Residential Education Coordinators

Welcome to UW-Green Bay’s Residential Education Coordinator (REC) Web site! This site has been created to help you learn more about our Residential Education Coordinator position, our campus community and the greater Green Bay area. We take pride in our unique housing program at UW-Green Bay, and the opportunities it provides for our students and staff. We know that fit is important when looking for a professional live-in experience, so please take time to find out about our position and our community and see if it is right for you!

The campus and community are beautiful! The campus has a rural, north woods feel to it, but it is just minutes from the City of Green Bay with more than 250,000 people. Nature and environment are important to people in northeast Wisconsin, as is a strong work ethic, education, and family.

We know that the REC position at UW-Green Bay may not be for everyone. We also know it can be an incredible opportunity for a special few. Our REC position offers unique opportunities to work in an REC team environment that most hall directors never experience.

Are you someone who would thrive in an environment where all the RECs have their offices in the Community Center, right next to each other? This gives RECs the opportunity to work collaboratively on many projects and work closely with many RAs outside of their area of responsibility.

Take your time and look at our campus and community websites. If you have any questions, feel free to call me or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you!

Adam Neveau
Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay 

The Residential Education Coordinator Position

The Community Development team is comprised of four Residential Education Coordinators (RECs) and the Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education. Each Residential Education Coordinator supervises a team of 12-16 Resident Mentors (RMs), one of whom is a Senior Resident Mentor (SRM). The Residential Education Coordinator position is a 12-month live-in position with responsibilities which include staff selection and recruitment, training and supervision, oversight for community development and programming, student advising and conflict resolution, on-call duty rotation and crisis response, and summer program administration.

Residential Education Coordinator apartments are furnished and include cable and internet service, washer and dryer, dishwasher, full-size refrigerator, and range. Apartments vary in size from two-bedroom to three bedrooms with spacious kitchens and living rooms. Spouses, domestic partners, and families are welcome. For more information, see the Apartment Residency Policy Agreement. Pets are allowed in accordance with the Residential Education Coordinator Pet Policy.

This position offers a competitive starting salary of $38,000 and a partial meal plan ($2,500/yr.) for meeting with students and colleagues. University employees receive a state benefits package including medical insurance, participation in the Wisconsin Retirement system, paid vacation, and more. More information about benefits can be found here

RECs are able to access professional development funds up to $1000 per year with approval from their supervisor. Participation in UMR-ACUHO, NASPA, WCPA, and other professional housing (or Student Affairs) conferences is encouraged, as is, committee membership. RECs are given multiple departmental and campus opportunities to participate in faculty and staff conferences, webinars, and video-conferences.

Apply Now

Housing and Residential Education is looking for an enthusiastic, passionate and team oriented individual to join our talented Residential Education Coordinator team. If you love working with students and have had a strong, well-rounded graduate (or full-time) live-in housing experience, please consider applying for this unique and rewarding position!

You can find the steps necessary for application on the Residential Education Coordinator position description located at the UWGB Human Resources web page. Please note that once you complete the application process, you will not be able to enter in and change, add or delete anything. Any changes made after the initial applications will need to go through the email address.


All applications completed by the initial screening date will be given first consideration. Those applicants meeting minimum requirements will be given an opportunity to complete a phone interview or interview in person at the Oshkosh Placement Exchange (OPE)  in Oshkosh, WI.

Phone Interviews/OPE Meetings/Interviews

Candidates successfully meeting the requirements will be offered an interview at OPE or via a conference call once there is a vacancy. One or more professionals will participate in the interview.

On-Campus interviews (once an official vacancy occurs) 

Selected candidates will be offered an on-campus interview. On-campus interviews typically are scheduled for one evening and the following day. They may consist of:

  • Interviews with student leaders, Residential Education staff, and Student Affairs Staff
  • Tours of the campus, the residence halls, apartments, and one of the REC apartments.
  • Additional candidate interests (special interest groups, community resources, etc.) will be accommodated, if time allows.

Process for Anticipated Openings

In years where no actual position is vacant, we will have an “Anticipated opening” only. We will collect resumes and offer OPE interviews in preparation of the anticipated vacancy which may occur later in the spring or summer. There will be no on-campus interviews until after an actual vacancy happens and an official search process has been approved by the institution. 

Any questions can be addressed to Adam Neveau, Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education, through email: or by phone (920) 465-2844.

UW Green Bay Housing & Residential Education

Our vision is To serve as an extension of UW Green Bay’s mission to educate, and to contribute to the recruitment, development, and retention of students.  Mission & History

Residential Education Coordinator Apartments

Residential Education Coordinator apartments are furnished, with cable and internet service, washer, dryer, dishwasher, full-size refrigerator, and range. Apartments vary in size from two-bedroom to three bedrooms with spacious kitchens and living rooms. 

Families? Domestic partners? Spouses?

Spouses, domestic partners, and families are welcome.

Student Development

Students are our first priority. Without students, there would be no need for Housing and Residential Education. We take our roles as educators in this campus environment very seriously. We are intentional with our resources and strive to help students develop in all aspects of their lives. Student development is more than a theory, it is our passion. We focus on community development, leadership development, personal development and academic support.

