Student Government in the Residence Halls
1428 Couzens Hall -- 1300 E. Ann, Ann Arbor Michigan 48109
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Welcome to the new website for the Residence Halls Association (RHA) at the University of Michigan. RHA is the student government in the residence halls, aiming to create a strong and vibrant community in the university housing community. Our organization provides opportunities for the enrichment of the lives of our residents, including events & programs such as Pre-Class Bash, Siblings’ Weekend & more!

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RHA is the student government in the residence halls, aiming to create a strong and vibrant community in the university housing community.

Who and what?
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Designed to partnership with the Department of Housing in order to represent the needs of all students residing in the residence hall. We fund events, pass resolutions, and uphold a commitment to creating community within the residence halls across campus.
“We are an assembly of representatives from each of the residence halls on campus.”

We are lead by an 7 member Executive Board. Our general assembly is comprised of representatives from each of the residence halls on campus. They act as liaisons between their own Hall and Multicultural Councils and the community of representatives: the RHA assembly. There are 6 committees comprised of assembly members and non-members.

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When and where?
{ Thursday Night, 7pm at Couzens Hall }
7P.M.

We have general assembly meetings every Thursday night at 7pm.

Residents are encouraged to come to these meetings and voice any comments or concerns they have about residence life.

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RHA meets in 1428 Couzens Hall, 300 E. Ann
Ann Arbor Michigan 48109

Why and how?
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Why, You Ask?

We, the residents of the residence halls at the University of Michigan, in order to create a strong and vibrant community in all residence halls, to strengthen the bonds between the individual residence halls, to address concerns of residents regarding residence hall issues, to recommend, review, formulate, and develop policies / procedures / rules relating to the residence halls, to provide representation for residents to the university administrators, to promote services and opportunities in the residence halls, to create a forum of discussion, and to promote general social welfare hereby establish this organization known as the Residence Halls Association and ordain these articles as the Constitution of that organization."

- RHA Constitution Preamble

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