Staff Contacts

Residence Life Administration

The Residence Life staff is responsible for health and safety, extracurricular programs, and housekeeping services in all five residence halls. Our main office is located in Thomas Hall 502, and we’re open days and evenings to fit in with your schedule. Drop in and say hi!

  1. Laura Mojica

    Laura Mojica

    Residential Success CoordinatorResidence Life718-862-8084LEE 625
  2. Gracelyn A Owusu Yeboah

    Gracelyn A Owusu Yeboah

    Area CoordinatorResidence LifeTHO 510
  3. Eric Rivera

    Eric Rivera

    Director of Residence LifeResidence Life

Residence Hall Staff

Residence Life has full- and part-time professional staff in every residence hall. Resident directors and area coordinators, along with student staff known as resident assistants (RAs) and Learning Community Assistants (LCAs), work with students during day and evening office hours. Members of the Residence Life staff are on call for emergencies at all times (students can contact an RA or call Public Safety if urgent help is needed).

  • Area coordinator (AC): manages the administrative and daily operations for each residence hall. Maintaining daytime office hours with frequent evening involvement, these student life professionals collaborate with other offices such as Physical Plant or Student Financial Services to assist students.
  • Residential Success Coordinator (RSC): The Residential Success Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the planning and implementation of the Residence Life program at Manhattan College. Programs under this staff member's purview include student staff hiring and training, living-learning, and themed communities, and traditional programming.
  • Resident Assistants (RAs): students living on the floor with their peers. RAs are particularly attuned to student needs. They serve two main areas: first, they promote an atmosphere conducive to academic achievement, exciting social growth, and development of personal and group responsibilities; second, they assist individual residents personally or through appropriate referrals with academic, personal and social issues that college students typically face.
  • Learning Community Assistants (LCAs): LCAs work to implement community-wide and topical programming for students living on campus including wellness themed, academic, interpersonal, and community development. They live in the residences and work with the professional staff to ensure the creation of proactive, supportive communities.

For individual housing concerns, please contact the building-specific staff listed below:

Horan and Chrysostom Halls

Gracelyn Yeboah - Area Coordinator 



Lee & Jasper Halls

Jonathan Goldenberg