellows/Dons and Residence Life Facilitators. The MORE residences have a live-out Director and MORE Fellows.
The Residence Life Managers (RLMs) have strong professional connections to McGill's academic community. Together with the Floor Fellows/Dons, they provide invaluable guidance and oversee and coordinate academic and social aspects of life in the residence halls.
Floor Fellows and Dons are all upper year McGill students who get to know residents on an individual basis. They provide support, information, and referrals on a range of topics and strive to create a relaxed environment for students, making everyone feel at home. Like Floor Fellows and Dons, the MORE Fellows' primary tasks are to help new students adjust to life at McGill and plan social activities.
Residence Life Facilitators are live-out upper year student leaders who work individually and as a team to plan welcome activities for new students, support residence student councils, and facilitate year-long activities.
Read on to learn more about the roles of the different types of residence hall staff, or to apply for one of these exciting positions!