Residence Hall Honor Council (RHHC) reviews incidents of alleged misconduct in the residence halls. Residents who violated the Code of Conduct or a Housing and Residential Life policy may opt to meet with the RHHC depending on the severity of the violation. The RHHC consists of resident volunteers who complete an application and interview process to be chosen. Residents serving on the RHHC must live on campus at USC Upstate, be in good behavioral standing with the University and have at least a 2.5 GPA. The exception to the GPA requirement is if the resident is a first semester, first-year student.
The Role of RHHC
Residents alleged to have violated the Code of Conduct or a Housing and Residential Life policy will meet with an Assistant Director or the Director of Housing and Residential Life. If found to be in violation, the resident may appeal the decision to the Residence Hall Honor Council (RHHC). The RHHC will, in a formal meeting, consider the resident's appeal.
If the resident is found to be responsible of violation, the RHHC will hold the resident accountable by recommending to the Director of Housing and Residential Life that the resident complete an educational sanction.
Why Join RHHC?
Students interested in getting involved on campus, gaining leadership experience and building skills for their resume are encouraged to apply!
Complete and submit the following information if interested in volunteering for the Residence Hall Honor Council.
All responses are required
Residence Hall Area:
Must be your USC Upstate email address only!
Why are you interested in being a member of the RHHC?
Why do you think the RHHC was created?
What skills and experiences qualify you to be a part of the RHHC?
What is your opinion about the Housing and Residential Life rules and policies?