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Curran, Kranzusch

Important Dates


  • Applications due Friday, September 12 by 5pm.
  • Election voting takes place on Tuesday, September 16.
  • Elected officers are required to attend training Sunday, September 21 from 6-9pm.

Position Duties


Donít worry if you don't know how to do them all, you will receive training!

Hall Events Committees (HECs) plan events like a work-team. Decisions are made with group discussions. Events are coordinated as a team with everyone doing a little part. These positions help keep us on task & guide the group. All elected officers are required to attend training Sunday, September 22 from 6-9pm.

Hall Chair

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  • Leads all hall meetings.
  • Manages the making of and hanging of all advertisements for HEC.
  • Recruits reps from each floor.
  • Assists with the planning and implementation of HEC events.
  • Meets weekly with the group.

Treasurer

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  • Creates a hall budget.
  • Balances the books monthly.
  • Gives a monthly budget report at the hall meeting.
  • Meets weekly with the group.

Secretary

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  • Takes minutes at each meeting.
  • Distributes minutes to RHA Secretary and Hall Director.
  • Post HEC minutes HEC weekly.
  • Meets weekly with the group.

RHA Representative

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  • Attend weekly RHA meetings.
  • Works on one of the RHA sub-committees.
  • Participate in the RHA carnival.
  • Act as a voice between your hall and RHA.
  • Meets weekly with the group.

Leadership and Events Representative

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  • Attend weekly Leadership and Events meetings.
  • Plan and implement Leadership activities, programs, recognition, and to coordinate social, recreational, and educational activities for all residence hall students.
  • Act at a voice between your hall and the committee.

Campus Change Committee Representative

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  • Attend weekly Campus Change Committee meetings.
  • Conduct research and propose recommendations for all referred issues from the members of RHC.
  • Plan and put on an energy competition in the residence halls for the month of March.
  • Act as a voice between your hall and the committee.

Basic Information


In the box below, please summarize your leadership abilities for voters in 200 words or less. Your response will appear on the election ballot. Please consider the following:

  • What previous leadership experience have you had?
  • Why do you want the position you are running for?
  • What goals do you have for the position?
  • Why should your peers vote for you?