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RHA Members 2012-2013The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is student oriented, with its primary focus being the continued development and support of a community in which each student is given the opportunity to pursue his/her own personal development and goals.  RHA works closely with the Residence Life Programming Advisor in defining issues and concerns of residential students. Participation in the RHA is an excellent way to take an active interest in making life on campus the best it can be and obtain leadership experience.

Meetings are held every month with the members of RHA.  Any resident is welcome to participate during the year.  The RHA has an executive board consisting of a president, vice president, secretary, historian, king and queen.

Interested in Applying for a Position in RHA?

Students who are interested in applying for a position for next year's Residence Hall Association positions will have to complete the RHA Election Application along with a one page double spaced typed essay.  Within the essay, students must explain why they are running for the position and what they plan to bring to the position.

RHA Quick Facts:

  • Students running for a RHA position must have a 2.5 GPA or above (First-time freshmen are exempt)
  • RHA Presidents also serve as senators in the Student Government Association (SGA)
  • Become a leader in your residence hall
  • Get experience with event planning
  • Obtain community service
  • Much More!!!

 

 

 

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For information on becoming a member of the Residence Hall Association at Fayetteville State University, please contact Mr. Bernard Cameron (blcameron01@uncfsu.edu).

 

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