A great way to get involved in your residence hall is by joining your Hall Council. As a Hall Council, students have the opportunities to plan programs and events, and act as a voice for their hall in campus and residence life decisions.
If you are interested in joining your residence hall’s Hall Council, executive positions are available for election at the beginning of the school year, with specific roles to lead and guide hall councils through events. The available executive positions are listed below. An application will be available for those interested in them that will open on August 1st, and applications will close on August 31st. Candidates will be allowed to campaign for positions they are running for from August 31st to September 6th. Elections are on RamLink on September 6th, and the results will be announced on September 7th.
All Hall Council Executive members are expected to attend the SLP Welcome Meeting on August 13th at 7pm in Durrell, and Fall Hall leadership retreat at the CSU Mountain Campus September 16th through 17th.
Additional information will be available at info sessions on August 22nd at 6pm, in every residence hall. Information about info session locations will be made available during move-in.
If you are interested in joining your residence hall’s Hall Council, the executive positions that will be available are:
- President, the person who runs the meetings and represents the hall council to other organizations
- Vice President, the person that writes minutes for meetings, maintains a roster of members, and leads advocacy efforts within the halls
- Treasurer, the person who handles the funds and purchases of the Hall Council
- Programming Coordinator, who coordinates and directs all program and event plans
- Spirit Chair, who coordinates spirit and tradition events, including, but not limited to, athletic spirit events
- RHA Senator, who attends RHA Meetings and reports between RHA and their Hall Council about upcoming events and legislation. Every Hall Council has at least 3 RHA Senators, and can have more depending on their population.
- NRHH Representative, who attends NRHH Meetings and reports between NRHH and their Hall Council about upcoming events and ways to recognize and serve the campus better. Each Hall Council has 3 NRHH Representatives.
Hall councils represent the student leadership within the residence halls. Each hall has its own hall council, with Durward and Westfall joined in one council that serves the entire Towers Community; Aspen, Engineering, and Honors serving on one council for the entire Academic Village complex; and Alpine and Pinon serving on one council for the entire Laurel Village complex.
Comprised of student leaders, hall councils work to create a community within the residence halls by planning engaging programs for residents to participate in. These councils also serve as the voice of their represented hall(s) by presenting the concerns of the residents of said hall(s) to the Residence Hall Association.
Serving on a hall council is an opportunity offered to students living within the residence halls and provides a unique leadership opportunity within a community that is comprised of mostly first year students. There are also many leadership development opportunities offered throughout the year, such as the fall retreat to CSU’s Mountain Campus.
Click on the tabs below to find when your hall council meets and how to get involved!
Academic Events Crew meets in the Aspen Hall Conference Room.
Academic Village’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Jenny Olson
Allison Hall Council, also known as S.W.A.T. (Students Working in Allison Together) meets in the Allison lobby.
Allison Hall’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Crickette Miller
Braiden Hall Council meets in the Braiden lobby.
Braiden Hall’s Student Leadership Liaison is Cheyanne Hope
Corbett Hall Council, or EPIC (Event Programming In Corbett), meets in the Corbett Lounge.
Corbett’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Vladimir Munoz
Edwards Hall Council meets in Edwards Conference Room 8 (E-08)
Edwards Hall’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Lauren Rodgers
Ingersoll Hall Council meets in the Ingersoll Lobby.
ingersoll Hall’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Isabelle Clement.
Laurel Village Hall Council meets Wednesday evenings at 5pm in the Pavilion Seminar Room
Laurel Village’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Morgan Crump
Newsom Hall Council, or the Department of Newsom Affairs (DNA), meets in the Newsom Event Center.
Newsom Hall’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Wes Taylor.
Parmelee Hall Council meets in the basement study room.
Parmelee Hall’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Hannah Cowie.
Summit Hall Council meets in the Summit Conference Room.
Summit Hall’s Student Leadership Program Liaison is Erin Krigger.