Apply to be a Proctor
Who are Proctors and what do they do?
The position of a University Proctor is both an honor and a great responsibility. Proctors are student staff members who work under the supervision of the Assistant Dean of Students, the Assistant Directors of Residential Life, and the Head Proctors to create civil and respectful residential environments that enhance student academic experiences. Proctors promote educational and social programs in their dorms, enforce dorm policies and regulations, oversee the Assistant Proctors, and serve as leaders throughout the campus community. Students are eligible for the position of Proctor in their junior and senior years.
Who is eligible to apply?
- Members of the class of 2014 and 2015 who are full-time students in good academic standing.
- Students who have a grade point average of at least 2.25 for the preceding two semesters.
- At the time of appointment, students must be in good standing for conduct and maintain a good conduct record throughout the duration of the appointment period.
- At this time, we are searching for a male Proctor for Trezevant Hall
What's in it for me?
- Excellent opportunities to develop leadership and organizational skills.
- Proctors will receive full room remission for the 2013-2014 academic year.
- Second year proctors will receive an additional $250 stipend per semester.
- Gownsmen status at the University.
- Guaranteed single room.
- Exemption from bicycle and vehicle registration fees.
How does the selection process work?
Students interested in a Proctor position should submit:
- Online Proctor Application
- Resume (For help with your resume please call the Office of Career Services at ext. 1121)
- A cover letter (no more than one single-spaced page)
- Three references (details on the application page)
Upon receipt of a complete application, applicants will be contacted to schedule an individual interview. All application materials must be received by 8:00pm on Sunday, March 24, 2013.
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