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The purpose of InterHall is to improve residence life through student advocacy and  community development. InterHall achieves this purpose through its Executive Board, General Assembly, and Hall Councils by meeting with administrators, programming events, and collaborating with student groups.

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ANNUAL HOUSING RAFFLE | February 12-20, 2018

It's time for InterHall Council's Annual Housing Raffle. Make the dream of living in an apartment, townhouse, suite, or single room a reality! The Housing Raffle will take place from Monday, February 12 through Tuesday, February 20. Let InterHall help increase your chances at scoring the on-campus housing you've been waiting for outside of the traditional housing lottery.

InterHall, in collaboration with the Office of Residential Living, will be raffling off selection of housing assignments in the following areas:

  • Alumni Square Apartment (2 units available)
  • Arrupe 4-Person Suite (1 unit available)
  • Copley Suite (1 unit available)
  • Henle Village Apartment (2 units available)
  • LXR Single (2 units available)
  • Nevils 4-Person Apartment (1 unit available)
  • Nevils 6-Person Apartment (1 unit available)
  • Village A Apartment (2 units available)
  • SWQ Single (2 units available)
  • SWQ Group Pick (1 unit available - includes two rooms)
  • Townhouse (1 unit available) *Rising sophomores are not eligible for the Townhouse raffle*

We do have some rules in order to ensure a fair raffle. Each individual may only purchase eight (8) tickets for each unit available. Tickets cost only $2.00 each and all proceeds of the raffle will be used by InterHall Council to continue to promote a positive residential experience here at Georgetown through programming, sponsorships for student organizations, and advocacy on behalf of the student body. 

As the winner, you will not only be allowed to select whichever unit in the complex you want (some restrictions apply due to pre-designated spaces), but also be granted eligibility in the case that you were originally ineligible for on-campus housing next academic year. You will also be able to choose your own roommate(s), all of whom must already have eligibility for on-campus housing for the 2018-2019 academic year. 

If a student wins the opportunity to select more than one unit, the Office of Residential Living will work with the student to identify which space they would like to proceed with. Students will not be permitted to transfer selection to another student of their choosing.

The drawing will be held on February 20 at 8:00PM in Arrupe Multipurpose Room. Winners need not be present.

Email us if you have any questions!

PROGRAMMING

InterHall hosts a variety of programs every semester for residents campus wide to foster a vibrant community. Past events included movie nights on Copley Lawn, Trivia Night, and apple picking at Homestead Farm. Join us for food, fun, and friends!

Please contact Kenan, our Vice President of Programming, if you have any questions.

Upcoming Events

  • Coffeehouse - February 27, 8:00 - 10:00 PM | Kennedy Multi-Purpose Room
  • Trivia Night - March 22, 8:00 - 10:00 PM | HFSC Social Room
  • Study Break - May 1, 8:30 - 9:30 PM | Arrupe Multi-Purpose Room

FUNDING

To foster on-campus community, Interhall is committed to funding events that are in line with our mission statement at a rate of up to $5.00 per Georgetown student participant. All funding proposals must be submitted at least two (2) weeks prior to your event in order for the funds to be transferred into student accounts.

Once we have received your proposal, someone will be in touch with you to let you know which InterHall meeting (Tuesdays 8:30pm at Arrupe Multipurpose Room) you are scheduled to present at and remind you to bring copies of your budget for the General Assembly. You will be notified of InterHall's decision after you present or the day after.

Please contact Nicole, our Vice President of Finance, if you have any questions.

ADVOCACY

In order to better the on-campus living experiences of all students, InterHall promotes student advocacy focused on improving residence hall living conditions and policies. InterHall works directly with student groups on campus, including GUSA, as well as administrators in the Office of Residential Living and Planning & Facilities Management to resolve pressing issues regarding residential life. With the aid of Hall Councils, RAs, and Community Directors, we encourage students to become a source of positive change in their residence halls and find new ways to help turn ours halls into homes.

Please contact Alandro, our Vice President of Advocacy, if you have any questions.

HALL COUNCILS

InterHall also coordinates Georgetown's Hall Councils, which operate in each residence hall to do programming and advocacy on a building-wide scale. Talk to your RA or Community Director if you are interested in joining your Hall Council!

Please contact Ben, our Vice President of Hall Councils, if you have any questions.

REGIONAL & NATIONAL ENGAGEMENT

CAACURH is the Central Atlantic Affiliate of College & University Residence Halls. CAACURH is one of eight regional affiliates with the National Association of College & University Residence Halls, a student-run non-profit corporation which brings together Residence Hall Associations (like InterHall) together from across North America and other parts of the world.

As an affiliate, InterHall attends three leadership conferences each year: the Regional Leadership Conference (occurs every fall), the Regional Business Conference (occurs every spring), and the NACURH Annual Conference (occurs in May). Students are able to connect with student leaders from other campuses, attend sessions to further their leadership development, and represent Georgetown University when voting on legislation, bids, and more in regional and Corporate boardroom.

For more information, visit nacurh.org or visit caacurh.nacurh.org!

Please contact Amber, our Vice President of External Relations, if you have any questions.

MEETING TIME & OFFICE HOURS

Join us every Tuesday at 8:30 PM in the Arrupe Multipurpose Room. New members are always welcome!

Visit our office located on the ground floor of Copley Hall (G10) during our office hours: Mondays 1-2 PM, 3:30-4:30 PM, 7-8 PM; Wednesdays 2-3 PM; and Thursdays 12:15-1:15 PM, 3:30-5 PM

Please contact Jordon, our Vice President of Public Relations, or contact Yan-Ling, our President, if you have any questions.