Assistant Hall Director Position Overview
The Assistant Hall Director (AHD) position is designed for students who have completed at least one year at NDSU. This position is a comprehensive role that will teach some of the behind the scenes components of Residence Life while serving as a support person in our halls that have large numbers of staff and residents. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, meeting with Resident Assistants and creating systems of accountability, scheduling office coverage, and general management of a residence hall desk. The AHD position is considered to be approximately a 20-hour per week position. The AHD position would be ideal for students who are interested in continuing their education for a career in Student Affairs or seeking supervisory experience. Individuals chosen for this position must either live in the residence halls or on-campus apartments.
Who can be an AHD?
Any student (undergrad or graduate) who has completed at least one year at NDSU, and has at least a cumulative and semester GPA of 2.5. Students needing credit-bearing internships, practicums, or student teaching beyond 15 hours a week may not be an AHD.
- Minimum stipend of $5,062.
- Minimum scholarship of $4,024 to assist in covering on-campus room/apartment costs and dining.
- AHDs are required to have a residence hall license agreement or on-campus apartment lease on file, and sign up for a minimum of a 25 meal block per semester through NDSU Dining.
Application process is closed.
If you have questions about the position or the application process, please contact Shiloh at Shiloh.Susag@ndsu.edu or (701) 231-3240.