The Campus Village was completed in 1998, and this facility features apartment-style living for 96 students. Each apartment has 4 private bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and a common kitchen and living room. There are also two units specifically designed for students with disabilities. Students residing in the Campus Village are required to have at least the Preferred Meal Plan.
Hello! My name is Jen Cochran and I’m the Head Community Advisor in the Village Apartments for the 2019-2020 academic year. I serve over the 07s-12s apartments in the village. I have served in Housing and Residence Life for the past three years and have held the positions as RA, CA, and now HCA. I’m a senior from Wilmington, OH majoring in Education and Mathematics with minors in Chemistry and Biology.
I became an RA because I enjoy helping people. I wanted to serve as a resource for my peers to help ensure that their experience at WC is the best it can be. I also enjoy creating happy and healthy communities on campus for our residential students.
Kameron Rinehart, 21 of Fayette County, Ohio is a Senior Agriculture Business major here at Wilmington College graduating in May of 2020. Kameron is highly involved on campus serving as the 2019-2020 Student Body President, Vice President of the Student Philanthropy Council, Executive Board member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Community Advisor, and member of the Commencement, Student Life, and Judicial Committees.
Outside of Wilmington College, Kameron serves his community on Fayette County Farm Bureau Board of Trustees, Miami Trace FFA Alumni Advisory Council, and the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Young Agricultural Professionals State Committee. Kameron is a member of the Board of Directors for Lambda Chi Alpha International Fraternity, where he serve all undergraduate and alumni members.
Following graduation in May, Kameron will be attending The Ohio State University to pursue a Masters degree in Agricultural Communications, Education, and Leadership with a focus in International Agriculture and Leadership. Kameron’s hopes are to one day earn his PhD and serve as a faculty member at a land grant university to be a Professor of International Agriculture and Leadership.