Sophia Floss, Kara Winch, Cade Nichols named UW-Whitewater resident assistants

The following local students have been named resident assistants at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater for the 2022-23 academic year.

  • Sophia Floss, of Bristol, who is studying Finance.
  • Kara Winch, of Twin Lakes, who is studying Business.
  • Cade Nichols, of Bristol who is studying Elementary Education.

RAs are student staff members who live in the residence halls with students, serve as resources and positive role models and help build a sense of community by hosting floor events.

“RAs are some of the first faces students see when they arrive or return to camps. They have a special perspective on life as a student,” said Maria Glorioso, assistant director for student engagement. “They provide social connections for students, resource connections, a supportive place for challenging conversations, and academic support, which allows residents to become better students.”

Prospective RAs must have experience living on campus for two semesters and have a minimum GPA of 2.25. They go through group interviews with peers and housing staff members and an individual interview before being offered the position.

“Integrity, willingness to learn, giving back to the institution and peers, open mindedness and the ability to be positive role models are all important qualities that RAs possess,” said Glorioso.


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