As one the largest student organizations at UNCG, with the responsibility of governing more than 4,800 students living on campus, the Residence Hall Association requires detailed official documents to outline its powers, responsibilities, and general structure.

The Constitution
The Constitution is the supreme law of the Residence Hall Association. It outlines the mandate of the organization, and also defines the duties and powers of the Executive Council and General Assembly. All those in formal RHA leadership positions are required to learn the Constitution in full, but all residents are encouraged to read and be familiar with this very important document.

Policy Book
The Policy Book outlines the policies and procedures for the daily operations of RHA and its subordinate hall councils. The Policy Book provides for a variety of aspects of the organization, including weekly General Assembly and Executive Council meetings,  elections, standing committees, an conferences. All those in formal RHA leadership positions are required to know the Policy Book, and residents are encouraged to read it as well.


 

The Constitution of the Residence Hall Association The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Established 1984

Ratified Fall 2019

“Making Halls into Homes”

The Residence Hall Association at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is an organization dedicated to the improvement of living and advocacy for all on­ campus residents through means such as high quality programming, and leadership, and service opportunities.

Preamble

We, the members of the Residence Hall Association at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, in order to maintain and improve the quality of life of the students within our residence halls, do hereby establish this Constitution of the Residence Hall Association of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Article I Organization

The Residence Hall Association of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, hereafter referred to as RHA, shall consist of all students living within the residence halls at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

 

Article II Purpose

The purpose of RHA is as follows:

  1. Serve as a representative body of all students living within the residence halls and establish a viable working relationship between them and the administration of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  2. Provide social, educational, and philanthropic programs for all students living within the residence halls, with other organizations, either independently or jointly.
  3. Promote unity among all residence halls at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  4. Provide a voice for the opinions and concerns of all residential students through their elected officials in the planning of activities and establishment of policies that affect the on­-campus living environment.

 

Article III Membership

Section I: Voting Members

  1. Executive Council members except the President have voting rights, provided they are not presiding over the meeting.
  2. Each Hall Council is represented by its president (or one individual designated by the president) who holds voting rights during General Assembly meetings.

Section II: Non­Voting Members

  1. All students who live in the residence halls at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro are considered non voting members of RHA.

 

Article IV Executive Council

The Executive Council of RHA shall be composed of the President, Vice President of Administration and Finance,  Vice President of Programming and Collaborations, Vice President of Community Outreach and Advocacy, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations, National Communications Coordinator, and National Communications Coordinator – In Training.

Section II: Qualifications In order to participate as an Executive Council member, candidates must:

  1. Maintain full time status as a student at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  2. Reside on campus at least one semester prior to running for office and during the entire term of office, lasting from the time of induction to the end of the academic year.
  3. Before applying, during executive term and while working any other positions i.e. summer RHA, maintain a cumulative overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.5.
  4. Hold good conduct standing with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  5. Recommended to attend at least one conference during each term (one term defined as one academic school year) of office, provided they meet the required delegate criteria.
  6. Attend all Executive Council and General Assembly meetings.
  7. Participate in events, programs, and trainings sponsored by RHA.
  8. Meet on a regular basis with their respective Advisor(s).
  9. Serve as a liaison between RHA and the Residence Halls they are assigned by the RHA advisor.
  10. Submit at least two OTM Awards per semester of office.

Section III: President

The Powers and Duties of the President are as follows:

  1. Serve at least one term as an Executive Council member prior to serving as President, except in cases in which no previous Executive Council member wishes to take the position of the President.
  2. Be vested with all executive powers of RHA.
  3. Prepare agendas for, call, and preside over all Executive Council and General Assembly meetings.
  4. Vote in the event of a tie between all other voting members.
  5. Tally votes, in conjunction with the Advisor(s), during balloted elections.
  6. Represent RHA on University Committees and Boards.
  7. Meet with the Director of Housing and Residence Life, or a designated alternative, on a regular basis.
  8. Maintain professional relationships with the Presidents of the Student Government Association, the National Residence Hall Honorary, Activities and Campus Events (ACE), and any other organizational as deemed necessary to facilitate organizational collaboration and support.
  9. Develop all leadership initiatives, including training, for the continual growth of RHA, in consultation with the Executive Council, except Executive Council Training.
  10. Facilitate communication between RHA and other organizations, including community partners.
  11. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.

