So what is Residential Advocacy?

That’s a really good question! The IRHC Residential Advocacy Committee serves as the voice of all residential students concerning administrative policy at New York University. As a committee it is our job is to protect the rights of residents, and to maintain and improve the residential experience. The Residential Advocacy committee has played an active role in shaping several residential initiatives including the Department of Residential Education’s Explorations Program, the Housing Lottery, and the new Union Square Guest Policy.

Is Residential Advocacy for You?

If you seek to address a specific issue, or wish to advocate on behalf of your peers and take an active role in the policy-making process with administrators, the Residential Advocacy committee has a lot to offer you!

For more information, please contact resad@nyuirhc.org

If you seek to address a specific issue, or wish to advocate on behalf of your peers and take an active role in the policy-making process with administrators, the Residential Advocacy committee has a lot to offer you!