professionals to be hired at this time included Bob Massey,
Ray Du Vall, and David Aronson (Hogue, 1986).
According to Dr. Reid Horle, who eventually became the
coordinator of the College Student Personnel program and
worked closely with the hiring of head residents, once younger
individuals with their Masters Degree began to be hired the
head resident title was soon changed to hall director and dormitories began to be referred to as residence halls.
the same time, the Student Development Theory essentially became the central focus of the housing operation (Horle, 1987).
Currently the University exclusively employs individuals
with their Masters in College Student Personnel, or a similar
the operation of their halls, for implementing both educational and recreational programs as well as working with a "quarter
time" assignment in a specific housing related area
Without a shred of doubt, the role of the current day hall director differs drastically from that of the housemother
remained the same throughout for the students residing in
years is the care and concern
that will never change!