Inter Residence Council (IRC) is an organization run BY resident students, FOR resident students! Our goal is to enhance the living experience on campus through various programs, activities, and initiatives. We take great pride in fostering a fun atmosphere where new friendships can be formed. In addition, students have a unique opportunity to serve as a members of the Executive Board and learn valuable skills in leadership, organization, and communication that will prove invaluable to their professional development outside of college. Students also have the opportunity to represent their hall by serving on their hall council e-board or serving as a representative on one of the various sub-committees. These committees include Food Committee, Dean’s Cup Committee, Campus Life and Budget Committee and Dean’s Cup Committee. All resident students are welcome and encouraged to participate!
IRC General Body Meetings are weekly on Tuesdays at 3:30 pm in the Multi-Purpose Room in Mid Campus. Please follow our social media pages for updates, program announcements, and occasional giveaways.
Dean’s Cup is a year-long event where all of the resident halls compete against each other in a variety of challenges each month. Dean’s Cup events in the past have been Trivia Nights, Lip Sync Battles, and Minute to Win It Challenges. Dean’s Cup concludes with an epic full-campus field day called Super Saturday. The winning hall gets to have bragging rights for the next year as well as a big trophy on display in the residence hall! Attendance matters, so make sure to show up at each event to support your hall!
Bi-weekly on Thursdays at 2 p.m. in the Connecticut located in Memorial Hall where representatives from each hall meet with Sodexo and provide feedback to help improve the quality of the dining experience on campus.
Every Monday from 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. in the Mid-Campus Multipurpose room. Representatives from each hall where they will meet to plan, organize, and supervise a year-long inter-hall competition of wit, skill, and entertainment.
Every other Thursday from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. in the Mid-Campus Multipurpose room. Representatives from each hall will meet to discuss and recognize members from the campus community. By acknowledging the hard work of people in our Central community, the committee intends to spread positivity.
Held at will and when it is held it will be Fridays at 2 p.m. in Mid-Campus Multipurpose room. At least one member in attendance but no more than two. The Hall Council President may NOT attend these meetings on behalf of the hall. Representatives from each hall will meet to listen to pitches from residence life members for events and programs that will take place around campus. The committee members will then discuss the positives and the negatives of the program and vote on if the program should receive the funding requested.
Once a month on a Friday at 10 a.m., meeting in Mid-Campus's Multipurpose room to then walk to all the resident halls to discuss with students how campus life can be improved and enhanced. These include changes in the residence halls, non-academic campus buildings, and outdoor areas of campus.