As an on-campus student, you have a variety of opportunities for leadership and involvement. All are wonderful ways to meet people, build strong friendships, improve your community and just have fun! Check into available leadership positions at your hall's front desk.
Participating in K-State ARH gives you an opportunity to be involved in the administration and implementation of policies for the residence halls. Representatives from each hall meet with the K-State ARH executive board to address issues affecting residents. The organization also serves as the student voice to Housing and Dining Services administration. It sponsors campus-wide residence hall activities such as Homecoming, Winter Ball and Spring Fling. Many of these events are coordinated by student planning committees. Student delegations within K-State ARH represent the students living in K-State's residence halls at regional and national conferences. Visit the ARH website to learn more.
National Residence Hall Honorary
NRHH is the only national student honorary that recognizes the top 1 percent of residents who have contributed outstanding service and leadership in the residence halls, while also excelling at academics. New members are selected each spring.
Housing and Dining Ambassadors
This group of residence hall leaders represents the department to prospective students, families and other university constituents. They work to share their positive residence hall experience with others.
Hall Governing Board
Each residence hall has a governing board that administers policies and procedures based on its hall constitution. As a member of the HGB, you will be part of the primary decision making process that plans social, recreational and cultural activities.
Judicial Board members address inappropriate behavior and its effect on others, while ensuring a resident's right to due process. The board holds formal hearings to rule on allegations of hall policy violations.
Undergraduate Student Affairs Club
USAC educates undergraduates about career opportunities in student affairs. Whether students are interested in the housing profession or other areas across a campus community, USAC provides mentoring, guidance and advice. Guest speakers from collaborating offices at K-State are invited to conferences to provide perspective and insight into this field. For additional details, contact your residence life coordinator.