The Campus & Local Demographics
The Housing Demographic

Inclusive Excellence

Another priority is Inclusive Excellence (IE). More than just a focus on diversity, inclusive excellence suggests that we can be both inclusive and excellent in our efforts to be free of bias, stereotype and discrimination. IE reminds us that educated individuals not only learn how to be culturally sensitive, but strive to embrace and celebrate differences in personally and socially respectful ways. It focuses on individual and community efforts and responsibilities to create a safe, welcoming and supportive environment where all community members can feel comfortable and succeed. UWGB and Green Bay cannot pretend to have this all figured out. We struggle like all campuses and communities do with diversity issues. Yet, Housing & Residential Education continues to make a commitment to make this community better, one student at a time.

UWGB Inclusive Excellence page

Safe and Inclusive Living

Current Young Professionals Network of Green BayThe Safe And Inclusive Living community, commonly called SAIL, embarked on its first semester with a full roster of residents on the wing. SAIL is defined as a campus housing alternative in which two or more students mutually agree to share a university apartment with individual bedrooms regardless of the occupants’ sex, gender identity, gender expression, and/or sexual orientation. Through the creation of this community, transgender and gender non-conforming students and their allies, can now choose to live in an open and supportive environment where they can rest assured their neighbors are striving to understand and support one another’s sexual orientation, gender identities and life choices. We hope to expand our efforts for this community to embrace a larger demand in the future.

Professional Development Opportunities

Residential Education Coordinators have a wide range of professional development options available including participation in campus and departmental committees, involvement in state, regional and national associations, and a number of other on-campus professional development activities. Conference attendance and participation in professional committees and associations such as UMR-ACUHO, NASPA, WCPA, etc is encouraged and supported. In addition, Residential Education Coordinator staff have the opportunity to provide leadership at a departmental level for processes such as staff selection, training and orientation, summer conferences, and more.


Collaboration is a major focus of our Residential Education Team (RECs and Assistant Director). Housing and Residential Education is part of the Division of University Inclusivity and Student Affairs consisting of Student Engagement Center, Wellness Center, Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA), Pride Center, University Recreation, University Union, Trio & Precollege, Student Accessibility Services, and the Dean of Student Office. We work closely with these offices year round to provide administrative and programmatic efforts to our students. For example, we actively serve on the two programmatic task forces (Healthy Choices and Diversity) structured through the Dean of Students Office. Each task force has professional staff and students working together from various Student Affairs departments. They work with Resident Mentors (RMs), Ambassadors, and other student leaders to develop campus-wide programs and efforts to fill in the gaps in services on the campus.

Housing & Residential Education also has two seats on the Student Review Team (SRT), a campus behavioral intervention team that keeps a close eye out for students who are struggling to succeed because of mental health or serious behavioral problems. RECs play a crucial role in identifying early warning signs and alerting the SRT team of students who are struggling. RECs, likewise, are kept abreast of students within housing that need special attention.

Our Residential Education Team (4 RECs and Associate Director) all have our offices on the same wing of the Community Center (Housing & Residential Education office) so we collaborative frequently on communities, administrative responsibilities and processes, and programs. All RECs get opportunities to lead, or be a part of, different Res. Life committees and projects like RM training, RM selection, REC search, RM Recognition, learning communities, resource room, Housing and Residential Education webpage development, etc. It is crucial that RECs enjoy working as part of a close knit team.

Benefits & Compensation

This position offers a competitive starting salary of $38,000, partial meal plan ($2,500/yr.) for meeting with students and colleagues, and a completely furnished apartment. University employees receive an excellent state benefits package including medical insurance, participation in the Wisconsin Retirement system, paid vacation, and more.

Benefit Information


Pets are permitted in accordance with Residence Life policy. 

Campus Dining

Residential Education Coordinators receive a partial meal plan ($2,500/yr.) for meeting with students and colleagues.

Dining Services


Reserved parking is provided, and a parking pass is included.

General Parking Information

Services & Amenities

Wired/wireless Internet connections and Time Warner Cable services are provided.

Services for residents 
T.V. Listings

Maps & Directions

Directions & Maps

UW-Green Bay's Mission

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a multi-campus comprehensive university offering exemplary undergraduate, master’s and select doctoral programs and operating with a commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship and research, and service to the community. The University provides a problem focused educational experience that promotes critical thinking and student success.

The culture and vision of the University reflect a deep commitment to diversity, inclusion, social justice, civic engagement, and educational opportunity at all levels. Our core values embrace community-based partnerships, collaborative faculty scholarship and innovation.

Our commitment to a university that promotes access, career success, cross-discipline collaboration, cultural enrichment, economic development, entrepreneurship, and environmental sustainability is demonstrated through a wide array of programs and certifications offered in four colleges: College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Science, Engineering and Technology (including the Richard Resch School of Engineering); College of Health, Education and Social Welfare; and the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business, leading to a range of degrees, including AAS, BA, BAS, BBA, BM, BS, BSN, BSW, MS, MSW, MSN, and Ed.D.​

Approval dates: UW System Board of Regents, April 25, 2019; Higher Learning Commission, May 14, 2019

University of Wisconsin - Green Bay Mission

About UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay is a comprehensive educational experience that offers students multiple perspectives and viewpoints, through a purposeful, interdisciplinary curriculum, and connects students to exceptional faculty and internationally recognized scholars. 

UW-Green Bay provides an ideal learning environment on a beautiful campus with superb classroom and laboratory facilities, supplemented by a rich array of engaging co-curricular and leadership development experiences. The opportunity to apply learning to real-world problems through traditional and online classes and degree programs, and to pursue internships, research and independent study, prepares students for rewarding careers. 

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