REO Student Opportunities
Welcome to the Student Opportunities page for the Residential Education Office at SDSU. We are looking for responsible, fun and diverse members of the residential community to apply for the following leadership roles.
Student leaders are students who live on each floor in the residence halls, suites and apartments. Student leaders consist of resident advisers and community assistants. Resident advisers are based in our first-year communities, whereas community assistants are based in our second-year communities. Resident advisers and community assistants are responsible for facilitating community building, solving conflicts and maintaining university policy.
Desk Assistants/Security Monitors
Desk Assistants/Security Monitors are responsible for providing residents with campus information and any customer service needs. They are also responsible for monitoring building security and enforcing safety procedures.
STAR Center assistants serve as academic role models for residents and provide basic peer-advising and academic support. They assist residents with academic success tools including degree evaluation and MyMap. STAR Center assistants also meet with residents regularly to discuss course scheduling and academic/department resources.
STAR Center Tutors are San Diego State University currently enrolled students with sophomore standing and above who offer tutoring services in the Residential Education Office STAR centers. The STAR centers are academic resources labs in the residence halls that provide academic advising and tutoring for residential students. All Tutors must maintain a 3.5 SDSU GPA or above and must have passed the courses they will tutor with a Grade of A. Tutors will be compensated $16.50/hr and will work shifts in various STAR centers in all residential areas. Tutors can work between 6 and 20 hours per week. If a tutor has another job on-campus, they can only work 20 hours total for all on-campus positions
QUEST Peer Advisers
QUEST peer advisers provide guidance and support to second-year residents in a variety of areas including academic skill development, campus involvement and financial literacy. They collaborate with campus partners and residence staff to deliver engaging Sophomore QUEST programming.