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Rich Sigal, Resident Director of Mortimer Hall

Mortimer Hall
585-395-2358 rsigal@brockport.edu

Undergraduate Degree:

B.S. in Cell Biology and Neuroscience, minor in Psychology, Rutgers University

Graduate Degree:

M.Ed. in College Student Affairs, Rutgers University

Hometown:Monroe Township, NJ

Number of Years Working at Brockport: Since August, 2011

What do you love about Brockport?

The great sense of community – you feel part of the Brockport family instantly and have so many opportunities to build great relationships between faculty, staff, and students.


What's the best part of your job?

Working closely with amazing students, student staff, and colleagues.  I appreciate that I have an opportunity to develop strong positive relationships with the students in my building, and I learn so much from the other incredible professionals I have the privilege to work with.

What do you do for fun?

  • Swimming
  • Running
  • Traveling
  • Watching my favorite sports teams (New York Yankees, New York Giants, Rutgers Football & Basketball)
  • Spending time with family and friends
  • Learning and experiencing new things.

Any advice for first year students?

Don’t be afraid to take on new challenges!  College is the time in your life where you get to explore the world around you and begin to explore how you will impact it.  Whether it is joining a club or sport, finding a job that interests you, or studying abroad, take advantage of the time you have outside of the classroom to find out what you are passionate about.  Remember to surround yourself with positive people in the process.

Most memorable program at Brockport :

Although it is difficult to choose one particular event, as a first generation American, having the opportunity to witness a Naturalization Ceremony was a memorable experience.

Favorite Quote:

“With realization of one's own potential and self-confidence in one's ability, one can build a better world.” – Dalai Lama

Member of :

  • ACPA
  • NACADA
  • NASPA
  • ACUHO-I
  • CSPA-NYS