The Office of Residence Life has one full time professional staff member and two graduate assistants, who live on campus along with the students. Because we are such a small office of live-in staff, we are able to make personal connections with students, and provide direct responses to inquiries from current students, prospective students, and their families. Our staff strives to provide an excellent on campus experience for Elms students. Our goal is to provide students a living environment that is welcoming, safe, and fun. We believe each student has the right to sleep, study, and socialize, and are dedicated to ensuring that is the case. We take steps to reach those goals through fostering community development, personal growth, and promoting policy and community standards.

 

Dominick Uguccioni

DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE LIFE
uguccionid@elms.edu

Dominick is a graduate of Springfield College, where he attained his Bachelor’s degree is Applied Exercise Science, and Master of Education in Higher Education Administration. While at Springfield, Dominick was a two sport Athlete, competing in Football and Track and Field, attaining NCAA D III All American status in the Hammer Throw.

As the Director, Dominick works full time in the Office of Residence Life, and also lives on campus to provide students support and maintain presence evenings and weekends. Primary roles include overall administration of the Office of Residence Life, working with the Director of Public Safety on campus security, working with the Director of Facility Operations to maintain comfortable living spaces, and working with the Dean of Students to uphold the Code of Student Conduct.

Taylor Alston

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE LIFE
alstont@student.elms.edu

As the Assistant Residence Director, Taylor works part time in the Office of Residence Life, and also lives on campus to provide students support and maintain presence evenings and weekends. Primary roles include supervision of Resident Advisors, program planning, and assisting with administrative tasks in the office and in the Residence Halls.

Taylor is a recent graduate of Guilford College, where he attained her B.S is Biology with a focus in applied sciences. While a student at Guilford College, Taylor served in many leadership roles as a student mentor, club officer, tutor, and resident advisor. As a current graduate student at Elms College, Taylor is pursuing a degree in Health Sciences with the intent of applying to medical school.

Katelyn Campbell

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE LIFE
campbellka@elms.edu

Katelyn, a native of New Hampshire, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Childhood Studies form Plymouth State University. While learning among the White Mountains, Katelyn worked as a Community Advisor, volunteered in the community with her sorority, and attended the theater as often as possible. Katelyn achieved her Master of Education in Student Personnel Administration from Springfield College while working as a Residence Director.

As the Assistant Director, Katelyn works full time in the Office of Residence Life, and also lives on campus to provide students support and maintain presence evenings and weekends. Primary roles include Resident Advisor recruitment, training, and supervision. Additionally, Katelyn works with campus partners to ensure a safe and inclusive living and learning environment. Katelyn, Dir. Uguccioni, and the Dean of Students work in sync to uphold the Code of Student Conduct.

Thomas Engel

ASSISTANT RESIDENCE DIRECTOR
engelt@elms.edu

Thomas is a recent graduate of Elms College, where he attained his degree from the School of Nursing. While a student at Elms College, Thomas served in many leadership roles. Most prominently, Thomas served as the President of the Student Government Association, and also as a Resident Advisor. As a current graduate student at Elms College, Thomas is pursuing a duel degree for MSN (Master of Nursing Science) and MBA (Master of Business Administration).

As the Assistant Residence Director, Thomas works part time in the Office of Residence Life, and also lives on campus to provide students support and maintain presence evenings and weekends. Primary roles include supervision of Resident Advisors, assisting with administrative tasks in the office and in the Residence Halls, and serving as advisor to the Residence Hall Council (a student leadership group).