Positions

Each residence hall council elects the following positions:

President: The hall president is the chief executive of the hall council with ultimate responsibility for its duties and actions. The president will preside over all hall council meetings, special sessions, and meetings of the executive officers and will administer hall council in an official capacity.

Vice president of finance and administration: The hall VP of finance and administration shares with the president in the leadership of the hall council and is in charge of the hall’s finances. This student officer is responsible for representing the needs and concerns of the hall to the Residence Hall Coordinating Committee and to the Office of Residence Life.

Residential advocacy director/senator: The hall residential advocacy director/senator (hereafter RAD/senator) shall fulfill the duties of an ASSP senator, per the ASSP constitution. He or she will report the activities of the ASSP Senate to the hall council. The RAD/senator shall be responsible for representing the needs and concerns of the hall to the ORL, ASSP, and the broader SPU community.

Public relations director: The hall public relations director shall advertise and inform residents and the general SPU public of upcoming hall and campus events.

Social justice director/intercultural coordinator: The social justice director/intercultural coordinator (hereafter SJD/IC) shall initiate, facilitate, and coordinate diversity and social justice efforts within the hall and will serve as a resource for residents and hall council, providing connections, support, and diversity resources in conjunction with Residence Life and ASSP. The SJD/IC shall be responsible for creating a collaborative relationship between the hall councils and ASSP on the topic of diversity, generating awareness about inclusive programming and leadership on campus, providing educational opportunities for students to engage in the University’s Diversity Initiative, and bringing a multicultural perspective to residence hall programming that celebrates all members of the SPU community.


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