Engelhart Community Assistants
Engelhart's Community Assistants (CAs) work with an incredibly diverse group of residents that have come from all over the world to study a variety of disciplines at Northwestern University. Many of the residents in Engelhart are the partners, spouses or children of students.
The role of the CA is to serve students by:
- Presenting educational and social programming
- Serving as a campus resource by responding to inquiries
- Ensuring that good customer service is extended during the evenings and on weekends
- Promoting safety and responsibility by monitoring the facilities
- Assisting students during emergencies or crises
Interested in becoming a CA? Visit the Living@NU website. Duty schedules and contact information (including pager numbers) for the community assistants and student directors are posted at the front desk of Engelhart Hall.
Joseph Hunter, Program Assistant
Joseph Hunter recently joined Northwestern University as a Program Assistant for Graduate Housing. His hobbies are reading, writing, cooking, and avoiding exercise. Joseph was a political science major at Northeastern Illinois University, and attended Roosevelt University in downtown Chicago. He plans to finish his education here at Northwestern in the School of Continuing Studies, and intends to pursue a law degree. Eager to assist Northwestern students, you can find Joseph at the front desk in the Engelhart Office
Joe Minonne, Housekeeping & Maintenance Supervisor
Joe has been the lead housekeeper for Engelhart and McManus for the last five years and he has been at the University for 30 years, including 25 years overseeing the housekeeping of Lake Shore Center on the Chicago Campus.