University Housing

Community Council

Grow Your Leadership. Learn to Plan Events. Create Lasting Friendships.

What Is COCO 

COCO stands for Community Council, a student organization in each residential community that serves and represents the residents. The Council plans events, host service and advocacy events, works to improve the community, and represents the residents in the Residence Hall Association.

Each COCO is advised by the Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) for their residential community.

Why Join COCO

As a member of COCO, you will learn new skills, including event planning, budgeting, leadership, and public speaking. You will also be a part of a community of student leaders on campus, and make friendships that will last a lifetime. 

Activities COCO Host 

As a member of COCO, you will learn new skills, including event planning, budgeting, leadership, and public speaking. You will also be a part of a community of student leaders on campus, and make friendships that will last a lifetime. 


COCO Community Advocacy

COCO is responsible for community improvements within our residence halls. These include but are not limited to: new community TVs, BBQs, pool and ping pong equipment, whiteboards, water bottle fill stations, volleyball nets, lawn games, gaming systems, and much more.


COCO Meetings

Community Council meets weekly on Mondays at 8:30pm at the upstairs of the Hub (located between Sutter and Whitney Halls). Please feel free to join a meeting and learn more about COCO!

  • Community Council Application

    Please click here to access the RHA and COCO Application link!

    No prior leadership experience is required to join COCO!

     

    Attend the next COCO (RHA) General Board Meeting, Monday nights at 8:30pm upstairs in the Hub (located between Whitney and Sutter Halls).

    If you have any questions about COCO please reach out to University Housing at housing@csuchico.edu(opens in new window).

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Find out more info in a COCO information session. A variety of times are schedule. Look for Posters in your community.