As dictated by the Brooks College House Constitution, the Brooks House Congress serves as the governing body of the House. It consists of an Executive Board and a General Assembly, joined by the House Legate (Brooks College House's representative on the Diplomatic Congress).
The Executive Board is made up of five individuals (the President, the Secretary-Treasurer, the Judicial Chair, the Social Programming Chair, and the Public Relations Chair), and the General Assembly consists of sixteen representatives (four from each class year). Members of the House Congress are popularly elected by members of Brooks College House. The Legate exercises the House's vote on the Diplomatic Congress and reports to the House Congress with respect to college-wide student government issues.
The House Congress is responsible for overseeing a $15,000 budget and for organizing programming for the benefit of both the House and the broader College and local communities.
Meetings (Fall 2012 - Spring 2013):
Sundays at 7:30pm
Seminar Room, Brooks House Commons
All Brooks House Congress meetings are open to the public and all students, regardless of House affiliation, are welcome to attend.