RHA is the governing body of the nine residence halls and five university owned apartments on campus.
RHA serves as the voice of the resident student population. Elected RHA representatives serve as liaisons between their halls or apartments and the association by addressing the needs of the residents through programming, initiating change, and building community among the residence halls.
To secure the interests of residence hall and university owned apartment residents at all levels of university governance, to establish fellowship, and provide for the educational, spiritual, cultural, social, and communicative needs among residence halls and university owned apartments.
For the most recent copy of the RHA constitution, please click here.
For the most recent report of the RHA budget, please click here.