Regis Residence Hall Councils are an opportunity for residential students to take ownership of and have advocacy in their living environment and college experience. Currently, Regis Resident Hall Councils exist in Angela and Domitilla Hall. In each RRHC, students from that specific community serve as the voice for the hall and the students within it. During the fall semester, elections are held in each building to elect the officers for the RRHC that year.
The students serving on Hall Council maintain an active partnership with the Office of Residence Life in order to host events within the residence halls and advocate for desired change within their community. Students participating in hall council will gain valuable leadership experience, build relationships with students and staff, develop advocacy skills, and create and implement campus events. More information for those interested in participating on hall council.
Students in Regis' Honors Program live in community to build and foster academic engagement and civic responsibility in the residence halls. First-year students live on one floor in Angela Hall to begin the connect to the program and their class' cohort of students. Upper class students are required to live with another student in the Honors Program in College Hall. Throughout the year, these learning communities become active members of the university community through educational presentations, community service opportunities, and informal programming.