Leadership and Involvement Opportunities
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is comprised of two representatives from each of the hall governments and an elected executive board. This group meets weekly to discuss policy, events in the halls and to plan campus wide activities which involve all residence halls. The opportunity to become involved at regional and national levels is also available, as RHA is a member of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) and resides in the Midwest (MACURH) region. Students can run for regional and national positions and can also have the unique experience of hosting conferences for this organization.
Learn more about RHA here.
Each residence hall has a governing body comprised of students from their respective hall. A portion of the residence hall activity fee is allocated to each hall government to be used for programming and hall enhancements. Students who are involved in hall government receive valuable leadership skills and a voice in making decisions about their living environment.
National residence hall honorary (NRHH)
The National Residence Hall Honorary is comprised of the top 1% of leaders living in the residence halls. Students who are inducted into NRHH have demonstrated a commitment to living on campus and creating a home for all students through their leadership in the above organizations. NRHH values mentoring future leaders, service, scholarship and recognition.
Programming Council is an organization within the Residence Hall Association (RHA) that provides campus-wide programs for the residence hall population. The Council consists of one representative from each hall and meets on a weekly basis throughout the academic year. Here is a glimpse of some of the events this group sponsors annually:
· Welcome Week Hypnotist
· Halloween Dance
· Battle of the Hall Stars
· Residence Life Celebration
· Black Light Underground
· Bison Rest and Relaxation