Staff Resources

Staff Resources

 

POLICIES & PROCESSES

RLOP 1: Attendance & Leave

RLOP 03: Employee Dress/Uniform Policy

RLOP 10: Sexual Harassment

RLOP 20: KEY POLICY

ALL POLICIES

The staff Process Manual can be found at G:\Public\Process Manual. 

IT HELP DESK REQUESTS FOR STAFF USE

 

IT ACCESS CHANGE REQUEST

Use this request form to notify IT of what Tiger Card, g drive, maximo, etc. access employees need to have added or removed.

IT GENERAL HELP DESK TICKET

Use this form to submit a general help ticket to the Residential Life IT Help Desk. 

If you need to contact the Res Life IT Help Desk directly, email reslifehelp@lsu.edu or call 225-578-0560.

GROK

GROK Knowledge Base is LSU's online support environment.

 

STAFF NEWSLETTER

The monthly Res Life staff newsletter is a catch all for everything staff needs to know, celebrations, and more.

MOST RECENT NEWSLETTER

Submit to the newsletter

 

 


WEBSITE UPDATES

If you have a website edit or update or would like something added to the "News & Events" calendar, please email the Communications Team. 

REQUEST WEBSITE UPDATE

FEATURED RES LIFE TIGER

 KGC 

 

Kate Gannon-Cullinan, Associate Director of Staffing & Operations is from the south side of Chicago, Illinois. She attended North Central College in Naperville, IL where she was a student-athlete playing volleyball and softball. Entering her sophomore year, Kate became a resident assistant which was her first position in Residential Life.

After graduating with her Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Communication and Marketing with a minor in Studio Art, Kate then furthered her education at Washington State University where she received a Master’s in Higher Education Administration. Transitioning out of grad school, Kate continued her career at Old Dominion, Washington State, Loyola, and Northwestern University.

In 2018, Louisiana State University became Kate’s new home. Kate’s favorite part of being a part of LSU’s Res Life is recruitment. “I’m learning more in my role here, more than I’ve learned in any other positions.” She enjoys helping staff find what they're passionate about and how to become successful in it. “At recruitment level this allows me to see what others are excited about up front, which excites me.”

Kate is the most recent recipient of the 2019 Mid-Level Community of Practice Outstanding Contributions to Mid-Level Professionals Award. Under the guidance of the American College Personnel Association, it is the leading comprehensive student affairs association that advances student affairs and engages students for a lifetime of learning and discovery. The ACPA Mid-Level Community of Practice is the home for mid-level professionals in student affairs and higher education.

On Kate’s off days she can be found biking, gardening, hanging out with her husband or playing with her puppy Princess.