Central Housing Groups and Programs
Asian American Student Housing Organization (AASHO)
Our purpose is to support Asian American students and develop a stronger Asian American presence and community within University Residence Halls by impacting students and staff within Residential Life, providing history and culture, and fostering an educational and social environment to allow student growth. Contact us for more information!
Central Black Student Union (CBSU)
Our purpose is to support African-American students in the residence halls, serve and assist Black Student Unions in the residence halls, and meet the needs of supporting organizations and the campus-wide community. Contact us for more information!
Central Residential Funding Board
Do you have the next great idea that will change University Housing for the better? Great! The Central Residential Funding Board (CRFB) was created by students to help provide supplemental funding to programs and activities that fit within University Housing policy. The CRFB meets throughout each semester and carefully reviews funding requests, looking for the best ideas that will improve student experiences across Housing.
Latina/o Student Association
The Latino/a Student Association’s mission is to foster cultural awareness, leadership skills, and educational success for Latino/a students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. By doing so, LSA promotes unity, empowerment, and social support for University Housing Latino/a residents and welcomes all who would like to learn more about the Latino culture. Contact us for more information!
Leadership Coalition serves as a sounding board for changes within University Housing and additionally is able to provide feedback to University Housing Leadership to improve the Residence Hall experience. Contact us for more information!
Men of Impact
Men of Impact is a student organization that is dedicated to serving the needs of Black men. We address the needs and concerns facing Black men in our community, via education and service activities. Our primary goal is to equip Black men with the necessary tools to overcome the social stigmas facing them in society today. Contact us for more information!
National Residence Hall Honorary
NRHH serves as an organization that brings the top 1 percent of University Residence Hall student leaders together to provide an opportunity to plan and implement projects that will aid in the growth, leadership development, and motivation of students and staff members involved in University Housing at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Contact us for more information!
Thousands of new students join our community for the first time each year. Serving as an I-Guide is a great opportunity to introduce students and their families to campus and make a real impact. Our program is one of the longest traditions at the University of Illinois. Contact us to get involved!
The C.O.R.E. program was established to help first year students become better acclimated to the campus. First-year students are paired with upper-class students who provide both academic and social support as students transition into the University culture. Mentors (upper-class students) assist Mentees (first-year students) in becoming acquainted with the University and its resources. Contact us to get involved!