Member Roles

Every role on the Advisory Councils is designed to provide unique perspective. 

Students
  • Provide perspective on the experience of Living in the LLC
  • Assist in LLC related matters within the scope of the student’s position
  • Collaborate with faculty, staff, and other members of the Advisory Council
  • Serve as the liaison between hall student population and the Advisory Council
  • Serve as a catalyst for involvement of other students living in the LLC
  • Provide advice related to hall and corridor programming around the LLC topic
External Stakeholders

External Stakeholders include faculty, staff, and students not employed by the Office of Residence Life. 

  • Provide advice related to hall and corridor programming around the LLC learning objectives
  • Serve as a catalyst for involvement of other faculty and staff members for LLC activities
  • Share knowledge of campus resources and academic policies
  • Interact with students through educational programming
  • Attend monthly Advisory Council meetings
  • Communicate student curricular and co-curricular experience within the context of the LLC based on observation or experience
Internal Stakeholders

Internal Stakeholders include Resident Directors, Assistant Resident Directors, RAs and students

  • Communicate the student curricular and co-curricular experience within the context of the LLC
  • Implement and/or supervise the implementation of LLC programs, events, and activities
  • Submit or supervise the submission of funding request related to LLC programs and events
  • Meet informally with faculty and staff associated with the LLC once a semester
  • Attend monthly Advisor Council meetings
  • Act as the in-hall LLC historian
  • Forge collaborative relationships with communities who share similar LLC topics and or populations
  • Share knowledge of campus resources and residential policies
  • Recruit students and paraprofessional staff members for involvement in the LLC related activities
Staff

LLC Staff include Associate/Assistant Directors, Coordinators and Graduate Assistants

  • Organize overarching marketing plans for Living Learning Communities at Miami University
  • Coordinate student enrollment in communities by working closely with the Stakeholders in each community
  • Coordinate LLC information between various internal entities (academic divisions, department heads, Registrar and HOME Office
  • Provide financial support, when appropriate, for educational programs related to the topic of the community
  • Attend and participate monthly Advisory Council meetings to provide guidance support, and direction
  • Recognize contributions of Stakeholders who work to support the various LLCs at Miami University
  • Communicate strategic plans regarding campus-wide LLC initiatives
  • Assist in the implementation of assessment efforts related to Living Learning Communities