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l. Hall Council Training 2010. The Mission of RHA. The mission of RHA is to build community within the residence halls by: Providing and supporting social, cultural, educational and community service programs within the residence hall system Suggest possible housing renovation projects

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Hall Council Training 2010

the mission of rha
The Mission of RHA

The mission of RHA is to build community within

the residence halls by:

  • Providing and supporting social, cultural, educational and community service programs within the residence hall system
  • Suggest possible housing renovation projects
  • Investigate college policies that effect residential students and advocate for improvements
  • Address quality of life and personal safety issues in the residence halls
community representatives
Community Representatives


1 position


1 position


1 position

  • McKean
  • 3 positions
  • Mowbray
  • 1 position
  • Pinehurst
  • 1 position
  • Pugsley
  • 1 position
  • Rex Beach
  • 1 position
  • Rollins
  • 1 position
  • Strong
  • 1 position
  • Sutton Apartments
  • 3 positions
  • Ward
  • 3 positions


1 position


1 position


3 positions


1 position


1 position


2 positions

executive board
Executive Board
  • President - Amanda Westover
  • Vice President - Meghan Gordon
  • Secretary - AmaliaTrombetta
  • Treasurer - Jordan Ciminelli
  • National Conference Coordinator - Kevin Scarlett
rha advisors
RHA Advisors
  • Whitney McDonald
  • Kristen Whitney
general assembly meetings
General Assembly Meetings
  • You will:
    • Interact with members from all halls
    • Make and vote on proposals
    • Give hall updates
      • Including pictures and recaps of RHA-funded programming
    • Gather information to share with your fellow hall council members (for traditional halls)
    • Ask any questions or share any concerns that you may have regarding your hall and/or res life
attendance excerpts from constitution
AttendanceExcerpts from Constitution

Residence halls shall be represented in accordance, and with

respect to, the size of each hall. The number of

representatives and votes for each hall shall reflect each hall’s

occupancy. This will be done in the following manner:

  • More than 150 residents: 3 representatives, 3 votes
  • 50-149 residents: 2 representatives, 2 votes
  • Less than 50: 1 representative, 1 vote

All representatives of the general assembly of the RHA must

be in good judicial standing with the college.

All voting representatives must attend all meetings. RHA General Assembly meetings are on Mondays at 7pm in Bieberbach-Reed.

attendance excerpts from constitution1
AttendanceExcerpts from Constitution

In order to retain speaking and voting rights, representatives must meet the

attendance requirement.  The attendance requirement is:

Representatives cannot miss more than two consecutive meetings at any time

during the academic year without prior approval from the Executive Board.

Representatives are allowed one unexcused absence per academic semester.

  • After one unexcused absences, the penalty for continued absences is as follows:
    • 1st offense: Voting members who are present retain voting and speaking rights during that meeting and receive a verbal warning from RHA President
    • All subsequent offenses: All voting delegates for that building will lose voting and speaking privileges, including the right to submit or present proposals, for that meeting and the following meeting.
  • Community representatives are responsible for voting on behalf of their hall.
  • Ballots will be anonymous but will indicate the hall of the vote.
    • Advisors and Exec Board will be the only viewers of the ballots.
proposal process
Proposal Process
  • Forms can be found on RHA website
    • Must be turned in via email to the Tuesday before you want to propose at General Assembly
  • If your proposal for an event is approved, the RHA logo must be on the publicity/advertisements
rha stuff
RHA Stuff!
  • RHA Tent
  • Popcorn Machine
  • Sno-cone Machine
  • Cotton Candy Machine
  • Cookie Ovens
  • Blenders
  • Wii consoles and games
conferences fall
Conferences: Fall
  • Mini-FARH 2010

Florida Atlantic University

September 25, 2010

  • SAACURH Regional Conference

SAACURH 2010: Commandeering the LeaderSHIP

University of Georgia

October 29 - October 31, 2010

conferences winter
Conferences: Winter
  • FARH 2011

Florida Gulf Coast University

February 4 - February 6, 2010  

  • SAACURH No Frills Conference

No Frills 2011: There's Gold in the Hills!

Appalachian State University

March 18 - March 20, 2011

conferences summer
Conferences: Summer
  • NACURH National Conference

NACURH 2011: Living, Learning, Leading Western Illinois University

May 27 - May 30, 2011

what do conferences do for you
What do conferences do for you?
  • Conferences give residents an opportunity to travel while learning more about RHA
  • Conferences give the residents the opportunity to meet new people
  • Conferences give the residents the opportunity to develop leadership skills