What is a Community Governor?

Each of the 15 residential communities on campus elect a Community Governor. This individual appoints a community government of her or his peers, manages a budget, as well as plans large programs/initiatives to serve their community. The Governor also serves on the RHA Board of Governors, voting on grant requests and representing the needs of their community every Tuesday from 7:30-9:30.

How do I run?

You may declare your candidacy for Community Governor here by Saturday, August 25th, at 11:59 pm. Late declarations will not be accepted under any circumstance. The rules for campaigning may be found in this campaign packet as well as in-depth at one of our 8 interest meetings. Wed (8/22) at Granville South Basement Study Lounge at 6pm, Ehringhaus Classroom at 8pm, and Morrison Lobby at 8pm. Thurs (8/23) at Craige Carolina Room at 6pm, Hinton James Orange Room at 8pm, and Morrison Lobby at 8pm. Fri(8/24) at Union Room 3102 at 2pm and Cobb Lobby at 5pm. These meetings are open to students of any residence hall building on campus.

Why should I run? And are there other positions?

Running for Governor is an absolute blast and you get to meet a whole lot of people! You can also apply for Community Government positions like Treasurer and Marketing Manager. You can view descriptions for alternative Community Government positions at the following link. Contact Bharat ModiĀ (bharatm@live.unc.edu) or Dakhari Davis (dakhari@live.unc.edu) for any questions about any RHA leadership positions.