Marshall Residential Life Team
The TMC Residential Life team is here to support YOU in your development as a student, and as a person. We're here to answer your questions, put on fun and engaging programs, and to make your on-campus experience the best it can be. Our team consists of both professional and student staff members, all of which you can read about below.
The Director of Residential Life and the Assistant Directors of Residential Life are also a part of the Marshall College Student Affairs team. We are full-time professional staff specifically responsible for the management of the Marshall Residential Life program and residential facilities. Our duties include ensuring the infusion of our Marshall College philosophies through: supervising, training and developing the Resident Advisor team; facilitating the growth and development of residents within the Marshall community; social justice education programs, counseling residents; supporting students through personal, academic or behavioral difficulties; adjudication of policy violations, advising SCORE and TMTV; and collaborating with the Housing (H*D*H) maintenance, custodial and facilities staff.
Our office administrative staff members (professional staff and student Residential Sevice Attendants) are available in our Residential Life office (located one floor below the OceanView Terrace dining restaurant) during our business hours to assist you with everything from lock outs and room changes to package pick up and general questions. Our main office number is (858) 534-4340.
- Director of Residential Life & Associate Dean of Student Affairs
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- Assistant Director of Residential Life (for Apartment area)
- Assistant Director of Residential Life (for Residence Hall area)
- Office Operations Manager
- Residential Life & Housing Assistant
The RAs are students—like you—who have been competitively selected and trained to support you. They serve as peer counselors, advisors, programmers and colleagues, who are knowledgeable about Marshall College and UC San Diego resources. They will also challenge and support you as you learn your rights and responsibilities. RAs are critical sources of information. If they don’t know the answers, they'll find out, so don’t ever be afraid to ask questions! They are interested in hearing your ideas for activities that you want to happen in your community. Make it a point to get to know your RA—and they will make every attempt to get to know you. They will also support you and your new community as you get to know yourself, check yourself and be yourself at Marshall College.
While RAs are here to support you, please remember that RAs are also full-time students—they have academic demands and study needs similar to your own. Your RA is not required to be in his or her room all the time; he or she needs personal, private, and relaxation time too. Therefore, there will be occasions when your RA will not be available to you. Never fear! You can contact Marshall Residential Life (858) 534-4340 or contact the on-duty RA (858) 945-7154. See our Res Life Services page for more info.
RSOs are UC Police Department (UCPD) employees who work in our residential communities to ensure a safe and collegial environment in our community. Each night, they walk the Marshall residential grounds, and can be contacted in the event that you have safety or policy related concerns. They can be contacted via (858) 534-(HELP) 4357.
Bill Paterakis and Charles Leggett
After Hours and Weekend Assistance
If needed, you may access the RA on emergency duty weeknights from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. each day. To reach the RA on duty, call 858-945-7154. Professional staff members are also available at all times our residential facilities are open.