As spring semester draws to a close, you realize it’s time to figure out where you’ll live for the upcoming school year. Renting an apartment with all of your friends and ignoring your weeping bank account?
My own RA here at Penn State, Lia Perlata, keeps a “Where Am I?
New York-related pages show useful statewide sources.
United States pages explain the terminology and contents of genealogical records.
It’s at this point that some of you smart cookies might snap your fingers as you realize—wait a minute! But hold your horses, collegiettes, because there’s a lot more to being an RA than just a free single room all to yourself.
Being a Resident Assistant is seriously time-consuming, and has the potential to be extremely difficult if you’re not in it for the right reasons (i.e., if you’re doing it to get the free housing).