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Residence Life

The goal of the residence life staff at Judson University is to provide the physical environment and professional services necessary to create an effective educational living/learning experience, which will contribute to every aspect of student life-spiritual, social, academic, and physical. Interaction and cooperation are essential to personal growth in the residence hall. To this end, students and staff work together to communicate clearly, to encourage one another, and to uphold fairly the standards of communal living.

Meet Your Res Life Staff

Resident Directors (RDs) are members of the Student Development staff. The main responsibilities include coordinating and training the Resident Assistants , programming, counseling, and maintaining the physical facilities. Your RD is interested in getting to know you and can personally, or by referral, assist you with personal problems, spiritual concerns, academic problems, vocational and financial aid questions, and identification of other university resources. Resident Assistants are upperclassmen who assist the Resident Director in supervision, counsel, and direction of life and activities in the residence hall.

For general Residence Life questions, please e-mail reslife@judsonu.edu or contact McKenna Haas, Housing Coordinator, at mckenna.haas@judsonu.edu.

Student Leader Applications

If you are interested in being an RA or representative in one of the dorms, please see the Student Leader Applications page for more details.

Lindner Tower Contacts

Resident Director: Hannah Tolentino  847-628-1562
Hannah Tolentino hannah.tolentino@judsonu.edu

Hannah Tolentino is very excited to be joining Judson University and will be serving as the Lindner Tower Resident Director and Administrative Assistant in the Registrar's Office. She is a recent Taylor University graduate, where she studied Psychology and Art Therapy. Hannah loves working with students and feels very blessed to have the opportunity to engage with the students at Judson. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé Ethan, mini golfing, creating art and reading.

 

Ohio Hall Contact

Melissa HoeghResident Director: Melissa Hoegh  847-628-1562
hoegh.melissa@judsonu.edu

Melissa is a 2011 Judson alumnus and joined the Student Life Team in 2019 as the Ohio Hall Resident Director. In past years, she has been involved in the Judson community by directing various productions for the Judson Theater Department, including "Newsies" (fall 2018). She serves in children’s, youth, women’s and worship ministries at First Baptist Church of Elgin, where her husband, Joshua '10, serves as the Worship and Creative Arts Pastor. In addition to her passion for seeing the young women of Ohio Hall pursue the Lord and all that He has for them, she also enjoys chips and salsa, reading, sweet tea, and raising three little boys with her husband.

 

Volkman Hall Contact

McKenna Haas 2Resident Director and Director of Upper Class Residential Programming: McKenna Haas 847-628-1567
mckenna.haas@judsonu.edu@judsonu.edu

McKenna Haas, a Judson alum, joined the Student Life team in the Fall of 2018 as the Volkman Hall Resident Director. McKenna oversees the Upper Class Residential Programming and is in charge of Housing for the University. She is pursuing a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in trauma. She enjoys reading, being outdoors, sports, and playing with her dog, Wynnie.

Wilson Hall Contact

Maurice HaneyResident Director: Maurice Haney 847-628-1567
maurice.haney@judsonu.edu@judsonu.edu

Prior to joining Judson, Maurice served as the Alumni Relations Coordinator in the Office of Public Affairs and Development at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. Maurice has also served as a Resident Counselor in Student Life at IMSA in addition to serving in various auxiliary positions which included serving as an Academic Support Liaison, Volleyball Coach, Speech Coach, Peer Multicultural Educators Advisor, Chess Coach, Black Student Union Advisor, Tutor and Student Advocate. Maurice has a diverse educational background having studied Chemistry and Communication at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Maurice has also studied Life Science and Sports Science at Logan University in Missouri. Maurice earned his Master's in Education, with a focus on College Student Personnel, from Arkansas State University. While attending the University of Illinois, Maurice was active as a full-time student-athlete while working for University Housing in various positions. He was also heavily involved in campus activities and organizations. His love for service and being involved is his motivation and keeps him actively involved in the campus community and beyond.

 

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