Undergraduate Assistant Hall Directors

The UAHD job is a crucial part of our Residential Life system. UAHDs assist the Hall Director in each of our large halls with staff supervision and training as well as advising the hall council. This is a great opportunity for students who are looking into the Student Affairs field or just looking to increase their leadership skills.



Keli Poirier

"My name is Keli Poirier and I am a Senior Athletic Training Major.  I am working with the UNH Men’s Ice Hockey Team as a Student Athletic Trainer. After graduation I am planning on attending grad school to obtain my Master’s in Athletic Training. I was an RA at Jessie Doe Hall for 2 years, and lived at Serc C or better known now as Haaland Hall my freshman year. I enjoy being the UAHD for Stoke Hall and have an amazing staff. Before working with the Hockey team, I loved attending home games. I also enjoy baking, playing soccer, and spending time with my friends, and my staff. I have truly enjoyed my time at UNH and hope you will as well!"-Keli Poirier - Stoke Hall



Kristi Leclerc



"My name is Kristi Leclerc and I'm a senior sociology major from Lebanon, Maine.  I was an RA in Alexander Hall for two years,and lived in Alexander as a first year student as well!  I'm very excited to be working in Williamson Hall during my last year at UNH.  I'm currently in the process of applying to graduate schools for a masters degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration.  I love to read (especially Harry Potter), blog, drink lots of coffee, go to UNH hockey games, travel to new places, and spend time with friends.  Here's to a great year!"-Kristi Leclerc - Williamson Hall






Lindsay Goldsmith


"Hello everyone! My name is Lindsay Goldsmith and I am a Music Education major with a focus in voice. I am originally from Keene, NH, but I am so excited to be living in the Upper Quad with all of the fantastic residents for the next year! For the past two years, I was a RA in Stoke Hall.  When I am not in the PCAC (Paul Creative Arts Center), around the UQ, or teaching a fitness class at the Whit, I enjoy spending time with my friends, skiing, cooking, watching Netflix, reading and spontaneously breaking into song. I am so looking forward to this next year as the UAHD in the UQ!  Feel free to stop by anytime!" - Lindsay Goldsmith - Upper Quad Halls


Haley Olszowy



"Hey there! My name is Halie, and I am so excited to be the UAHD for Christensen Hall this year! I will be entering as a senior year this fall, studying sociology and business administration. I am a born and raised New Hampshire native, but absolutely live for the thrill of traveling. I also am passionate about cooking, running, and crafting. I was an RA for two years, one year in the Upper Quad and another year in Alexander. I love working with freshmen students and can’t wait to see what this year in Christensen will bring! X-sen Pride!" -Haley Olszowy - Christensen Hall


This 20 hour/week, non-benefits job currently runs from mid-August (date yet to be determined) to a few days after closing in May and includes:

The UAHDs gain valuable leadership and supervision skills that would be a great asset for heading out into the job market or continuing on to graduate school.

Ideally, candidates for the UAHD position would be entering their senior year at UNH and will have completed one or two years of the RA job. But anyone is encouraged to apply. This position is not available to graduate students.

"We are excited about this position. We are able to promote successful RAs from our staff into these positions." - Scott Chesney, Director