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Peer Conduct Board
Peer Conduct Board is a panel of students living in residence halls and chapter houses empowered to adjudicate alcohol and community standards violations, in addition to hearing appeals of alcohol violations issued in a residence hall or chapter house. The Peer Conduct Board is a program intended to provide a leadership opportunity for students to serve on, create, implement and maintain systems for the on-campus community by promoting citizenship, accountability and education within Texas Christian University.
What is Hall Crew?
Hall Crew is a student organization in every residence hall on campus. Each community has a Hall Crew that creates and implements programs for its residents to develop relationships and provide a meaningful experience while living at TCU!
Hall Crew Goals:
- Foster the development of a strong residential community through event programming, advocacy of hall interests, and representation of student concerns.
- Give students the opportunity to develop as leaders through weekly Hall Crew meetings and the planning of events that increase community relationships.
- Provide a place for students to be themselves, find their passion, and get involved.
To become involved in your Hall Crew, contact your Hall Director.
The National Residence Hall Honorary is the premiere honorary supported by the leading national organization, advocating for the interests and welfare of residence hall students while also providing opportunities for their personal growth and development. It is the only nationwide organization that exclusively recognizes leaders in the residence halls. For more information and to become involved, please visit the National Residence Hall Honorary website.