Hall Councils

In the residence halls, students are selected to provide effective leadership through their hall council.

When you join your hall council, you will have an opportunity to join a community of leaders and influence where you are living for the academic year. You can become actively involved in addressing issues and planning events at the individual hall level. Involvement your Hall Council also provides you with great opportunities to develop your leadership skills.

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Providing leadership

Hall councils provide leadership in the halls by

  • Working with other hall student leaders (RAs and SMCs) and professional staff to identify and respond to the specific needs of students.
  • Interacting with their peers to promote a living and learning environment that supports healthy community.
  • Planning hall and campuswide programs and activities that emphasize spiritual, intellectual, and social growth.
  • Displaying and modeling the attributes of a healthy and balanced lifestyle in accordance with University expectations.
  • Practicing good stewardship in the allocation and management of the residence hall resources with which they are entrusted.

Resident advisors (RAs)

The position of resident advisor requires a diverse set of skills. Find out more, including how to apply to become an RA.

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