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Residence Life Staff Contact Information


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Residence Life Staff

Each residence hall is staffed with trained resource people who can provide residents with the information and guidance they need to be successful residential students at Winthrop University. It is important to understand that the guidance offered should  never be considered legal or medical advice, as our staff are not trained to provide such services.

 

 

Director of Residence Life

Office: 237 DiGiorgio
Phone: 803-323-2223
residencelife@winthrop.edu

 

Howard Seidler
Interim Director for Residence Life
Office: 237 DiGiorgio
803-323-2223
seidlerh@winthrop.edu

 

Christopher LeGrand
Assistant Director for Residential Services
Office: 237 DiGiorgio
Phone: 803-323-2223
legrandc@winthrop.edu

 

Deborah Wells
Administrative Assistant
Office: 237 DiGiorgio
Phone: 803-323-2223
wellsd@winthrop.edu


Assistant Director of Residence Life (A.D.)

There are two full time, professional, live-in Assistant Directors of Residence Life who are responsible for staff development and residential education. They each work out of a residence hall office and supervise the overall operations of several buildings and the staff working within them. Our Assistant Director for Assignments and Administration works in the main Residence Life office.

 

Dawn Sayer
Assistant Director of Residence Life for Assignments and Administration
Office: 237 DiGiorgio
Phone: 803-323-2223
sayerd@winthrop.edu

 

Julianne Schrader
Assistant Director of Residence Life for Staff Development
Office: Margaret Nance 103
803-323-3706
schraderj@winthrop.edu

 

John Timmons
Assistant Director of Residence Life for Residential Education
Office: West Thomson 147
803-323-3512
timmonsj@winthrop.edu


 Residential Learning Coordinators (R.L.C.)

Our halls are home to full time, professional, live-in Residential Learning Coordinators (one in each hall, except Roddey) who are responsible for supervision of student staff, facilities, disciplinary issues, community building through programming, and advising hall council.

 

Amanda Marshall
Residential Learning Coordinator, The Courtyard at Winthrop
Academic Associate
Office: Courtyard 101
803-323-1422
marshalla@winthrop.edu

 


Residential Learning Coordinator, Lee Wicker Hall
Academic Associate
Office: Lee Wicker 135
803-323-3381
residencelife@winthrop.edu

 

Jessica Martin
Residential Learning Coordinator, Margaret Nance Hall
Academic Associate
Office: Margaret Nance 101
803-323-3899
martinjl@winthrop.edu

 


Residential Learning Coordinator, Phelps Hall
Academic Associate
Office: Phelps 138
803-323-3490
residencelife@winthrop.edu

 

Elizabeth Moore
Residential Learning Coordinator, Richardson Hall
Academic Associate
Office: Richardson 110
803-323-4340
mooreke@winthrop.edu

 

Jenn Hester
Residential Learning Coordinator, Thomson Hall
Academic Associate
Office: West Thomson 141
803-323-3507
hesterj@winthrop.edu

 

Amy Phillips

Residential Learning Coordinator, Wofford Hall
Academic Associate
Office: Wofford 110
803-323-4198
phillipsa@winthrop.edu


Resident Director (R.D.)

Roddey hall has a live-in Residence Director as the administrative head, who is a graduate student directly supervised by the  Assistant Director of Residence Life for Staff Development. The R.D. is trained to assist with information and guidance, referring students as necessary for academic matters and emergencies. They also supervise student staff and advise hall council.

 


Residence Director, Roddey Hall
Office: Roddey 109
803-323-4724 
residencelife@winthrop.edu


Resident Assistants (R.A.)

R.A.s are undergraduate students who are assigned to a floor or section of each building. R.A.s are resource people who provide information and opportunities to engage in programming, promote a community atmosphere in the hall, and enforce policies as necessary. They are trained to help students adjust to residence hall living by understanding campus services available to students. When responding to crisis situations or medical emergencies, R.A.s understand the need to call Campus Police for assistance.


Hall Office Staff

Each residence hall office is staffed during various times of the day (posted at hall offices) by students trained to assist with questions, work requests, or room key issues.

Last Updated: 6/4/20