Carnegie Mellon University

Housefellows at CMU

Housefellows cultivate meaningful, one-on-one mentoring relationships with students in our house communities.

Housefellows are experienced Student Affairs staff members who, along with student staff members, profoundly influence the growth and development of Carnegie Mellon students by creating unique experiences that enhance the academic experience at the university. Students lead the development and implementation of a vibrant, engaging experience through their work as Resident Assistants, Community Advisors, or House Council members, all of whom are advised by the Housefellow.

Housefellows are students' primary extracurricular advocates at the university with strong commitments to the ongoing care of our students. This is demonstrated through their visibility and accessibility throughout the campus community and their ability to respond to student concerns at any time of the day or night. When you arrive on campus, meeting your Housefellow should be one of the first steps you take to begin feeling at home in your residential community.

Meet CMU's Housefellows

Mandy Best

Mandy Best

Donner House, Margaret Morrison Apartments, Roselawn Houses, Spirit House, Woodlawn
Lenny Chan

Lenny Chan

Resnik House
David Chickering

David Chickering

Morewood Gardens, Morewood E-Tower
Alicia Fullilove

Alicia Fullilove

Mudge House
Kaitlyn Hallock

Kaitlyn Hallock

Hamerschlag House
Kristine Kengor

Kristine Kengor

Stever House
Katie King

Katie King

Clyde House, Residence on Fifth, Fifth Neville
Bryan Koval

Bryan Koval

West Wing
Matt Kwiatkowski

Matt Kwiatkowski

Henderson, Scobell, Welch
Eddie Macham

Eddie Macham

Fairfax Apartments
Tera Monroe

Tera Monroe

Boss, McGill
Josh Schaldenbrand

Josh Schaldenbrand

Fifth and Clyde House
photo of Daniela Somaroo

Daniela Somaroo

Shady Oak, Highlands, Neville Apartments
Sam Waltemayer

Sam Waltemeyer

Greek Housing