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Centennial Hall Staff

We look forward to having you as a member of our Centennial Hall community. Thank you for taking the time to get to know us!

Click here to meet the Residence Hall Staff.

 

Our Residential Living Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronnie Hall
Area Coordinator

Hometown: Allison, Texas

Education: Master of Education in Instructional Technology from West Texas A&M University; Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from West Texas A&M University

What I Love About WT: The friendliness of the students and staff is what I love most about WTAMU. I have also loved seeing the changes in the landscape of WTAMU recently. I have always thought the campus was beautiful, but with the addition of the pedestrian mall with the buffalo statue, and the new buildings and the renovations, this place looks amazing!  I love showing off our campus to alumni and friends who come to visit.

Why I'm Excited to be a Coordinator: I am always excited to see the success that the RAs have with their residents. I feel like I have the best job in the world, and a lot of that satisfaction comes from seeing the RAs working hard to build community, working long hours to make sure their programs are a success, and seeing the RAs having those day-to-day interactions that make a difference in their residents' experiences in the hall. The RAs truly can have a huge impact on the success of their residents' lives.

 

 

 

 

 

Jared Terrell
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 1st Floor

Hometown: Vidor, Texas

Major: Biochemistry

What I Love About WT: I enjoy how much diversity WT brings in from all over the world, and also how teachers care more for students as individuals.

Why I Love Living On Campus: Living on campus is a must...growing as a community as a whole is a home-away-from-home feeling that you can't find anywhere else.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: I'm ecstatic to be an RA because I get to influence my residents to interact in college life. I think seeing new faces and building relationships with different personalities is amazing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elijah Artis
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 2nd Floor

Hometown: Amarillo, Texas

Major: Biology (Pre-Med)

What I Love About WT: I Love WT because it has the feeling of a city within a city. WT has its own set of rules and its own culture and I love that.

Why I Love Living On Campus: What's not to love about living on campus?! I am never far away from any of my friends, I'm always a phone call away from a pick up soccer game at the Buffs Sports Park, then I can jog right over to the CAF for a quick bite, and then pick up my backpack and be off to class in no time.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: Before I became an RA, I loved organizing exciting events and games for my friends and meeting new people to create relationships with. Now that I am an RA, my efforts can have a more campus-wide effect and the thought of doing something that could better my campus is exhilarating.

 

 

 

Mark Rohrer
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 2nd Floor

Hometown: Lubbock, Texas

Major: Criminal Justice

What I Love About WT: I know almost everyone on campus.

Why I Love Living On Campus: Seeing people everyday and meeting new faces.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: Showing students that college is a great time in their life!

 

 

 

Dustin Dickson
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 2nd Floor

Hometown: Whitesboro, Texas

Major: Engineering Technology - Distribution

What I Love About WT: The small community experience.

Why I Love Living On Campus: Everything is closer and there are much more activities.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: I love growing new relationships with people, and being the light in my residents' eyes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emma Love
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 3rd Floor

Hometown: San Antonio, Texas

Major: Sports and Exercise Science (All-Level)

What I Love About WT: I love WT's size; the professors really care about you and it's easy to get connected! WT is like a big family.

Why I Love Living On Campus: There's always so much going on and it's great to be involved.  It's also awesome to be so close to everything; I hardly have to drive my car anywhere. 

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: I love being an RA because I like to help people get involved and I enjoy getting to know so many great people!  I love listening to others and I'm thankful to be a part of this amazing community.

 

 

 

 

Jayton Welch
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 3rd Floor

Hometown: Canyon, Texas

Major: Biochemistry & Biology

What I Love About WT: The campus is beautiful and the professors are concerned about you as a person.

Why I Love Living On Campus: It's so much easier to get involved and plugged in somewhere!  There are always people around to talk to and hang out with.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: I want to be a part of my residents' lives and help them have the best and most fun college experience they can!

 

 

 

 

Kacy Springer
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 4th Floor

Hometown: Lubbock, Texas

Major: Sports and Exercise Science

What I Love About WT: Being on a small campus helped me get to know my peers better. Also, the professors want to get to know you and they are willing to help you as long as you seek that help.

Why I Love Living On Campus: The community helps make campus feel like your home away from home. The campus is beautiful and there is always something happening.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: As an RA, I am thankful for the opportunity to learn from and invest in my residents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Madison Zeiger
Resident Assistant

Unit/Hall: Centennial 4th Floor

Hometown: El Paso, Texas

Major: Athletic Training & Applied Sports

What I Love About WT: WT offers a variety of opportunities for every student attending without being an overwhelmingly big campus. The community feel across the entire campus is amazing and feels like family.

Why I Love Living On Campus: Living on campus also offers a variety of opportunities and allows each individual to build community with those around them. Your hall or specific wing becomes your family, and your residence hall becomes your home away from home.

Why I'm Excited to be an RA: Being an RA allows me to meet people and invest in their lives, just like my life was invested in before becoming a Resident Assistant. I want to build community and be there for people, no matter the time, problem, or issue.

 

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