Residence Hall Association | RHA
The RHA Executive Board is now hiring for the position of National Communications Coordinator Trainee.
This is a paid position; it focuses on maintaining communication and connectivity within the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) and its affiliated institutions.
This position will transition into the role of National Communications Coordinator in the next academic year.
Learn more about RHA and this position here.
Events Coming Up
For the best updates and events from the RHA Team please follow our Instagram account.
- Saturday, January 30th 2021, 8pm - RHA Movie Night (over Zoom). Watching Little Shop of Horrors.
- February 1st-7th 2021 - Valentine Mocktail Week (A video series on our Instagram)
- March TBD 2021 - Furry Friends Event
- April TBD 2021 - RHA Art Show
Action on Campus
Though RHA works with many aspects of campus life, as a student you will most likely see us in action through our work with your hall government and on-campus programming. Hall government is the student government within the North Side and South Side residence halls, which are overseen and supported by RHA and their Para-professional staff advisor.
At the beginning of the year, you will have the opportunity to become a representative for your hall. These representatives’ main responsibility is to help build community through programming, policy change, and representation of residents.
However, RHA’s biggest function in the halls is to provide programming to the residents who live there. We put on several programs each semester, which in the past have included: Haunt the Hall, Boxer Bingo, and Pacific's Got Talent, to name a few.
The Big Picture
RHA not only works to stay connected to other groups on campus, but also works to stay connected to other schools in our region as well as the rest of the country.
Pacific University's RHA is a member of PACURH (Pacific Affiliate of College & University Residence Halls) a region of NACURH (National Association of College & University Residence Halls). By making these connections, we are better able to keep up with what is happening at other schools and bring those ideas and experiences back to Pacific.
RHA meets weekly in order to plan programs or discuss current issues concerning students. They also facilitate the RHA/Hall Government General Assembly in order to keep everyone updated on what is happening around campus, especially in the Residence Halls.
If you have any ideas for programs we could put on or issues you feel need to be addressed, feel free to come by our weekly general assemblies (every Tuesday at noon in the Burlingham Conference Room), fill out a sponsorship, hall improvement or policy and long term project proposal form, drop by the RHA office located in Clark 3rd floor, or contact an Executive Board officer. If you are interested in taking an active role in hall leadership, consider running for Hall Government in the fall or for an Executive Board position in the spring.
To join Hall Government and learn more, read about Hall Governments.
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Used for improvements such as new toasters or items for the residence halls or areas directly surrounding the residence halls.
Used for project proposals that are to the scale of the Gilbert/North Side hall composting or proposals for Residence Hall policy changes.
2020-2021 RHA Executive Board
Hall Association Executive Board
- Emily Black (President)
- Appplications Open (National Communications Coordinator)
- Kouichi Saito (Financial Coordinator)
- Whitney Groeger (Hall Government Coordinator)
- Lexzi Caso (Marketing and Administration Coordinator)
- Tori Ridge (Equity and Leadership Coordinator)
- Megan Rice (RHA Advisor and Assistant Director of Residence Life and Student Conduct)
For more information contact RHA at: firstname.lastname@example.org.