Getting involved on the UNC campus!
Getting involved on campus has never been easier! The Department of Housing & Residential Education encourages and promotes residence hall students to get involved in floor, hall, and campus activities. As a resident in our community we want you to get involved. More importantly, there is meaning behind your involvement. As a residence hall student we want our students not only to have fun social opportunities, but participate in activities that aid in the discovery of educational experiences, diversity awareness, and community service initiatives.
Ways to get involved:
- Floor Council - Each floor has a council that assist the RA’s by addressing floor issues, creating a newsletter, creating exciting bulletin boards, assisting with the creation of floor activities, and much more. If you are interested in joining floor council, talk to your Resident Assistant and they will give you all the information you need.
- Hall Council - By joining hall council you serve a population ranging from 100 to 600 students. The hall council is led by a strong core group of hall council members that are strong student leaders within the hall. In hall council you can expect to plan large scale activities such as battle of the bands, karaoke nights, video game tournaments, formals, etc. Beyond the fun activities, hall council is the voice for the students in the hall; therefore, issues are discussed and decisions are made that help to improve the halls. If you are interested in joining hall council talk to your Hall Director and they will give you all the information you need.