RA Forms

Resident Assistant Forms and Information

Welcome to the Resident Assistant Forms and Information page!
This page is primarily intended as a resource page for staff reporting to the Office of Student Affairs. 

Care Report 

This form is intended for the use of any individual who witnessed an incident involving an University of Dallas student or has any concern(s) for an individual or group of students.  Incidents include any and all violations of the Student Handbook.  Concerns range from missed classes, overly stressed about school work, relationship problems or domestic violence, family issues (sickness, alcoholism, death, job loss), alcohol or drug abuse, repeated reckless conduct, and signs of depression or psychological issues.

Resident Assistant Reporting 

Rome Incident Report

Staff Log-In 

 

FLOOR PLAN(S)

Resident Assistants have access to the current floor plans via Google Docs.  If you have issues logging in, please contact Betty Perretta in the Office of Student Affairs.

 

WORK ORDER FORM

Click HERE to link to the new online version of the work order form. Refer your residents to the same form also linked on the Student Services sub page of Student Affairs on this web site.

 

INTERNET PROBLEMS

Any computer, email or internet access issues may be reported to support@udallas.edu from a working computer.  At a later date a central phone number will also be available.

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