What is RHA?
The Midwestern State University Residence Hall Association is a representative organization that empowers on-campus residents to play an active role in our housing facilities through service, programming, and leadership opportunities. Through these efforts RHA works to enhance the on-campus life experience of all residents. RHA provides a place to voice concerns about campus housing policy, procedure, and facilities. RHA also enacts change through legislation and advocates the issues and concerns of residents with the ultimate goal of making the housing facilities at Midwestern State University a more respectful and united community.
A few reasons to join:
How does this effect you?
One of the best things about the residence halls at MSU is the fact that students are involved in almost every aspect of life within them. RHA will be working all year to turn your residence hall into a tight community, a place where you can build friendships and life skills while still having a place where you can call home. In order to strengthen the residential community, RHA plans many programs and activities throughout the year. The following are a highlight of some popular programs that RHA does every year:
RHA sponsors a room in the Clark Student Center during finals week, featuring fun events to help the residents unwind before finals.
And so much more!
Questions of Comments?
Contact Advisor: Clint Coulter and/or Norma Ramirez