THIS IS OCHC
Student Government + Programming Board
WHO WE ARE
The On-Campus Housing Council (OCHC) is the Hill’s advocacy and engagement student government group within UCLAs Office of Residential Life. Housed in the De Neve Leadership Lab, OCHC consists of a board of student leaders who advocate for the needs of all students who live, work, and/or visit any of UCLAs on campus housing areas.
Our goal is to elevate the experience of residents by actively listening to their needs and establishing, advocating for and promoting change to meet them. Our team dedicates their time fostering a supportive community to increase the positive development within those around us, ultimately allowing them to grow a healthy foundation for lifelong well-being.
Some of the programs we run and support include Programming Board (PB), whose mission is to facilitate events in order to enrich residents’ experiences; and Resident Government Council (RGC) who guide their individual buildings to success by strengthening the bond between residents and student leaders.
Student Government Structure
The On-Campus Housing Council is comprised of 17 distinct communities, encompassing 16 buildings, each with their own Resident Government Council (RGC), and a single Executive Board.
The Executive Board, consisting of eight members, serves as the council's leadership team, all of whom are required to be in good disciplinary standing with the University and Residential Life, as well as residents of On-Campus Housing.
All members are expected to uphold the True Bruin standards of Integrity, Excellence, Accountability, Service, and Respect throughout the year, and are expected to demonstrate these values in all their actions and interactions.