UCLA Resident Assistant Interview Questions

Updated Feb 13, 2015
Updated Feb 13, 2015
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at UCLA (Los Angeles, CA) in February 2015.

Interview

5 tables - each table had two questions about a particular topic (ex. self-awareness table, programming table, policy enforcement were a few). Make sure you know a lot about Core 5 and important standards of residential life.

Interview Questions

  • Tell us a time where you made a mistake and what you learned, what is most important in programming (challenges), etc.   Answer Question

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    Resident Assistant Interview

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    Application

    I applied online – interviewed at UCLA.

    Interview

    ORL tries to make their interview process better every year, but usually it consists of a paper application, a class/group interview, and an individual interview. Everyone who's interested fills out an online application (paper application), and they select who will move on to the class. The class is advised by current Resident Directors and Assistants, and you talk about the RA role and you do group presentations. From this class, Resident Directors and RAs can get a better understanding of who the candidates are. Everyone who's taking the class gets an interview. During the interview, you go through a round robin interview process. There are usually five tables, and each table has a Resident Director and RA, and they ask you questions pertaining to different aspects of the Resident Assistant job. In the past years, the topics were programming, teamwork, community, policy enforcement, and self awareness. Everyone takes turns at each table, so you'll get a chance to answer questions for each topic.

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