The Campus Life office is part of the Division of Student Affairs. We work with the approximately 1400 residents on campus and close to 100 student organizations to promote the ideals of an active and engaged residential campus.

In addition to maintaining daily operations of the Campus Life office in the Warch Campus Center, the Campus Life staff is responsible for the general operations of the residence halls and houses on campus. The Residence Hall Directors (RHDs), Residence Life Advisors (RLAs), and Residence Life Managers (RLMs) play an integral role in the development of a meaningful living and learning environment here on campus.

Amy Uecke
Associate Dean of Students for Campus Life
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The Associate Dean is responsible for the educational and social community development that is fostered outside of the classroom setting. In addition, Amy is responsible for the overall supervision of the residence life, campus activities and housing staff.

Rose Wasielewski 
Assistant Dean of Students for Campus Life
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The Assistant Dean supports the educational and social community development that is fostered outside of the classroom setting.  Rose works closely with the Residence Hall Directors, the Lawrence University Community Council, the RLA Staff, and others in the university community to support the mission of the department.

Wendy Osero
Housing Coordinator
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The Housing Coordinator is responsible for the initial assignment of incoming students into their residence hall rooms. Throughout the year, all room changes, requests, and problems are initiated with the hall director who will work closely with the housing coordinator.

Charity A. Rasmussen
Campus Life Secretary
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The Campus Life Secretary’s main responsibility is to provide clerical and administrative support for the Associate Dean of Students for Campus Life and the Campus Life Office. In addition, the secretary also assists student organizations with balancing their budgets, accessing their funding, and maintaining their rosters.

Charity can help you with:

  • Club and Organization Rosters
  • Budgets
  • Cash Advances
  • Reimbursements
  • Deposits
  • Ordering Office Supplies
  • Access to Storage Areas
  • Making On-Line Purchases
  • Reserving Hotels
  • Making Airline Reservations
  • Trip Planning
  • Completing Contracts for Performers
  • Purchasing Movie Rights
  • Reserving Vans

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