Madelaine Eulich, assistant director of residential life, will be leaving her position at the College at the end of the academic year to pursue other opportunities.

This was her first year at the College.

Eulich, who replaced Chris Rossi ’10, became aware of the opportunity to be assistant director of Residential Life when she attended Bowdoin reunion with a friend and reconnected with Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Jarrett Young, a classmate of hers from high school. Young has also announced that he is leaving at the end of the year.

Previous to coming to Bowdoin, Eulich worked in high school advising, as an English instructor in France and for a gap year program in Senegal.

In an email to the Orient, Eulich wrote that while she has loved serving as a mentor and advisor here, she is looking for something that fits her more "holistically."

"I’m excited to finish out the year at Bowdoin and take full advantage of being in such a special place with wonderful students and staff, and I’m also excited to figure out my next steps," she wrote.

The search for her replacement in will begin this spring. Mary Pat McMahon, the current director of Residential Life,  recently announced that she is leaving the College after Spring Break to become the dean of student affairs at Tufts University.