Weekly meetings are every Tuesday at 7 PM on the second floor of the Leadership Development Center.
The Residence Halls Association (RHA) serves as the voice for those students who live within the residence halls on campus. We are the second-largest student organization at Texas Tech University, representing every student who lives on campus.
RHA provides many programs and activities to enhance the living environment in the residence halls and to encourage the exchange of ideas. Some of the traditional programming we do involves Safe Treat, Carol of Lights, and Spring Fling. Of the non-traditional programming we offer, the range goes from campus-wide basketball tournaments to awareness programs to massive Retro Gaming conventions with hundreds of students living on campus.
The main goals of the RHA are to create awareness, advocate for change, and offer useful programming to help students with the movement to campus life versus living at home in as easy a transition as possible. There are many opportunities to make life-long friendships as well as create useful networks of contacts through the university professional staff and upper-university administration, so if any of that is of interest, be sure to look into how best to get involved with RHA.
Student Organizations are required to complete the Risk Management requirement (Training & Assessment) annually. To be in compliance with the 2017-2018 registration cycle dates will need to fall between April 1, 2017 and January 31, 2018. If you have questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sep 7, 2017
In 25 words or less, copy or summarize the organization's purpose as stated in the organization constitution.
The objective of this organization shall be to promote residence hall living, develop new student leaders, and act as the official voice of the students living in the residence halls.
Indicate any classification or academic requirements listed in the organization's constitution, i.e.-dues, G.P.A. etc. Membership must be open to all Texas Tech students without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin. Within an organization, differing membership status may not exist based on race, religion, gender, orientation, disability, or national origin.
All students that live on campus are members of the Residence Halls Association and are welcome to participate in our events and programs. Any residence hall student may serve on one of our committees.
To serve as a voting member at meetings, students must be elected as the RHA senator within their respective Complex Council in the fall semester.
TTU/HSC Full-Time Faculty/Staff Advisor or Sponsor. Please do not include prefixes in this field. Indicate any applicable prefixes above.