Getting involved on campus provides students with the chance to meet people, have fun, and even learn a thing or two. Learn more about ways to get involved by reaching out to building community centers, hall staff, or the Center for Student Involvement.
EcoReps is a program for students who would like to blend their interests in sustainability with a desire to develop some valuable leadership skills—all while living in a residence hall community.
Stampede Camp is a three-day experience for incoming students living within the residence halls. It's a great way for incoming first-year students to find their place at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Residence Hall Association
CU Boulder RHA is a student-run organization dedicated to advocating for the interests and welfare of residence hall students, while also providing opportunities for their personal growth and development. It is an organization of students committed to developing leadership, honoring diversity, recognizing achievement, promoting scholarship, as well as stimulating engagement and involvement among students who reside in the residence halls. Through legislation, fair representation from each hall and open discussion of issues facing students, the Residence Hall Association acts as the voice of students living in the residence halls to the university and the administration.
National Residence Hall Honorary
The purpose of National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is to provide recognition for students and staff in the residence halls that have demonstrated exemplary leadership and who have made outstanding service contributions to their communities, CU and beyond.
Community Councils are student government bodies that are part of each residence hall, and they are open to any student living in the halls. Students can run for an official seat or attend meetings as a community member. The councils plan and produce events and programs, review and create legislation to advocate for residence hall students and help develop hall identity and tradition.
Being a council member can be a great opportunity to develop leadership experience, collaborate on various projects, effect change in your community and most importantly, have fun!
Community Council will not be happening for the upcoming school year.
As you begin preparing to move to campus, we are excited to offer you the opportunity to save money on some important move-in necessities, while also supporting residence hall programming and events. Through On-Campus Marketing (OCM), you can buy all your bedding through our convenient online Linens Program and parents can take advantage of care packages.