About Us

Overview

Contact Information

Telephone: 727-873-5101
Email: usfsp-housing@usf.edu


PROFESSIONAL STAFF

SUSAN KIMBROUGH
(she, her, hers)

Director of Housing and Residential Education

The Director is responsible for providing leadership, direction, vision and oversight for the University’s student Housing and Residential Education program.

ASHLEY RAMIREZ
(she, her, hers)

Residence Life Coordinator (Pelican Apartments)

The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) leads a residential community and is responsible for components of residential education, advising student organizations, crisis management, on call response, and day to day operations of the residential community.

MICHAEL CARROLL
(he, him, his)

Residence Life Coordinator (Osprey Suites & Ibis Hall)

The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) leads a residential community and is responsible for components of residential education, advising student organizations, crisis management, on call response, and day to day operations of the residential community.

 

STEPHEN HARRIS
(he, him, his)

Manager of Housing Operations

Primary responsibilities are creating and managing housing assignments, occupancy management, and allocations, is lead contact for all room change processes and cancellation requests. Also responsible for managing all facilities and maintenance within the residence halls in conjunction with the USF St. Petersburg facilities team, and manages all student mail & packages.

KALEY VAN ZILE 
(she, her, hers)

Assistant Director of Residential Education

Leads all components of the residential education area including planning, coordination, and direction of activities within the residence hall communities. Areas of residential education include student success and retention initiatives, care management, living learning communities, residential community programs, residential curriculum and related assessment.


STUDENT STAFF

RESIDENT ASSISTANTS

Resident Assistants (RA) are members of the Housing & Residential Education team that play a vital role in the development of community within the residence halls and on campus. RAs are upper-class students who have lived on campus at least one full semester.

Students who are interested in becoming an RA for the next academic year should look for RA recruitment information in early October. If you have questions about RA recruitment please talk to a current RA, a Hall Director, or a Residence Life Coordinator.

STUDENT ASSISTANTS

Student Assistants are an integral component to the success of Housing & Residential Education. Some of their duties include distributing mail and packages, answering phones, taking messages, assisting residents and guests, and answering any questions you may have about living on campus.