St. George Towers

Student Life


This section of the EHS Student Life website will give you a variety of information about the St. George Towers that can help you before you arrive as well as during your stay. You will be able to request room repairs, view events, meet the staff, find local discounts and more. If you have any questions email us at [email protected]. Enjoy!

Meet the Staff

  • Robert Haynes

    Director of Operations

    Robert Haynes

    Director of Operations

    Originally from Charleston, Arkansas, Robert joined EHS in the summer of 2012. A graduate from Arkansas Tech University, he earned both a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in Management and Marketing and a Master of Science in College Student Personnel. Prior to joining EHS, Robert served as a Resident Director at both Union College in Schenectady, NY and William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ.  In his spare time, he enjoys reading in Central Park, catching a show on Broadway, or hitting the tennis courts with friends.

  • Taylor Rogers

    Associate Director of Residence Life

    Taylor Rogers

    Associate Director of Residence Life

    Taylor graduated from Youngstown State University in Ohio with a degree in Psychology and moved to NYC in Fall 2013. While pursuing her Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Taylor quickly became interested in an EHS Resident Advisor position. After graduating with her Master’s degree, Taylor began as a full-time Resident Director for the St. George Towers and Clark residences. Using her interests in people and communication, Taylor enjoys getting to know residents and referring them to lesser known NYC landmarks and great food. Coming from a small Midwest town, she loves helping students adjust to big city living.“With EHS, you have a second family that is always there for you.”       

  • Brendan Mahoney

    Associate Director of Student Life

    Brendan Mahoney

    Associate Director of Student Life

    Brendan is one of the two Residence Directors in Brooklyn Heights.  Having joined the EHS team in the summer of 2015, he works to foster a strong community throughout the St. George.  Focusing on quality programming and student engagement he aspires to have Brooklyn Heights truly feel like home for all residents.  Before EHS Brendan worked at Stony Brook University as a Residence Hall Director.  He graduated from the University of Virginia with his B.A. in Economics and M.Ed. in Higher Education, Student Affairs Practice.  Originally from the D.C. Metro Area, and living on Long Island before coming to work at EHS, Brendan spent most of his free time commuting to the city to visit friends, go to shows, and explore.  He is thrilled to have access to all of the city now just moments from his doorstep!

  • Nidia Peralta

    Resident Advisor

    Nidia Peralta

    Resident Advisor

    Nidia Peralta is a Political Science/Economics Major at St. Francis College and was born in Massachusetts but raised in the Dominican Republic. This now Brooklyn/Bronx native enjoys watching Scandal and her favorite song is Piece by Piece by Kelly Clarkson. Nidia has a weak spot for chocolates, but also enjoys seafood and pasta. Outside of the classroom and work, she enjoys spending quality time with friends and family. Traveling is Nidia’s favorite hobby as she gets to experience other countries and cultures. Her favorite thing to do in NYC is to explore places with diversity; all the different restaurants, neighborhoods and museums. While living in NYC, Nidia urges you to have the maximum experience. Venture out to new places and enjoy all the different activities in the city that never sleeps!

  • Garrison Shepard

    Resident Advisor

    Garrison Shepard

    Resident Advisor

    Garrison Shepard is studying Computer Science at Hunter College and is from Oneonta, NY. Garrison’s favorite movie is Rush Hour and likes to tune into “Jungle” by Drake. Garrison enjoys staying physically fit and heads to the gym on a regular basis. When he’s not working out, he enjoys playing the guitar. Garrison’s favorite thing to do in NYC is visiting new restaurants with friends. He’s interested in exploring parts of NYC that he hasn’t had the luxury of going to yet. Garrison recommends while in NYC that you stay open minded; the city has a lot to offer if you are willing to accept it.

