Proctor

The position of a University proctor is both an honor and a great responsibility. Proctors are student staff members who work under the supervision of the director of residential life, area coordinators, and head proctors to create civil and respectful residential environments that enhance student academic experiences. Proctors promote educational and social programs in their residence halls, enforce policies and regulations, and serve as leaders throughout the campus community. Proctors also serve as the first-tier of on-call response. Students are eligible for the position of proctor in their sophomore, junior, and senior years.

Lead Proctor

Lead proctors carry out all of the same duties and responsibilities as proctors and serve as a leader among their proctor peers. For each residential area, one lead proctor coordinates communication and oversees administrative tasks in the area. Students are eligible for the position of lead proctor in their junior and senior years after they have served at least one full academic year as part of residential life student staff.

Students interested in applying to be a proctor must submit:
  • The Proctor Application (must be received by noon on Monday, February 17, 2020)
  • Two (2) completed recommendation forms (must be received by Friday, February 28, 2020)

Following review of submitted Proctor applications, selected candidates will be invited to interview over the weekend of February 28 - March 1, 2020. We expect to share interview invitations in the last week of February.

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO BE A Lead PROCTOR and/or applying to return as a Proctor MUST SUBMIT:
  • The Returning & Lead Proctor Application (must be received by noon on Monday, February 17, 2020)

Applicants for the position of Lead Proctor will be invited to interview during the week of February 18 - 21, 2020.