Residence Hall Association
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is a Registered Student Organization on campus that serves as a liaison among the residence hall students, Campus Housing, and the university community. The goal of RHA is to make residence life an unforgettable experience and to ensure that residents' voices are heard. The three pillars of this organization are community building, developing members into leaders and advocating for residents. RHA is a great opportunity for students to develop themselves as leaders, learn how to develop programs, market events, network with their peers at conferences, and build relationships and communities in their halls. RHA advocates for residents by listening to the needs of residents, ensuring residents have services to benefit them, and create opportunities for residents to meet with other student leaders and housing and university administration. All on campus residents are automatic members!
Follow us on Instagram at @RHA_UofL!
Check out some RHA memories on Flickr!
There are four neighborhood councils, each comprised of multiple halls. All neighborhood councils are a part of the larger general body of RHA. Each neighborhood council helps plan and execute events for their respective areas (e.g. holiday crafts such as mug painting, ice-cream socials, ping-pong tournaments, trivia nights, and more).
Bettie Towne: Bettie Johnson, Cardinal Towne
Lukville: Kurz, Louisville Hall, and UTA
Cub Hub: University Pointe, Billy Minardi Hall, and Community Park
Thriller Unit: Unitas, Miller, and Threlkheld
How to Get Involved
- Attend general body. General body meetings are every other week and are posted on signs in the halls as well as theRHA Instagram.
- Help plan programs and fun events with your neighborhood council!
- Run for positions in your neighborhood councils.
- Contact a member of the Executive Council!
Executive Council Members
Vice President of Administration
Vice President of Neighborhood Council Development
Vice President of Marketing and Events
Vice President of Advocacy