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Staff

The Residence Life Office

The Residence Life Office serves as the central office for the entire residence hall system. Here, students, as well as professional staff, work to ensure that your living environment is not only comfortable and satisfying, but also a real part of students' total educational experience. The offices for the Director of Residence Life and Assistant Directors are located in the Residence Life Office.

Director of Residence Life - Kim Hinds-Brush

kmhindsbrush@frostburg.edu

 

Assistant Director of Residence Life for Facilities and Operations - Katie Buehner

ksbuehner@frostburg.edu


Assistant Director of Residence Life for Residential Education - Katie Weir

keweir@frostburg.edu


Program Management Specialist - Ashton Dewitt

amdewitt@frostburg.edu


Administrative Assistant - Tammy Ringler

tlringler@frostburg.edu


Resident Directors
Every residence hall has a live-in Resident Director who advise and work as liaisons between the residents, the RAs, and the Assistant Directors. These staff members are responsible for aiding in the writing of work orders, incident reports, and other duties as assigned. They also advise the Hall Councils in the building to which they are assigned, as well as assist and support the hall programs and activities. Resident Directors supervise a staff of RAs in their assigned building. Additionally, graduate and professional Resident Directors serve as hearing officers for administrative and panel hearings.

Brownsville Resident Director - Burt Isaacs arisaacs@frostburg.edu 301-687-4113

Westminster and Cumberland Resident Director - Laz Sye ljsye@frostburg.edu 301-687-3885


Resident Assistants
Resident Assistants (RAs) are the smiling faces of the Residence Life Office who live and work in our residence halls. They are undergraduate students who live in the residence halls to aid the residents in their adjustment to university life. The RAs are responsible for informing residents of the various rules and regulations as well as information concerning university resources and programs. There will be one RA in each building on duty each night to assist residents with any of a variety of problems, including personal counseling, information, or discipline. The RAs are very important resources for all students who live in the residence halls.