You don’t have to look beyond your front door to get involved on campus! Here are a few ways on-campus residents make the most of life on campus.
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the representative governing body of all on-campus residents, and works in collaboration with the Department of Residential Life by reviewing and recommending changes in regulations, policies, and physical facilities pertinent and beneficial to students living on campus.
Each residence hall and apartment community has a Community Council – composed of student officers elected by on-campus residents – that represents each hall during RHA general assembly meetings, plans social and educational programs for its community, and works with the community’s professional staff to improve the quality of life for residents.
RHA has several committees open to students, including Advocacy, Leadership Development, Programming, and Sustainability. Contact RHA to get involved or recommend a new council topic.
Dance Marathon at LSU is is LSU's largest philanthropic, student-run organization supporting the children and families of Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital. Each residential community has a team, so join FOR THE KIDS!
Male Leadership Council
Male Leadership Council’s (MLC) mission is to identify and educate students on gender stereotypes, healthy masculinity, and how male leadership impacts college campuses. MLC members seek to inspire change in the LSU campus community while including multiple perspectives in their programming efforts to meet the needs of the diverse population on LSU campus. Learn more about MLC.
Residential Life employs more than 350 students each year in a wide variety of jobs, and one may be perfect for you.
The University Hearing Panel exists to provide students with the opportunity to be actively involved in the educational student conduct process of the university. These panels hear cases of alleged academic and non-academic Code of Student Conduct violations.
Change Facilitators are trained to activate social justice dialogue and programs in the residence halls and develop their own communication, facilitation and diversity skills. Interested students should email Alex Dresen for more information.