 

Section IV: Vice President of Administration and Finance

The Powers and Duties of the Vice President of Administration and Finance are as follows:

  1. Record minutes for each Executive Council and General Assembly meeting.
  2. Prepare and distribute accurate minutes of all meetings to all General Assembly members and advisors no later than three business days after each meeting.
  3. Maintain accurate records of attendance at each Executive Council and General Assembly meeting.
  4. Report to the President consecutive absences by an Executive Council member or a Residence Hall through their respective representative.
  5. Maintain a working knowledge of and enforce adherence to the Constitution and Policy Book of RHA.
  6. Serve as the historian for RHA by maintaining and archiving all records, files, materials, and other documents deemed appropriate by the President.
  7. Act as the chief financial officer for RHA by keeping precise records of all funds and expenditures of RHA, in conjunction with the Advisor(s).
  8. Prepare and distribute weekly budget reports of RHA to all General Assembly members.
  9. Serve in any other capacity as deemed necessary by the President.
  10. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.
  11. Assume the duties of the President in the event of their absence.

 

Section V: Vice President of Programming and Collaborations

The Powers and Duties of the Vice President of Programming and Collaborations are as follows:

  1. Plan and manage all programmatic efforts presented by RHA, except those that are service or training oriented.
  2. Maintain a list of all events, programs, and trainings sponsored by RHA.
  3. Complete an evaluation form for each event, program, and training sponsored by RHA.
  4. Serve in any other capacity as deemed necessary by the President.
  5. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.

 

Section VI: Vice President of Community Outreach and Advocacy

The Powers and Duties of the Vice President of Community Outreach and Advocacy are as follows:

  1. Serve as the liaison and coordinator for all outside organizational collaborative efforts.
  2. Plan and implement all service oriented programs as the head philanthropist for the organization.
  3. Serve in any other capacity as deemed necessary by the President.
  4. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.

 

Section VII: Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations

The Powers and Duties of the Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations are as follows:

  1. Maintain a positive online presence through the website and all social media accounts for RHA.
  2. Ensure that relevant documents are easily accessible for all members of RHA, including, but not limited to, the Constitution, position applications, event details, and minutes from General Assembly meetings.
  3. Manage the promotion and marketing campaigns for all programs, events, elections, and trainings sponsored by RHA.
  4. Document, through the use of photographs or other means, all programs, events, and trainings sponsored by RHA.
  5. Serve in any other capacity as deemed necessary by the President.
  6. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.

 

Section: VIII: National Communications Coordinator

The Powers and Duties of the National Communications Coordinator are as follows:

  1. Handle all correspondence with the state, regional, and national Residence Hall Associations and their member schools.
  2. Maintain, in conjunction with the Advisor(s), all state, regional, and national affiliations.
  3. Coordinate and manage all conference preparations.
  4. Represent, in funds as well as in person, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and RHA as a voting member at all state, regional, and national meetings.
  5. Maintain a working knowledge of and enforce adherence to Robert’s Rules of Order.
  6. Serve as the Parliamentarian during all Executive Council and General Assembly meetings, which includes tallying all non­-balloted votes.
  7. Bid for any and all appropriate and applicable awards, in conjunction with the Executive Council and Advisor(s).
  8. Prepare informative presentations to present to the General Assembly after each conference no later than 6 business days after the end of the conference.
  9. Evaluate each delegate’s performance following each conference by preparing and distributing delegation evaluation forms no later than 10 business days after the end of each conference.
  10. Serve in any other capacity as deemed necessary by the President.
  11. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.

 

Section: VIII: National Communications Coordinator – In Training

The Powers and Duties of the National Communications Coordinator – In Training are as follows:

  1. Assist the National Communications Coordinator with all state, regional, and national correspondence.
  2. Assist the National Communications Coordinator with all conference preparations.
  3. Represent, in person, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and RHA as the voting member by proxy of the National Communications Coordinator.
  4. Develop a working knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order.
  5. Develop the knowledge to write and submit award bids at the state, regional, and national levels.
  6. Automatically, without re-election, assume the office of the National Communications Coordinator at the end of their term as the National Communications Coordinator – In Training following NACURH.
  7. The NCC­IT shall begin shadowing the NCC immediately following their election to the office of the NCC­IT and will be considered a full member of the executive board. Shadowing includes attending the NCC’s office hours, RHA General Assembly meetings, RHA executive council meetings, RHA programs and events, conference delegation meetings and conferences.
  8. Serve in any other capacity as deemed necessary by the President.
  9. Serve as an RHA Liaison to their RHA Advisor assigned Hall Councils.