  • Brigid Rattiger

    Resident Advisor

    Brigid Rattiger

    Resident Advisor

    Brigid Rattiger is a Psychology Major attending St. Francis College and was raised in Ronkonkoma, NY. Brigid is a huge Drake fan! To destress, she enjoys running (track superstar since the 6th grade), swimming, reading, and exploring NYC for new food places. Brigid is looking to step out of her comfort zone and trying out new activities such as painting, kickboxing, hot yoga, poetry, and maybe writing. Her favorite part of NYC is finding new food places to post on Instagram, so let her know what yours is when you find one of course. Brigid suggests that you take advantage of all that NYC has to offer. “Don't scroll through the Instagram explore page when you could be out exploring yourself! What I love about living at EHS is the diverse community! You meet so many different people from different schools and internships, which you would never experience in other college dorms. As well as, everyone is super friendly and being in NYC, safety is extremely important but EHS definitely makes that one of their priorities!”

  • Daniel Kaplan

    Resident Advisor

    Daniel Kaplan

    Resident Advisor

    Daniel Kaplan is a Film Business Major at Baruch College and comes to EHS from Robbinsville, NJ. Daniel’s favorite films include Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance. Outside of his studies and movie watching, Daniel enjoys screenwriting, filmmaking, roaming around parks, and riding his bike around town. Daniel was once a Times Square model and has appeared on a Times Square Billboard. Daniel’s future goals include using his time more efficiently. Daniel recommends that you take advantage of your time in NYC and the warm days. He advises you head to the ravine in Central Park, going for long walks and maybe getting a parfait after.

  • Alexander Flint

    Resident Advisor

    Alexander Flint

    Resident Advisor

    Alex Flint is a Forensic Psychology Major at John Jay College of Criminal Justice coming to NYC from Corning, NY. Alex’s hometown is home to the invention of Pyrex which is where the glass on iPhones comes from.  Alex’s favorite movie is the Breakfast Club and he also gets swept into the infamous Law and Order SVU marathons. Outside of movies and TV, Alex enjoys spending time outside running along the West Side Highway trail or people watching in any available park, particularly Washington Square Park. Alex hopes to spend more time at Broadway Shows, concerts, and public events. He recommends that you always try something different in NYC, whether it be a new place to eat or a new place to explore. His favorite thing about EHS is “the connectivity encountered when living here. I have met so many great people from all over the world thanks to EHS.”

  • Carolyn Bakich

    Resident Advisor

    Carolyn Bakich

    Resident Advisor

    Carolyn Bakich was born and raised in Eustis, Florida with her parents and three siblings. She came to New York City to further her Classical Ballet training as well as create new pieces of choreography! Carolyn enjoys exploring the city, going to the movies, and listening to classical music. If she could describe herself in three ways it would be sarcastic, optimistic, and iced coffee addicted.

Student Life Office

55 Clark Street Brooklyn, NY 11201

Contact Information

Located in the Clark Tower


[email protected]

For questions about availability call: 1-800-297-4694

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00am to 10:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm to 8:00pm

Please note, office hours are subject to change.

Arrival Information

You are about to join your fellow EHS residents in one of the world’s greatest hubs of culture and creativity; leading to lasting memories and friendships.

Plan Your Arrival > Suggested Items to Bring >


Help create a safe environment for yourself, and all of our residents and guests, by following these policies throughout your stay.

Residence Code of Conduct Guide >


Learn about upcoming Student Life activities, connect with your community and view pictures from past events by visiting our St. George Towers Facebook group.

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Save money on everything from grocery stores to salons, with our list of NYC deals.

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Community Living


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Laundry Room

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Mail & Deliveries

Review our procedures for mail, packages and food deliveries.

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Mailing Address

55 Clark Street
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Brooklyn, NY 11201

Maintenance & Repairs

Please follow these simple instructions for repairs and maintenance requests.

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Departure Information

While we are sad to see you go, please read through our procedures to ensure a smooth check out.

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Safety & Security

Your security and safety is our top priority. Here you will find important information on who to contact and what to do in case of an emergency.


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