Resident Student Association (RSA)

The Resident Student Association (RSA) is a group devoted to enhancing the residential experience for all on campus students at Puget Sound.  RSA programs are fun and exciting, as can be seen through activities like our award-winning Casino Night or LoggerDaze Homecoming events.  In addition, we offer programs that make living on campus more convenient, such as our refrigerator rental and linens programs.  The RSA is here for you!

The RSA Executive Board consists of five members.  The five executive positions include a Chair, Vice-Chair/Green Advocate, Secretary, Treasurer, National Communications Coordinator (NCC). This excecutive board provides support through training, regular weekly meetings, and leadership opportunities for the Residence Hall Associations (RHAs). RHAs are essentially individual hall governments.  The RSA Executive Board works closely with the RHAs and other campus and community organizations to create programs and activities for all on-campus students, whether you live in a residence hall or a campus house.

RSA meets Tuesdays during the academic year at 5:30 p.m. in the Tahoma room. Please note that meetings are often every other week in spring semester, so please contact RSA if you are unsure about our meeting dates. Meetings are open to any member of the residential community. If you are looking for funding for an event that benefits the on-campus student population, please use the RSA Funding Proposal. 

Stop by our meetings to hear about what is going on around campus specifically for residential students, or get involved to have a say in what events your student funds are supporting!

RSA Constitution