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To learn more about ways to get involved with IRHC, please contact the IRHC Executive Board or your specific Hall Council. Follow us on our social media pages to stay up to date regarding upcoming programs.



Hall council info sessions are coming soon, mark them in your calendar so you don’t miss out on learning more on the positions! You only have to attend one session to submit a position application online, so choose what fits you or contact us for more information at sgairhc@gmail.com
Session 1: Wednesday, August 30th at 7:00pm in the Cawthon Parlor
Session 2: Thursday, August 31st at 8:00pm in Deviney Hall Lounge
Session 3: Tuesday, September 5th at 7:30 in the Salley Hall (Middle Building)
Session 4: Wednesday, September 6th at 8:30 in the Traditions Hall Lobby
Session 5: Thursday, September 7th at 7:45pm in Oglesby Union 312-313


Position Descriptions
President: Presidents serve as the heads of each Hall Council, working closely with the Hall Council advisor to set the agenda for and preside over meetings. Through this, they help establish the trajectory of the Hall Council. They are also in charge of delegating responsibilities to other hall council members, completing End of Month reports, appointing residents to committees as needed, and attending one Board of Directors meeting per month.

Vice President: Vice Presidents are responsible primarily for fulfilling the duties of the President in their absence and representing their Hall Council to the rest of the campus community. They represent and vote on behalf of their Hall Council at the IRHC Board of Directors meetings, which take place every Monday night at 8:30, serving as a liaison between their Hall Council and the IRHC executive board. They also collaborate with other campus partners to advocate for the needs of their community and take the lead on advocacy initiatives. Depending on the size of the halls represented, a hall or complex may have one or two Vice Presidents.

Treasurer: Treasurers work closely with the Hall Council advisor to create and maintain an accurate budget for the Hall Council. They are responsible for all funds, receipts, and reimbursements for costs of programming or other hall enhancements made by the Hall Council. They must also create and submit a monthly financial report, present monthly budget updates to the rest of their Hall Council, and take the lead on auditing and ordering supplies for the front desk.

Secretary: Secretaries are responsible for keeping official records of Hall Council meetings and programs. They take and distribute minutes from Hall Council meetings to other members and keep an accurate attendance record of Hall Council functions. They are also responsible for creating and distributing marketing materials for Hall Council programs in collaboration with the Historian for their hall, sending social media updates to IRHC’s Assistant Director of Relations, and taking the lead on Homecoming planning.

Historian: Historians are responsible for keeping a photographic record of all Hall Council events and programs. They document events and achievements through photos and videos and are responsible for sending photos to IRHC’s Assistant Director of Relations, compiling a hall scrapbook at the end of each semester, and maintaining a hall bulletin board. They are also responsible for creating and distributing marketing materials for Hall Council programs in collaboration with the Secretary for their hall.

Eco-Reps: Eco-Reps are responsible for creating and coordinating sustainability initiatives and education projects within their residence hall. They must also attend and report to their Hall Councils on bi-monthly meetings with Sustainable Campus in addition to their Hall Council meetings and work with Sustainable Campus on campus-wide sustainability projects.