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Leadership Opportunities

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The Restorative Justice Board

Members of the Restorative Justice Board have the jurisdiction to hear and resolve cases involving residents alleged of violating a Residential Life policy.  Board members will be provided with training to help develop the skills necessary for being successful in the position.

The Restorative Justice Board:

  • provides an opportunity for students to serve the SCSU community
  • assists students in developing life-long skills in facilitating and resolving conflicts
  • helps promote civility and citizenship within the St. Cloud State University community

If you are interested, please talk to your hall director.

Community Council

One way to be involved in your hall is to participate in Community Council. It offers you an opportunity to have a voice in what occurs in your community from establishing hall policies to planning fun events throughout the year. Getting involved in community council is a great way to make new friends while gaining valuable leadership skills!

Residence Hall Association (RHA) RHA

The Residence Hall Association is an organization composed of students living within the residence halls. RHA acts as a resource to individual residential communities as well as a channel of communication between those communities to promote programming, provide input on residence hall policies, and encourage attendance at leadership conferences.

Three elected representatives from each hall, the executive board, and any other interested on-campus students make up the group in attendance at weekly meetings. The executive board consists of the President, VP of Internal Affairs, VP of Administration, VP of Finance, National Communications Coordinator, VP of Technology, VP of Philanthropy, and two VPs of Social Affairs.

All on-campus students can run for an RHA representative position in their individual halls, be a general body member, or just participate in RHA sponsored events. Some of these events include Kick Off Week, National and Regional Conferences, Battle of the Hall Stars, Community Council Kick Off, and the Spring Dinner Dance. RHA also works with the Welcome & Finals Kit program as well as the EAGLE scholarship. RHA meets Mondays at 4pm in the Cascade Room in Atwood.

The St. Cloud State University chapter of NRHH represents the top 1% of student leaders living on campus. These leaders have maintained a strong academic focus while devoting extraordinary amounts of time and energy to strengthen their residential communities. New members are inducted each spring based on a nomination process by current NRHH members and Residential Life staff. The SCSU chapter is primarily a recognition based organization. It sponsors recognition activities on campus, and organizes the birthday bash program. It also sponsors an annual scholarship in the spring to acknowledge the hard work and contributions of our top student leaders.

 

Husky HaulersHuskey Helpers

Husky Haulers are a group of upper-class student volunteers who greet students and parents as they arrive at SCSU for their move-in experience. They answer questions, provide direction and assist with unloading vehicles.

Benefits:

  • Move in to your residence hall early (see publicity for specifics)
  • Complimentary Husky Hauler T-shirt
  • Picnic lunch provided on move-in day
  • Volunteer hours on co-curricular transcript

Applications are available online, and at the Residential Life Office (Ervin House) in April.

 

 

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