Interhall Council is the Residence Hall Association for the University of Guelph, founded in 1969. With 53 members representing approximately 5,000 residence students, we are the largest Residence Student Government in Ontario. During Orientation Week, IHC runs events in your residence hall and larger events, like the Interhall Council Dance and free breakfasts with Hospitality Services. Interhall Council members also run the Move-In Day BBQ with Orientation Volunteers. We help coordinate the Pep Rally by creating and teaching the hall boogies, and we design the O-week shirts.
After O-Week, the members of IHC work to represent the residence student body by enhancing the first year experience with events and advocacy. Members run events, conferences, and programs in their halls, as well as sit on committees with affiliates and professional staff. Weekly hall council meetings allow members to address student concerns and create a community within their residence hall.
By working with other groups on campus, such as Residence Life Staff and Student governments, IHC members are able to make residence students' voices heard. We are the voice and spirit of residence students.