We're here to make sure your residential life experience at Franklin Pierce is rewarding, safe and fully-integrated with all aspects of living and learning in a liberal arts community. You will meet two types of staff in your residence hall. Each has a role in helping students adjust to college life and make the most of residential, social and academic life at Franklin Pierce.
A Residence Director (RD) is a professional staff member that lives in the residence halls and oversees the development of their residents. Each has the experience and skill to supervise, provide leadership and act as a role model for their respective staffs. Residence Directors are responsible for establishing a civil and respectful living community while promoting student involvement in the University community. They also serve as a Student Conduct Officer and are responsible for meeting with their residents when alleged policy violations occur.
A Community Assistant (CA) is a carefully selected upper-class student leader who assists in developing a community. CA's fulfill many roles including programmer, administrator, and policy enforcer. They are familiar with the University's goals, services, policies and procedures. Community Assistants are directly supervised by the Residence Directors.
Monday- Friday: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Appointments can be scheduled on the phone at
The Residential Life Office is located in the lower plaza level of New Hampshire Hall.
|Assistant Dean of Student Affairs|
Kat grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA and graduated from Towson University with her undergraduate degree in Graphic Design and Art History prior to pursuing her graduate degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington. Kat has been working in Residential Life since she was an undergraduate student leader at Towson. Kat's passions within Residential Life include; developing learning communities, facilitating student leadership programs and recognizing the success of students. Kat continues to look forward to meeting students who choose to join the Franklin Pierce University community.
|Assistant Director of Residential Operations|
Dan grew up in Vermont and attended New England College where he earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a graduate degree in Organizational Leadership. While in college, Dan was involved with Student Activities, Student Government, Residence Life and the AmeriCorps Program. Prior to coming to Pierce, Dan worked in Residence Life at colleges/universities in Maine and Vermont. In his free time, Dan enjoys hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing, lounging around in a hammock and attending the wide variety of campus events at Franklin Pierce.
|Assistant Director of Residential Education|
Colin grew up in Connecticut and attended Central Connecticut State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a Focus in Mathematics. While at CCSU he was a Resident Assistant for two years and a Senior Resident Assistant for one. He began his professional Residence Life career at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh NY where he obtained his Master’s in Business Administration. Colin enjoys going on hikes, taking pictures, going to local breweries, and lounging around his apartment with his partner and their cat Rocco.
|Residence Director of New Hampshire Hall|
Born and raised in Nigeria. Hometown Lynn, Massachusetts. he graduated from North Shore Community College in 2016 with my associate degree in Health Science.
Then, attended University of Southern Maine to pursue his bachelor’s degree in Health Science and a graduate degree in Leadership Studies. While at the University of Southern Maine, he was involved with student activities and was a co-founder of the student event association club. During his undergrad career, he worked as an Admission Ambassador and then became a Graduate Assistant in the Office of Admission while working towards my graduate degree. Sheddy also worked for the office of Residential Life as a Resident Assistant for three years.
Sheddy loves to be active and enjoys playing soccer, tennis, ping pong, basketball, and football. He appreciates traveling and being able to see/experience different parts of the world. Sheddy recently discovered an enjoyment for hiking mountains and feeling like he is on top of the world.
|Residence Director of Mt. Washington Hall|
Kaedynne grew up in upstate New York before moving to New Hampshire. She attended Cazenovia College where she graduated with a Bachelor’s in Biology. While she was there, she was involved in Residence Life, the Campus Activities Executive Board, the All-College Honors Program, Caz’s IHSA/IDA Varsity Equestrian Team, and several other honor’s societies and clubs prior to graduating in May 2017. She then moved on to graduate with a Master’s in Student Affairs Administration and a Master’s in Public Administration from Binghamton University in May 2020. While at Binghamton, she was an Assistant Residential Coordinator with the Residence Life Department for three years and a Graduate Assistant for Enrollment and Recruitment in the College of Community and Public Affairs for a year. In her free time, Kaedynne like to play with her cat named Zoey, kayak, color, and ride horses. This is her first year at Franklin Pierce and she’s excited to be a part of Raven Nation! INSERT
|Residence Director of Edgewood Hall, Northwoods and Mountainview Apartments|
Tausey grew up in Pennsylvania and attended Juniata College where he earned his undergraduate B.S. degree in Biology and Psychology with an Emphasis in Neuroscience. In college Tausey was involved with research and athletics and raced Category 1 cycling. This is Tausey’s second year at Franklin Pierce, and he is pursuing an M.B.A. in Health Administration. In his free time, he enjoys biking, snowboarding, hiking, and being outdoors.
|Residence Director of Lakeview Townhouses and Sawmill Apartments|
Camille is from Windsor, CT and attended Franklin Pierce University. She received a B.S. in Health Sciences and an M.B.A. in Health Administration. During her undergrad, Camille worked for Campus Recreation, participated in intramurals and Raven Cheer, and attended Alternative Spring Break trips. She is in her fifth year working for Res Life and is excited to get to know students through events and engagement on campus.