Being selected as a Hall/Area Council President is an honor and position that is respected across campus. We recognize that students selected as Hall/Area Council Presidents serve strictly on a volunteer basis. However, we also value the time and commitment it takes to remain active in the Hall/Area Council. Hall/Area Council Presidents can thus look forward to both tangible and intangible rewards.
By serving as a Hall/Area Council President, a student can expect to gain the following:
- Leadership development
- Improved organizational skills
- Event coordination experience
- Budgeting experience
- Experience advising other students
- Enhanced knowledge of NC State University
- Personal and professional development; references with University officials
As a president you will be responsible for the following duties:
- Shall preside over all regular meetings and all extra meetings of the Hall/Area Council. They are to be familiar with constitutional procedures defined herein, and with procedures for running meetings.
- Shall attend hall meetings.
- Shall make agenda for each Hall/Area Council meeting.
- Shall facilitate discussions and committees for the hall
- Shall meet with their Hall/Area Council adviser and the Inter-Residence Council President
- Shall only vote in the case of a tie, and shall be required to vote to break a tie.
- Shall appoint chairpersons to head any special task forces or committees as necessary.-
- Shall advise and support other student members-
- Shall represent the Hall/Area Council on campus committees and organizations where necessary.-
- Shall be actively involved in the Inter-Residence Council through President’s Round Table, committees, and retreats-
- Shall be required to participate in IRC trainings, view all IRC training materials and serve as an information resource to their Hall/Area Council