Hey ladies. You all should have gotten an email last week sometime about filling out an online eval of your RA, me 🙂 . Please take the time to fill this out in the next few days. It does not take long. Your answers are confidential, so feel free to be honest. I always look for thing to improve on. If you have any problems with it, let RD Melissa know.
Its never too early to start thinking about making a professional resume. And in this day and age everything is done online. Linkedin is a great website to look for jobs and internships in your career area of interest. You can also make an online profile and post your resume and work experience information.
The best way to get lots of views, is to make your profile as professional looking as possible. If you have never used Linkedin before, follow these great tips to get started.
Hey Ladies. The 4 day April break is coming up fast. Here’s what you need to know before you go.
The halls will “close” at 6pm on Thursday the 13th, and will “open” at 5pm onSunday the 16th. If you are planning on staying on campus for part or all of break, you must sign up on the Residence Life page. During break, there will be limited staff on campus, so they need to know how many people are in the buildings for safety purposes.
Monday there are no classes, and the halls desk hours will resume as normal.
When you leave, you do not have to turn of fridges. But rember to turn off light and alarm clocks, close windows, and take out your trash.
If your have any questions, just let me know.
Hey everyone. Welcome crew sign up sheets will be at the front desk next week. Welcome crew is that great group of students who help residents movie in at the beginning of the year. It’s a great way to welcome people, especially new freshmen, to campus.
There are other great benefits too. You get to move in and settle into campus a few days early. You can avoid the crowds on normal move in days. Meet and help new people. And get a free t-shirt. Also your meals will be covered for those extra days.
Also, don’t worry if you are not planning to live in Wilgus next year. You can still sign up and help out at your new hall.
Feel free to stop by and ask any questions.
Hello Ladies. I am trying to help campus get the word out about this great new program, Pioneer Provisions. This campus resource allows students who are funinacially unable to buy food for themselves everyday, to have access to essential food staples. It had its first open day this last Tuesday and we hope it becomes a helpful resource to students. It will be open every Tuesday from 3-7pm at the west entrance of Glenview Commons. If you or your friends are experiencing problems with food this is open to you. And it is confidential as well.
Hello everyone. One of Wilgus’ biggest events is coming up next weekend March 3-5. Women’s Weekend is a multiple day event with several different programs happening each day. This event was created to be a celebration of women. We have presentations about important women’s issues, and events for Wilgus residents, their friends, and family members. We hope to encourage socialization, and personal reflection with this event. Below is a list of all the events that will be happening over the weekend:
Friday, March 3rd:
5:30pm. Dinner at bridgeway
9:00pm. Wilgus hall lock-in
Saturday, March 4th:
1:00pm. Relaxation and makeup/nail polish event
6:00pm. Paint and punch event
Sunday, March 5th:
11:00am. Brunch and special speaker
I encourage you all to attend as many events as you can. We also encourage you to invite family and friends, even male family members and friends. Lets a all have some fun and celebrate the start of National Women’s Month with a bang!