Meet the Housing Staff
Housing and Residential Life employs three professional staff, an administrative assistant, and 22 residential student staff. Housing and Residential Life also partners with several other campus departments to provide services for students. The Housing Office, located in the center of Sebastian Commons Apartments on 49th Street, is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday, with professional staff being available during traditional business hours. Please do not hesitate to contact any of the staff below regarding Housing and Residential Life questions or please email email@example.com.
Director of Housing and Residential Life
Sebastian Commons Resident Director
Beth joined the UAFS family in Fall 2009 and is currently the director of Housing and Residential Life. Beth’s role is to manage all on campus housing options by focusing on facility and student needs. Her mission is for students to have a successful time living on campus by being engaged in their surroundings. Beth’s housing experience includes her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota and her MBA from Northwest Missouri State University. Beth and the rest of her staff are just a short email or phone call away. Go Lions!
Lion's Den Resident Director
Jewels became a part of the UAFS team in June 2015 as the Sebastian Commons resident director. As such she is responsible for overseeing the SC resident assistants and supporting them in building a positive, welcoming, and educational living community. Jewels's Housing and Residential Life experience began during her time as an undergraduate at Texas Christian University. After graduating she became a hall director for a co-educational and an all-male building at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. She has found joy in life with helping students grow through their collegiate experience!
AnnMarie, an alumna of UAFS, became a part of UAFS team in September 2018 and is now serving as the Resident Director of the Lion's Den. Her primary goal in this role is to make sure that students feel supported and can thrive both academically and personally. She does this by supervising the Lion's Den resident assistants to ensure our residents feel welcome and have opportunities to attend educational programming and by getting to know the residents who live in the facility. She is excited to be working in the same place that she called home in her time as a collegian and hopes she can help provide a similar experience to incoming residents.