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Student Leadership Positions
Following are organizations in which students can get involved, hold leadership positions and begin to build a resume while a student on campus:
Hall Council Executive Positions
Hall Council representatives listen to the concerns of students living in the residence halls and work to improve the quality of life on campus. Their goal is to promote a sense of community pride in the residence hall and to plan activities designed to generate involvement. Hall Council is the first group on campus to allow freshmen to hold executive positions. They are the voice of the students they represent.
Timeline: Elections are generally held at the beginning of September.
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a student organization that was established in 1984. The purpose of this organzation is to govern the Residence Hall Councils on campus and to promote the community of residential students at UNCG. We are sponsored by the UNCG Office of Housing and Residence Life.
RHA serves as a communication line for residential students to meet other residents from the various residence halls on campus, as well as across the state and nation. It is a way for students to become actively involved in the residential community, develop leadership skills, communicate ideas, voice the opinions and concerns of their respective halls, plan both hall and campus activities, and make sure that students have a voice on the policies and issues that affect them.
RHA meetings are held every Monday at 7 p.m. in the Shaw Multipurpose room. See your CRL or RHA representative for more information, or visit the RHA website.
The RHA Executive Board
Following are those who
hold executive positions
for the Residence Hall Association (RHA):
VP Media and MarketingMario Augustinovic
VP ProgrammingMorgan Hudson
VP AdministrationIrene Martin
VP Business AffairsKatherine Joines
National Communications CoordinatorCheyenne Brown