Residential Living Staff

Mark Chaszar, Director of Residential Living

Office: LV8, Alpine
Phone: (432) 837-8189
Fax: (432) 837-8291
E-Mail: mchaszar@sulross.edu

 About Mark:

This is my third year as a Lobo but only part of a nearly 20 year career in university housing.  I came from Houston where I worked in housing for 5 years at Rice Univrsity. I have a Master of Science in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University where my degree focused on student affairs administration in higher education (SAAHE). I also have a Bachelor of Arts in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. Before my career in housing I worked as a research scientist and as a professional academic tutor. This is a wonderful place to work and live with plenty to do! My wife, 2 young daughters and I love Sul Ross and we thoroughly enjoy working and living here in the Big Bend. My door is always open so feel free to drop by!

Amarette Edmonson, Assistant Director

Office: LV8, Alpine
Phone: (432) 837-8419
Fax: (432) 837-8291
E-Mail:

About Amarette:

I’m still pretty new to Sul Ross, but have grown to love the university and the community of Alpine. I’m beginning my second year at SRSU. I love working with college students and always enjoy a great conversation, so feel to stop by my office anytime for a chat.  I attended St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX as an undergrad where I studied Communication and worked as an RA for three years. I’ve also done quite a bit of traveling and love exploring new places. Go Lobos!

Clare Ritzi, Administrative Secretary

Office: LV8, Alpine
Phone: (432) 837-8190
Fax: (432) 837-8291
E-Mail: critzi2@sulross.edu

About Clare:

I have been a lobo for 11 years, as a student, faculty wife, and staff.  I am currently a faculty wife, residential living secretary and a recent Sul Ross graduate.  This is an amazing place to work, learn and live.  We are a small school with a home town feel regardless of where you came from.  Sul Ross always has its’ doors open wide and friendly face to greet you with.  I came here as an undergraduate transfer from a few big state schools as a newlywed.  We were greeted with friendly helpful faces wherever we went on this campus.  Now I am one of the friendly faces you might meet.