Residence Hall Leaders
You have a variety of opportunities for leadership and involvement in your hall, floor and wing community. Many student leaders at K-State have their first leadership experience in the residence halls. Whether you're a freshman or a senior, a returner or a new student, you can get involved.
Check into available leadership positions at your hall front desk. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet people, build strong friendships, familiarize yourself with different organizations, improve your community and just have fun!
K-State Association of Residence Halls (ARH)
Participating in 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 ARH executive board to address issues affecting residents. ARH also serves as the student voice to Housing and Dining Services administration.
ARH sponsors campus-wide residence hall activities such as Homecoming, Late Night Breakfast and the American Red Cross blood drive. Many of these events are coordinated by student planning committees.
ARH student delegations represent campus residents at regional and national conferences. Often these conferences provide ARH with information regarding other residence hall programs in the country, as well as invaluable leadership experience.
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
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 demonstrating academic excellence. New members may be selected and inducted each fall and spring.
Housing and Dining Ambassadors
This group of residence hall leaders represents the department to prospective students, families and other university constituents. They share their positive experiences from living in K-State residence halls with others.
Each residence hall community has a council that administers policies and procedures based on its hall constitution, which was written and ratified by residents. As a member of your hall council, you are part of the primary decision-making process that plans social, recreational and cultural activities.