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Organizations and Programs

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In our residence halls, we strive to create fun and engaging programs to get students out and experiencing new activities. Student organizations coordinate these events on a regular basis. Join in on craft nights, food gatherings, or choose to participate in hall councils and governments. Below is just a small portion of what you can experience at UWEC.

Organizations and Programs

Fright Fest

Celebrate this scary week with haunted happenings!
Overview of the festivities

Mohammed Bilal
Tuesday, October 27 | 7:30pm | Zoom

To get the Zoom link, please “purchase a ticket” at uwec.ly/tickets. This event is free to UWEC students and staff and $5 to community members.

Handful Takes on Quarantine (Hosted by TV10)

Repeating, every Thursday night at 8:30pm
Watch and participate in TV10's original variety show, Handful. Call in for life tips, answer trivia questions and more. 
Register to participate at: uwec.ly/live2

Mental Health Check-in (Sponsored by RHA)

Click here to participate in the survey and enter for a chance to win a $10 gift card!

It is always important to check-in with on your mental health from time to time, especially with the added stress that COVID brings on your day-to-day life. This form asks some simple questions that may be important for you to know regarding your stress and anxiety level. Your answers will not be recorded so no one else will know them. This form is simply for your own personal use to gain a better understanding of your mental state. Students who are concerned with their responses to these questions or feel like they are struggling to cope with stress or anxiety, please contact Counseling Services to set up an appointment. It takes 5 minutes to schedule and services are free for students!

Also, check-out resources from Counseling Services at the bottom of this tab!

Mental Health Resources/UWEC Counseling Center

Maintaining Your Mental Health Video
The Importance of Self-Compassion
Building Character Strengths
The Flow of Life
Benefits of Happiness
Increase Happiness
Positive Psychology
Importance of Self-Talk
Finding Purpose & Meaning
Managing Test Anxiety
Don’t Panic!
Overcome Feeling Down & Depressed
Setting Realistic Expectations

Professional & Career Readiness Resources

Career Services Overview & Handshake
Resumes & Cover Letters
Interviewing
Personal Branding & LinkedIn
Salary Negotiation 

General Videos & Resources

Watch the “Welcome Blugolds” video

 

The Residence Hall Coeducational Judicial Board (or J-Board) has jurisdiction on matters pertaining to violations of existing rules and regulations within or around the residence halls.  The J-Board functions not as a court of law, but rather as a body to review alleged violations of University and/or residence hall rules and regulations.

The J-Board consists of six members, and when possible a balance of men and women, selected randomly from a Judicial Council of thirteen students. All eleven residence halls have representatives on the Judicial Council. The members of the Council are elected by their fellow students and are not staff members of the University. J-Board makes recommendations and assesses sanctions that will most effectively benefit the students as well as protect the rights of all on-campus students.

 

The National Residence Hall Honorary, or NRHH, is an on-campus honorary based on the four pillars of Leadership, Scholarship, Service, and Recognition.  NRHH seeks to recognize and honor students who have shown outstanding dedication to each of these four pillars on our campus within the residence halls. NRHH is an active organization that provides leadership opportunities, programs, projects, and activities to all on-campus residents including leadership retreats, recognition weeks, and the distribution of Final Kits.

Students who display exemplary leadership ability in their halls are encouraged to apply for NRHH. New members are selected each semester from applications received and reviewed by a selection committee.

 

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the student government organization representing all students living in the residence halls at UW-Eau Claire. RHA's mission is outlined below.

  • To represent all students living in the Residence Halls at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.
  • To be the one central organization bringing all Hall Councils and other organizations within Housing and Residence Life together to create a campus wide community.
  • To engage student involvement in the creation of activities and programs, the review of policies and procedures, and the promotion of multicultural experiences.
  • To serve as a liaison between the residence halls at UW-Eau Claire and the state, regional, and national student organizations
  • To provide an outlet for all students in the residence halls to gain leadership experience through representative positions, committee membership, meeting attendance, and program participation.
  • To provide a place for all students on campus to come together, meet new people, get involved, and have fun.

 

Swell, a Housing & Residence Life committee, focuses on reduction of high-risk drinking, unsafe sexual activities, drug use, and education about mental health concerns.

We seek to increase pro-social behavior related to bystander intervention, help seeking behaviors, and increase awareness of challenges that UWEC student.

More information on Swell

 

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