A Message from Lynn
Mount has an established welcoming and vibrant Residence Life community. We
offer three options for our students to choose from so that each student has
the opportunity to choose a style that best fits individual needs. Besides the
obvious benefit of convenience (close to classes, labs, dining hall, library,
gym and more) Mount students will tell you living on campus is one of the
best ways to become more involved on campus and connect with each other.
Each of our residence
areas have a fully trained Residence Life Team of Resident Assistants
(RAs) and a supervising Don. These individuals are students as well and they
can identify with the needs and issues that our students face on a daily
basis. The Residence Life Team is trained to help ease the transition to
university and be a support to our students by fostering both academic and
personal growth through programs and leadership. Our team is there for your
student as a resource, information source, and friendly face through the
academic year. We also have a specific team member, our Academic RA, designated
to enhance the residence experience by primarily offering academic, programs,
support and guidance throughout the year.
Residence Life, a
division of Office of Student Experience, is connected to an even larger team
of professionals on campus. As such we work closely with various departments
within Student Services such as: Counseling, Disability Services, Health
Office, Athletics and Recreation, International Student Center, Career
Services, Aboriginal Student Center and Financial Aid to offer the best quality
programming and resources that we can to each and every student.
Living in residence
and being a part of the Mount campus community is an opportunity to enhance the
university student experience by
getting involved and make life-long, lasting
friendships along the way.
look forward to having your student live with us and we would welcome the
chance to share in their residence life experience!
Lynn Cashen Basso, BBA ’99, MEd ‘07
Manager, Residence Life
Office of Student Experience