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About RHA


The University of Houston RHA strives for a fulfilled resident population through building community, developing leadership, and encouraging personal growth.  


RHA represents all students who live on campus for Student Housing and Residential Life. The purpose of RHA is to provide the means by which its members may create a constructive and positive educational and social environment in which to live. RHA will strive to accomplish this purpose by coordinating, supporting, and initiating individual hall councils and collective efforts in the areas of policy, leadership development, and programming through the group of individuals that serve on the RHA board. RHA is the governmental voice of the residence halls and shall deal with issues of concern to these halls. It shall serve as a means of communication among its membership, the various components of the University of Houston, its surrounding communities, and its regional and national affiliates. 

RHA represents over 8,300 residents on campus.

RHA represents the voice of the student residential population on the following committees:

  1. Student Center Policy Board 
  2. Opening Events Committee 
  3. Family Weekend Committee
  4. Homecoming Committee
  5. InfraRED Committee
  6. Student Housing and Residential Life Recognition Committee
  7. University Hearing Board 
  8. Food Services Advisory Committee 
  9. Student Housing and Residential Life Advisory Committee  
  10. Campus Recreation Advisory Board