- Area of Focus (40% - 50% of the time allotted)
Each Resident Fellow has an "area of focus" (AoF) which supports the House System in a specific way and is unique to each Resident Fellow. Common AoFs include supporting student government, interhouse competitions, program assessment, and house professor program support.
All Houses will have an Interhouse Council AoF, a student government AoF, and a Program Assessment AoF. The fourth AoF role will be determined by the House Leadership team to support the unique needs of each House.
- Social and Academic Programming (40% - 50% of the time allotted)
Resident Fellows have unique academic access to many departments on campus. Each RF is expected to produce programming for the house with specific emphasis on their academic pursuits. This can include but is not limited to inviting professors to the House for talks and dinners, presenting their research to the house, and supporting academic programs initiated by other House members. RFs also support the social programming for the house by attending student government meetings, initiating social programs, and meeting with students one on one.
- Leadership Meetings (10% - 20% of the time allotted)
Each RF is expected to attend weekly meetings with other leadership stakeholders of their house to plan for and respond to the needs of the community. RFs attend a weekly staff meeting with the Undergraduate Advisor (UGAS) led by the Assistant Director of the House. RFs also meet regularly with Program Coordinators, House Professors and the Assistant Directors of the house in groups and one on ones as directed by the House Professors and Assistant Directors.