Mission & Meet the Staff

The Office of Residential Experience creates an on-campus home for students by developing a safe, engaging, and inclusive environment that supports residential student learning and emphasizes personal and social responsibility. Committed to the College's Catholic, Lasallian, and Liberal Arts traditions, Residential Experience intentionally fosters a living environment that promotes the academic, spiritual, emotional, and personal growth of each resident. 

As a result of living within the residence halls, residents will:

a) Have the ability to connect and feel a sense of belonging in community.

b) Increase self awareness and reflect on personal, social, and spiritual values.

c) Develop a sense of personal background and cultural contributions.

d) Gain an appreciation of others’ backgrounds and cultural contributions.

e) Understand campus and community standards and expectations.

f) Identify campus standards of inclusive excellence.

g) Engage in face-to-face communication.

 

The Office of Residential Experience houses the Associate Dean of Students, Lead Residential Coordinator and the First Year Experience Residential Coordinator, as well as a team of student workers. Please feel free to call us or visit our office during Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and we will be glad to assist you.

 

Professional Staff

 

Jim Sciuto, Associate Dean of Students

 

Samantha Alberto, Lead Residential Coordinator

 

Chelsea Ostebo, First Year Experience Residential Coordinator

 

 

Student Workers

 

Olivia

Olivia Brophy

Hometown: Granite Bay, CA

Major: Double Major with Global Regional Studies and Spanish, and a Minor in Anthropology

Class Year: Class of 2019

Other Campus Involvement: RA of Beckett Hall, GaelForce, Honors Program

Fun Fact: Every summer she and her friends have a "Potter-thon" where they watch all 8 Harry Potter movies (It takes 19.5 hours!)

Symone

Symone Williams

Hometown: Fairfield, Ca

Major:Double Major in Justice, Community, Leadership & Sociology with a minor in Theology

Class Year: Class of 2019

Other Campus Involvement: Vice Chair of the Class of 2019, Guyette Leadership Fellow, BSU Executive Team Member-Diversity Organization Council Representative

Fun Fact: Her eyelashes are naturally curly!

Jessica

Jessica Campos

Hometown: Meridian, ID

Major: Anthropology

Class Year: Class of 2020

Other Campus Involvement: Academic Honor Council

Fun Fact: He played the flute throughout elementary and high school. 

Alex

Alex Gonzalez

Hometown: Oakland, CA

Major: Undeclared

Class Year: Class of 2020

Other Campus Involvement: 

Fun Fact: She once tore her ACL

Chantal

Chantal Marie Ysip

Hometown: Pittsburg, CA

Major: Justice, Community, Leadership, with a minor in Law & Society

Class Year: Class of 2019

Other Campus Involvement: Social Media Ambassador for the Intercultural Center, Network Technician for IT Services

Fun Fact: She can move her ears. 

Kimberly

Kimberly Paschal

Hometown: Tracy, CA

Major: Accounting

Class Year: Class of 2018

Other Campus Involvement: Resident Advisor in Assumption Hall, Student Ambassador in Office of Admissions, Sports Editor for The Collegian

Fun Fact: She went to DisneyWorld for the first time this summer!

Caitlin

Caitlin Wayland

Hometown: Rohnert Park, Ca

Major: Allied Health Science

Class Year: Class of 2020

Other Campus Involvement: Women's Rugby and Sports Band

Fun Fact: She's the only person in her family born in California!

Nolan

Nolan Brophy 

Hometown: Granite Bay, Ca

Major: Accounting

Class Year: Class of 2020

Other Campus Involvement: Men's Rugby

Fun Fact: Capybaras are the world's largest rodent.