2016-2017 Residence Hall Association is no longer accepting applications. Your Residence Hall Association (RHA) is a great way to get involved on campus, navigate campus resources, and meet new people to make a positive impact in your community.
All residents are welcome to attend their respective RHA community meetings to give input on programming or voice concern about their living area and campus life.
Interested candidates can apply in the fall of 2017.
Executive Members of the RHA
The RHA President attends all RSA general body meetings. He/she acts as a liaison for the residents in the hall. They chair all RHA in-hall meetings, or designate another in the case of absences.
The RHA Programmer is required to attend all RHA meetings as well as attend all RSA general body meetings. They are in charge of maintaining connections with other hall programmers to provide a relationship for intra-hall programs. They are also in charge of keeping evaluations of all RHA functions.
The RHA Secretary is required to attend all RHA meetings. He/she is required to keep meeting minutes of all RHA meetings and oversee the publication of the potty press.
The RHA Treasurer is required to attend all RHA meetings. He/she will keep an account of all hall funds collected from resident fees. They will keep a record of all expenditures and are in charge of reimbursements.
The RHA Publicist promotes their RHA’s public image and events through use of social media and university-operated resources. The Publicist will be responsible for the promotion of RHA and RSA funded, created and related events. The Publicist must be present at all RHA meetings.
There are more ways for you to participate in our RHAs. If you are interested in being involved with your RHA please talk to your RHA executive members, or your RPA!