Inter-Hall Council

Inter-Hall Council is a student organization committed to maintaining and improving community living in our Residence Halls.

Our Mission Statement

We are the unified voice of the Villanova residential community. By building, bridging, providing exposure, and guiding, we affect residential change. We are committed to community planning and dedicated to all hall events. Out of many Residence Halls comes one Hall Council.

Hall Council accomplishes this by:

  • Through residents' ideas, we plan and enact fun and useful programs.
  • We build and promote leadership through all hall council positions.
  • We establish residence hall identity through personal connections.

For information about upcoming events please see our IHC Calendar of Events Page!

Hall Councils

Hall Councils for the 2014-2015 Academic Year are currently forming! 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY! 

If you are interested in joining your Hall Council or would like more information about a specific Hall Council, please email interhallcouncil.vu@gmail.com.

 

The Executive Board

The 2014-2015 IHC Executive Board Members:

President

Angelica

Lieto

Vice President

Brian

Emmert

Financial Coordinator

Fernando

Paguaga

Secretary

Rose

Devine

Chief of Hall Councils

Ali

Butera

Advertising Coordinator

Kate

Connolly

Programming Coordinator

Terri

Walton

Programming Coordinator

Celeste

Manapsal

National Communication Coordinator

Jonathan

Pizzutti

     

To contact IHC please email interhallcouncil.vu@gmail.com or call 610-519-4152

Our Mission

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We are the unified voice of the Villanova residential community. By building, bridging, providing exposure, and guiding, we affect residential change. We are committed to community planning and dedicated to all hall events. Out of many Residence Halls comes one Hall Council.

● Hall Council accomplishes this by:

● Through residents' ideas, we plan and enact fun and useful programs.

● We build and promote leadership through all hall council positions.

● We establish residence hall identity through personal connections.