Residence hall living offers students the opportunity to become active participants in their on-campus community in many ways. You are encouraged to participate in any of a number of student organizations, courses, or activities available to you in your residence hall or on campus. Even if you do not want to become an officer of an organization, you can take advantage of all the programs and activities offered in your halls and around campus. Make your residence hall more than just a place where you sleep, make it a place where you live!
Area Governments are responsible for providing programming and community development for each of our residential areas.
House Councils are leadership groups on campus that elect student officers and boards to represent and serve as the voice of all students living in the various residence halls.
Residence Hall Association
Residence Hall Association (RHA) represents all students living within the residence halls to the Student Government Association and Residential Life.
National Residence Hall Honorary
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a national honor society that recognizes the top 1% of student leaders in the residence halls and works to recognize and encourage student leadership throughout the academic year.
Minute Movers are student volunteers who are part of the Fall Opening team. They help move students into the residence halls on Move In Day and assist with the Fall Freshman orientation.
Shaha: The Storytellers
Shaha: The Storytellers support Residential Life's commitment to multiculturalism by providing learning opportunities to students around issues of inclusion, social justice, and multiculturalism through theatre-based peer education.