UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Each residence hall has its own Hall Council. Elected by the community members of the hall, these students are responsible for creating a stronger community by providing social educational events and setting standards for hall space and equipment usage. Elections are generally held in September. Students have the opportunity to be elected into the following positions: President, RHA Rep, Admin Coordinator, Programming Chair, and Historian. However, students do not need to be elected to be involved. If a student is interested in helping to make an impact in their community they should talk to one of the hall RAs or attend a regularly scheduled meeting. You can find more information about your community's Hall Council on their FalconSync portal.
Residence Hall Association (RHA) acts as the primary student governing body for residence hall policy, procedures and decision-making. As the umbrella for all other Residence Life student organizations, RHA provides leadership by representing the voice of all on-campus students. Through RHA, students may get involved in a number of leadership positions, committees or regional, local, and national leadership conferences. All residents are encourage to attend RHA meetings and get involved.
The UW-River Falls Chapter of NRHH believes that recognition of others is one of the most important facets of campus life. This organization is made up of the top 1% of student leaders in the residence halls. Its primary function is to recognize outstanding contributions to the residence halls through an “Of the Month” (OTM) award.
Students can submit an OTM nomination through the NRHH website (http://otms.nrhh.org/). All online submissions must be completed before the last day of every month. Recognition is given in the following OTM categories: