Florida State University | University Housing
BEYONDPROGRAMMING:
Moving from Traditional RA Programming to
Intentional Con...
JakeFrasier
Graduate Hall Director
@jakefrasier | jfrasier@fsu.edu
PatrickHeneghan
Residence Coordinator
@psheneghan | phe...
Learning Outcomes
PRESENTATIONOUTLINE
Why we implemented this model
How has it worked thus far
What steps can you take to ...
Identify ways to implement a non-traditional
programming model
Evaluate feedback and results obtained from
interactions oc...
Signs you were an RA,
according to
via Buzzfeed
via Buzzfeed
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
PROGRAMMING
P e r s o n a l W e l l n e s s
A p p r e c i a t i o n o f D i f f e r e n c e s
R e s p o n s i b l e C i t i z e n s h ...
What do I have to do
What can I do
Two community style residence halls built in
the early 1960s
APPLICATION AT FLORIDA STATE
Average RA to resident ratio 1:3...
Intentional Interactions focusing on five tenets
Two floor activities during the month, may or
may not be based upon tenets
...
RESULTS
494
STAFF FEEDBACK
Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
Students have been
enjoying the one on
one interact...
BOYFRIEND
GIRLFRIEND
MAJOR
HOME
ROOMMATE
INVOLVED
FRIEND
22
2
104
42
41
158
95
“
2nd Year RA
I think this is a great way to build those relationships with
our residents that are desired in housing and ...
Individual satisfaction surveys sent out to residents
Focus groups with RAs to examine what did
or did not work
Using data...
How do you get buy-in from supervisors/colleagues
Steps to get RAs interested and motivated
Utilizing campus resources
Fin...
QUESTIONS
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NASPA-FL_Presentation

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - NASPA-FL_Presentation

  • 1. Florida State University | University Housing BEYONDPROGRAMMING: Moving from Traditional RA Programming to Intentional Conversations PatrickHeneghan | JakeFrasier
  • 2. JakeFrasier Graduate Hall Director @jakefrasier | jfrasier@fsu.edu PatrickHeneghan Residence Coordinator @psheneghan | pheneghan@fsu.edu
  • 3. Learning Outcomes PRESENTATIONOUTLINE Why we implemented this model How has it worked thus far What steps can you take to bring this to your own institution
  • 4. Identify ways to implement a non-traditional programming model Evaluate feedback and results obtained from interactions occurring since July 2013. Examine ways of supporting both RAs and residents’ personal development outside of the classroom LEARNINGOUTCOMES
  • 5. Signs you were an RA, according to
  • 6. via Buzzfeed
  • 7. via Buzzfeed
  • 8. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMING
  • 9. P e r s o n a l W e l l n e s s A p p r e c i a t i o n o f D i f f e r e n c e s R e s p o n s i b l e C i t i z e n s h i p I n v o l v e m e n t S c h o l a r s h i p
  • 10. What do I have to do
  • 11. What can I do
  • 12. Two community style residence halls built in the early 1960s APPLICATION AT FLORIDA STATE Average RA to resident ratio 1:30 Interactional Programming Model (IPM) proposal approved July 2013 to pilot for 2013-2014 academic year. Single gender floors in co-ed buildings 31 out of 160 RAs utilized model
  • 13. Intentional Interactions focusing on five tenets Two floor activities during the month, may or may not be based upon tenets One tenet based All-Hall Program every month Tenet based bulletin boards monthly AT A GLANCE
  • 14. RESULTS
  • 15. 494
  • 16. STAFF FEEDBACK Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Students have been enjoying the one on one interactions 7 11 1 - - Residents are still creating community on the floor 9 9 1 - - Students have had a chance to address issues with their RA 13 6 - - - I would have liked more training before engaging in these conversations 3 3 7 4 2 I've gotten to know residents beyond just the surface level 15 3 1 - -
  • 17. BOYFRIEND GIRLFRIEND MAJOR HOME ROOMMATE INVOLVED FRIEND 22 2 104 42 41 158 95
  • 18. “ 2nd Year RA I think this is a great way to build those relationships with our residents that are desired in housing and they've really been rewarding for me as an RA. When I hear about my residents' dreams and desires as well as their fears I feel so great because I know they're telling me because they're comfortable with me and they trust me.
  • 19. Individual satisfaction surveys sent out to residents Focus groups with RAs to examine what did or did not work Using data from 2013-2014 implementation year to compare against each subsequent year ASSESSMENT METHODS Compare EBI results from 2012-2013 academic year to this year’s results.
  • 20. How do you get buy-in from supervisors/colleagues Steps to get RAs interested and motivated Utilizing campus resources Finding a balance between traditional programming and new approaches DISCUSSION What issues might your institution face
  • 21. QUESTIONS

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