Front row, from left: Cristina Ruiz, graduate residence director; Rosanna Macri, office coordinator; and Kerri Winston, graduate residence director.
Back row, from left: Douglas Woolever, graduate residence director; Kimberly Fenton, director; Cory Boon, assistant director and dean of students; and Angelina Yearwood, graduate residence director.
First floor O'Shea Hall, Room 108
Kimberly Fenton, director
Cory Boon, assistant director and dean of students; Rosanna Macri, office coordinator; graduate resident directors Cristina Ruiz, Kerri Winston, Douglas Woolever, and Angelina Yearwood
How to contact:
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
By the numbers:
Niagara University’s residence life office oversees nearly 1,200 students across seven residential areas on campus every year.
Just the facts:
The Office of Residence Life at Niagara works to provide every residential student on campus with an environment that will allow them to succeed both academically and socially.
From move-in day to graduation, the Residence Life office is committed to creating and supporting a campus environment that is safe, inclusive, and welcoming for all students. It assists incoming students and their families to help make the move-in process go as smoothly as possible, and once the semester begins, the staff emphasizes student care and works to support students through the many challenges that await during their collegiate careers.
Res Life's dedicated community advisors work on the frontline, helping to see students through their best and worst days, and to prepare them for the challenge of living on their own.
Recently, the office has added highly detailed virtual tours of each of the seven residential areas to its website. This highly intuitive feature allows prospective students and their families to ensure the safety, comfort, and convenience of their on-campus accommodations.
Checking up on the their interoffice fantasy football teams.