Get Involved in Student Life
Undergraduate Residence Halls
University Housing is a diverse and active community where there’s always something going on. Whether it’s exploring other cultures, getting involved with student organizations, or being an I-Guide who assists new students during move-in, you will have plenty to do.
Recent Programs Include:
Cotton Club Variety Show, Midwest Asian American Students Union (MAASU), Dim Sum Night, Association for Black Culture Centers (ABCC) Annual Conference, Black O.U.T.S (Organizations United for Total Success), United States Hispanic Leadership Institute, Tunnel of Oppression, Civil Rights Pilgrimage, and Alternative Spring Break.
The Student Dining & Residential Programs (SDRP) building is home to residence hall student organizations. The Social Justice and Leadership Education (SJLE) team coordinates student groups in the residence halls.
The SJLE office is located at:
Student Dining and Residential Programs Building (SDRP)
Leadership Suite, 2081
301 E. Gregory Drive
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: (217) 244-9707
- Inclusive Communities: Student Justice and Leadership Education (SJLE) information, and a guide to Housing and campus resources for inclusiveness
- Central Housing Groups
- Central Residential Funding Board (CRFB)
- Housing Organization Meeting Times & List of Hall-Based Groups (coming soon)
- Leadership Opportunities
- Student Organization Resources
- "Of the Month" (OTM) nominations
- Request meeting/event space
- SJLE on Facebook
- Think Tank
Graduate Upper-Division Halls
Residents of our graduate upper-division halls can get involved with the Resident Leadership Board (RLB). The RLB is made up of diverse student leaders and residents from both buildings. Students can become a part of the RLB at any time during the year. The organization’s goals focus around a wide range of events and activities from suggesting improvements, to leadership development, to planning social events. Read more about the Resident Leadership Board. Request meeting/event space.
An exciting and vital part of community life in Family & Graduate Housing includes the many free activities and programs offered for residents of all ages. We enjoy offering these opportunities to you and your family and hope that you will have time to get involved. Hundreds of activities take place each year, including weekly events such as Cooking Club or Parent-Child Playgroup, and annual traditions like Final Fling or Fall Festival.