You have a variety of opportunities for leadership and involvement in your hall, floor and community. Many student leaders at K-State receive their first leadership experience in the residence halls. Check into available leadership positions at your hall's front desk. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet people, build strong friendships, familiarize yourself with different organizations, improve your community and have fun!
Participating in KSUARH 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 KSUARH executive board to address issues affecting residents. KSUARH also serves as the student voice to Housing and Dining Services administration. KSUARH sponsors campus-wide residence hall activities such as Homecoming, Winter Ball and Spring Fling. Many of these events are coordinated by student planning committees, which are advised by staff members. KSUARH student delegations represent the residents of K-State residence halls at regional and national conferences. Often these conferences provide KSUARH with information regarding other residence hall programs in the country, as well as provide delegates with invaluable leadership experience. Visit the ARH website to learn more.
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 are selected and inducted each spring. Visit the NRHH website to learn more.
Housing and Dining Ambassadors
This group of residence hall leaders represents the department to prospective students, families and other university constituents. They are excited about the positive experience they have had in K-State's residence halls and are willing to share these experiences with others.
Hall Governing Board (HGB)
Each residence hall has a governing board that administers policies and procedures based on its hall constitution. As a member of the HGB, you are part of the primary decision-making process that plans social, recreational and cultural activities.
Future Leaders in Student Affairs (FLSA)
FLSA educates undergraduate students on opportunities available in the field of student affairs. Whether students are interested in going into the housing profession or other areas across a campus community, FLSA provides mentoring, guidance, advice and conference opportunities. Guest speakers are invited from collaborating offices at K-State to provide perspective and insight to this career field. For more details, contact your community coordinator or complete the form below.