Life Pacific College: Established in 1923

Residence Life

Living on campus is an experience! Each of the four residence halls house about 80 students. Each floor is staffed with a Resident Assistant who serves as a resource for their residents, addressing emergencies, enforcing policies, and coordinating activities. Some fun activities can range from Donut Man study breaks to prayer meetings and game nights where residents can get to know one another. All students under the age of 21 are required to live in the Residence Halls. Learn more about what it is like to live on campus.

Meet the Team

George Bostanic

Director of Residence Life

My wife Brittney and I are so excited to serve and lead the residence life program here at Life Pacific College. Living on-campus can be such a powerful and transformational time in a student’s life. I truly believe that students are developed holistically when they are learning both in and outside the classroom. Living on-campus, you learn what it means to live in a rich community with other students who are going through the same journey alongside you. It gives students the opportunity to hear and discover others perspectives, stories, and cultures in ways that they have never experienced before. The goal for our residence life program at Life Pacific College is to learn how to live life faithfully in everything we do no matter how big or small the task. 

Kristen Zimmermann

Resident Director

Kristen is an LPC alumni, originally from Stanwood, Washington, and has served previously as a Resident Advisor. Kristen has her Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. She is known for being adventurous and loves serving the Office of Residence Life.

Rick Meyer

Resident Director

Megan Brooks

Resident Director

Megan is so excited to be serving the students at LPC in Residence Life! She graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and is currently working on her Master’s in Leadership Development. In her spare time, Megan loves leading worship with her husband James, doing headstands in a yoga class, and eating crisp apples.

Meet the Resident Assistants

Carissa Ortega

Chelsea Brown

Yakima, WA

Crystal Luque

Bellflower, CA

Danielle Burns

Chino, CA

Elizabeth Sotelo

Downey, CA

Lizzy King

San Diego, CA

Nathan Giles

Roseville, CA

Rodrigo Rodriguez

Los Angeles, CA

Saher Shenouda

Cairo, Egypt

Skyler Gonzales

North County San Diego, CA

Taylor Armienti

Livermore, CA

Meet the Resident Coordinators

Ian Atendido

La Palma, CA

Yesenia Garcia

Chicago, IL

Newcomers to the residence halls get plenty of support. Quad leaders live in quads with 5 or 6 freshmen and/or transfer students and serve as informal organizers, guides, and advisers. All incoming students are assigned to single gender residence floors (all men or all women).

Get Involved

Residence Life gives you a unique ministry opportunity to serve and lead in the LPC community. This hands-on position gives you practical leadership skills that will benefit you as a student and leader. If you are interested and committed to serving, growing, and enhancing the atmosphere of our campus, apply to be an Resident Assistant or a Quad Leader today!

Read more about the Resident Assistant position.
Read more about the Quad Leader position.

Apply Now

To apply to be a Quad Leader or Resident Assistant, please fill out an application online.

Application due dates:

  • Resident Assistant: Wednesday, February 5.
  • Quad Leader: Friday, March 4.

If you have any questions about any of these positions, please feel free to contact George Bostanic, Kristen Zimmermann, or any of the current RAs.

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