Applications for Residential Assistants and Graduate Fellows now open

February 19, 2020

We are now recruiting new Residential Assistants (RAs) and Graduate Fellows (GFs) to join our team in the next academic year. 

Have you ever wondered how the Residential Team assists in the running of our College? Do you want to be part of the team that strives to provide a caring community?

To find out more about this interesting and fulfilling job, and how to apply, do join us for an information session. Do note that in light of COVID-19, each session is set at only 20 attendees:

Tuesday 25th Feb, 8pm, 830pm & 9pm respectively at the Reading Room. Sign up for our info session at

Do note that applications will only open after all our info sessions on 25th Feb! You don't have to attend the info session to apply. This application is separate from OSA’s NUS residence’s RA applications.

For further queries, please contact any of the Residential Team members, or email Thank you.

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