Residence Life Staff

Director / Area Coordinators


Shaydean Saye

Director of Residence Life
Office: 406.657.1051
Email: shaydean.saye@rocky.edu


Jake MacKenzie

Area Coordinator - East Campus
Email: mackenziej@rocky.edu


Ellie Hainsworth

Area Coordinator - West Campus
Email: ellie.hainsworth@rocky.edu


Assistant Residence Hall Directors


Hana Culpepper-Baker

Assistant Residence Hall Director
Email: hana.culpepperbaker@rocky.edu
Hometown: Rockland, Maine
Major: Psychology and Communications
Year: Junior
Favorite thing about RMC: It's a close community.
Advice: Make the best of it.


Megan Logan

Assistant Residence Hall Director
Email: megan.logan@rocky.edu
Hometown: Newcastle, Wyoming
Major: Secondary English Education
Year: Senior
Favorite thing about RMC: The ducks on campus in the spring.
Advice: Know that there is always someone who will help you if you ask.


Anderson Hall Residence Life Staff


Terry Anthony

Hometown: Helena, Montana
Major: Environmental Science with a minor in Business Management
Year in school: Senior
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The dedication faculty and staff have to the success of Rocky students in school and beyond.
Piece of advice for college students: Don't procrastinate! Start and finish assignments early whenever possible.


Lily Buchanan

Hometown: Thompson Falls, Montana
Major: Biology
Year: Freshman
Favorite thing about RMC: The community engagement and outreach coordination, that brings member of the RMC community together.
Advice: When in doubt talk and reach out.


Jorgenson Hall Residence Life Staff


Madison Kline

Hometown: Upton, Wyoming 
Major: Psychology
Year: Senior 
Favorite thing about RMC: Your voice is heard, and you have the ability to create change.
Advice: Figure out who you are and commit to whatever makes you happy.


Rimview Hall Residence Life Staff


Simon Carpenter

Hometown: Glasgow, Montana
Major: Geology
Year: Sophomore
Favorite thing about RMC: Small community and caring atmosphere. Everyone is friendly with each other.
Advice: Use your resources and know when to ask for help, but be sure to to take time for yourself and have fun with the events the campus holds. Also, make friends!


Emma Dobesh

Hometown: Portland, Oregon
Major: Environmental Science
Year: Sophomore
Favorite thing about RMC: The (environmental science program) professors!
Advice: Don't be afraid to ask for help from others, and don't be afraid to set boundaries.


Katilyn Ebers

Hometown: Lee's Summit, Missouri
Major: Environmental Science
Year: Junior
Favorite thing about RMC: The community members who walk their dogs on campus.
Advice: Use the resources available.


Quinn Lincicum

Hometown: Waukesha, Wisconsin
Major: Environmental Science and Geology
Year: Junior
Favorite thing about RMC: Small class sizes and the wonderful teachers!
Advice: Don't make sleep your last priority.


Amber Wagner

Hometown: Spokane, Washington
Major: Elementary Education
Year: Sophomore
Favorite thing about RMC: I really like the close-knit community.
Advice: Believe in yourself, even on your doubtful days.


Widenhouse Hall Residence Life Staff


Alexis DeWitt

Hometown: Billings, Montana
Major: Exercise Science
Year in school: Sophomore
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The diversity.
Piece of advice for college students: Be involved it’s hard to enjoy college when you don't try new things and make new friends.


Sarah Drum

Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona
Major: Equine Science with Pre-Vet Concentration
Year: Sophomore
Favorite thing about RMC: All of the activities that are hosted on/off campus every day.
Advice: Use the college’s resources and don’t be afraid to try new things!


Cassandra Martinez

Hometown: Billings, Montana
Major: Biology and Communications
Year: Sophomore
Favorite thing about RMC: I love how friendly and accepting everyone is.
Advice: Always write down when things are due and what the assignment is.


Aaron Morast

Hometown: Terry, Montana
Major: Small Business Management
Year: Sophomore
Favorite thing about RMC: The small classes so you can get to know everyone.
Advice: Don’t procrastinate.


Matthew Swan

Hometown: Hailey, Idaho
Major: Enviornmental Science
Year: Junior
Favorite thing about RMC: Having a variety of classes and clubs.
Advice: Make sure to do everything you can to prevent procrastination.


Mya Winters

Hometown: Glendive, Montana
Major: Art Education
Year: Junior 
Favorite thing about RMC
: The strong RMC community.
Advice: Go to class, and don't forget about your homework.


Student Custodians


Cameron Henesh

Hometown: American Falls. Idaho
Major: Business and Exercise Science
Year in school: Sophomore
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: Football.
Piece of advice for college students: There’s always someone that wants to see you succeed.


Joel Kaplan

Hometown: Spokane, Washington
Major: Exercise Science
Year in school: Senior
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The art around campus.
Piece of advice for college students: Set a schedule and stick to it.


Night Monitors


Kyle Calles

Hometown: Kalispell, Montana
Major: Business Management
Year in school: Freshman
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College : Giving me a chance.
Piece of advice for college students: Try!


Cal Crouse

Hometown: Helena, Montana
Major: Computer Science
Year in school: Sophomore
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: Small school size. Nice student to teacher ratio.
Piece of advice for college students: Utilize RMC resources and offers as they are available - you paid for them whether you use them or not.


Calista Duthie

Hometown: Hayden, Idaho
Major: Aeronautical Science
Year in school: Sophomore
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The small campus size.
Piece of advice for college students: Don't underestimate the importance of a good nap.


Grace Gilliland

Hometown: Eagle River, Alaska
Major: Equine Science
Year in school: Sophomore
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The close community on campus, especially in intervarsity.
Piece of advice for college students: Work hard during the semester so you don't have to stress about finals, but make sure you have fun so you don't get burnt out.


Jospeh Schlegel

Hometown: Nampa, Idaho
Major: Exercise Science
Year in school: Junior
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The people and the friends that I have made.
Piece of advice for college students: Work hard and it will pay out in the end.


April Wood

Hometown: Richfield, Idaho
Major: Biology and Environmental Science
Year in school: Senior
Favorite thing about Rocky Mountain College: The small class sizes and the hands on programs.
Piece of advice for college students: Take advantage of every opportunity on campus! Getting involved leads to a much greater college experience.

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