At Office of Student Affairs, we are committed to foster a safe and nurturing residential environment for NUS students who are staying on campus. Playing a vital role is the team of Resident Staff, comprising Hall Masters, Resident Fellows (RFs) and Resident Advisors (RADs).
A Hall Master is a full-time, tenured Academic Staff member appointed by Vice-Provost (Student Life) to head a Hall of Residence. Working closely with OSA and RFs, the Hall Master
• provides leadership and direction for the development of the Hall;
• oversees the administration, programming, management and operation of the Hall;
• manages the overall welfare, discipline and quality of residential life for students residing in the Hall.
Resident Fellows (RFs)
Resident Fellows (RFs) are full-time Academic or Executive & Professional Staff members appointed by the Dean of Students
to live in a Hall of Residence. They work closely with the Hall Master, other members of the Senior Common Room Committee (SCRC), the Junior Common Room Committee (JCRC)
and Hall Administration Office to enhance the residential life experience of student living in the Hall. In addition to serving as mentors, advisors and resource persons to the student residents, they also play a key role as community builders and care members.
Resident Advisors (RADs)
Resident Advisors (RADs) are full-time Academic or Executive & Professional Staff members appointed by the Dean of Students
to live in student residences. RADs work closely with OSA, the Management Office at the residence, Resident Assistants (RAs) and Cluster Leaders
to enhance the residential life experience of students living in the residence. In addition to serving as mentors, advisors and resource persons to the residents, they also play a key role as community builders, incident commanders and care members.
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