In University Housing, we recognize that community involvement supports students' personal and academic success in college. Here are some great opportunities to connect with residents, develop your leadership, and enrich life in the residence halls.
It is the mission of the Inter-Residence Hall Council, as a bureau of SGA and affiliate of University Housing, to create a sense of community among residential students at FSU. Through hall councils, IRHC creates quality and efficient programming for students living on campus and develops a seamless campus experience. IRHC also represents residential students to the campus and Tallahassee community, as well as to state, regional, and national conferences. In this way, IRHC provides leadership, advocacy, and community development to residential students.
The list of Hall Council positions and their duties are as follows:
Equity and Inclusion Rep:
More information about positional duties and the organization can be found within our by-laws here
In order to be eligible for a position as a Hall Council Officer, students must:
Additionally, you can join a hall council as a floor representative at any point in the year. The maximum number of floor representatives per council is dependent on the number of hall council members. A floor representative is a volunteer who works alongside the hall council on event planning and fulfilling other duties as needed. This is a great position for those who want to be involved but cannot commit entirely to the hall council, or those who did not get elected to their desired position. If you are interested in becoming a floor representative for your respective hall council, please email: email@example.com with your inquiry.
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The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) represents the top 1% of student leaders living on campus at Florida State University. With affiliated chapters all over the nation, our goal is to gather excellent student leaders in efforts to better the University Housing community. Being a member of our Garnet and Gold Chapter will enhance your professionalism, leadership skills, community service participation, and recognition of others while increasing your network of like-minded peers across campus. Follow us on Instagram, @fsunrhh to learn more!
The Residential Conduct Board is a group of on-campus students trained to hold informal hearings involving violations of the Florida State University Student Conduct Code and Guide to Residence Living. The Conduct Board actively upholds University Housing policies to maintain a safe and responsible campus community. The Residential Conduct Board provides a unique opportunity for students to serve the community by promoting civility and accountability within the residence halls. This is a great leadership opportunity for those residential students interested in pursuing a career in law or government.
The Office of Student Organizations and Involvement at Florida State University is more than just a place. The Office of Student Organizations and Involvement serves as a guide for Florida State students in molding and creating their FSU experience.
The Office of Student Organizations and Involvement believes that student involvement outside of the classroom contributes to important learning gains and a well rounded college experience that prepares students for life after graduation.
Florida State University has over 600 Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus. Find out more about the different student organizations and how to get involved on Nole Central.
The Division of Student Affairs collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create welcoming, supportive and challenging environments that maximize opportunities for student learning and success. Through high quality programs and services, the Division staff facilitates student development, celebrates differences, and promotes civic and global responsibility.