Please Note: The Residental Housing Association is not participating in the Campus Backup program offered by Our Campus Market. Please disregard any mailings or information you receive about this program. Thank you and our apologies for the confusion.
The Residential Housing Association will provide residents with a voice to the University and the public. RHA will enhance the educational, social, recreational, and cultural aspects of residence life, and also provide leadership experience to residents living in the halls and apartments.
RHA is also a member of the Intermountain Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (IACURH) as well as the National Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH), the largest student run organization in the world. We attend regional conferences where we get to interact and learn from fellow RHA and NRHH members from other campuses in our region and nation, so keep an eye out in the fall for our delegate applications. We’re looking for awesome residents to represent our awesome community!
Each hall has its own community senate that operates with its own budget and serves to host large hall scale programs as well as to be a forum for residents in the halls and apartments.
RHA hosts a bi-weekly meeting where representatives from each Community Senate discuss legislation, funding requests, and other business that pertains to all residence hall and apartment residents.
Meetings are held in the Shoshone Room at 6pm every other Thursday.