 

Article V RHA Advisor(s)

The Powers and Duties of the Advisor(s) are as follows:

  1. The Office of Housing and Residence Life at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, hereafter referred to as HRL, shall provide 2 members of its professional staff to serve as Advisors to RHA.
  2. RHA Advisors shall meet with their respective advisees on a regular basis and serve as a resource to RHA.
  3. Support the Executive Council in their endeavors to enhance residential life on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  4. Coordinate, in conjunction with the Executive Council, training and retreat initiatives undertaken by RHA.
  5. Maintain, in conjunction with the Vice President of Administration, all records of funds and expenditures of RHA.
  6. Complete all official purchases and orders on behalf of RHA with the assistance of an Executive member when needed.

 

Article VI RHA Liaisons

  1. Each member of the Executive Council shall be assigned Residence Halls to serve as a liaison between RHA and Hall Councils.
  2. The Executive Council member shall attend their assigned halls’ activities, meetings, and events and report back to the Executive Council.
  3. The RHA Advisor shall assign each Executive Council members Halls to serve as an RHA liaison.

 

Article VI General Assembly

Section I: Composition

  1. The General Assembly shall be composed of the Executive Council and Hall Council Representatives, including designees.

Section II: Powers and Duties

The Powers and Duties of the General Assembly are as follows:

  1. Be the representative body for the residential students of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  2. Provide the residence halls with information about services and activities provided by RHA, as well as other information provided from other colleges and universities.
  3. Establish procedures for the administration of the budget for RHA that are consistent with the policies of HRL and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  4. Establish bylaws and other procedures for the operation of the General Assembly.

Section III: Voting

  1. A quorum, made up of a simple majority of the voting members of RHA, must be present in order to vote on any business.
  2. The voting membership of the General Assembly shall consist of one vote per Residence Hall and one vote for each voting member of the Executive Council except the RHA President who will only vote in the case of a tie.

Article VII Hall Councils

Section I: Structure

  1. RHA shall oversee all Hall Councils at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Section II: Powers and Duties

  1. Plan programs and events for residents of their respective Residence Halls.
  2. Advocate the interests and concerns of the residents in their respective residence halls.
  3. Participate in all relevant trainings and programs sponsored by RHA.

Section III: Composition

  1. All Hall Councils shall have a leadership reflecting that of the Executive Council, consisting of a President, Vice President, Chair of Administration, Chair of Programming, Chair of Recognition and Service, and Chair of Marketing. In regards to representation, Hall Councils consisting of one building will have representation through one Floor Representative per floor whereas Hall Councils consisting of multiple buildings will have representation through one Building Representative per building.
  2. Hall Councils shall be advised by their respective community’s Coordinator for Residence Life or Residential College Coordinator.

Section IV: Qualifications In order to participate as a Hall Council member, candidates must:

In order to participate as a Hall Council member, candidates must:

  1. Maintain full time status as a student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  2. Reside in the Residence Hall that they wish to represent as a member of the Hall Council.
  3. Maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.5 (first year students who have yet to earn a GPA are exempt until the end of their first semester).
  4. Attend all Hall Council meetings and relevant trainings sponsored by RHA.
  5. Participate in events and programs sponsored by their Hall Council.
  6. Hall Council members must also be in good conduct standing with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

 

Section V: Positions

President

  1. Call and preside over all Hall Council Meetings.
  2. Establish detailed agenda for all meetings.
  3. Maintain a thorough knowledge of Hall Council constitution, policies, and procedures.
  4. Serve as the liaison between Hall Council and Resident Advisor Staff.
  5. Attend biweekly 1:1 meeting with Advisor.
  6. Attend monthly meetings with all hall council members.
  7. Serve as a voting representative to the General Assembly meetings of RHA.
  8. Relay information from RHA General Assembly meetings back to Hall Council; communicate the ideas and concerns of constituents at RHA General Assembly meetings.
  9. Guide communal discernment efforts in Hall Council; Provide insight into the issues facing our campus and develop successful plans on how to correct them on a campus wide level.
  10. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training programs.
  11. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Vice President

  1. Fulfill all duties of the Hall Council President in the event of succession.
  2. Submit monthly written reports to the Hall Council President on actions and initiatives taken during the month.
  3. Act as chief financial officer of the Hall Council in conjunction with the Hall Council Advisor.
  4. Keep precise records of all funds and expenditures of Hall Council.
  5. Attend monthly meetings with President.
  6. Complete other tasks as requested by the President or Advisor.
  7. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training programs
  8. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Chair of Administration

  1. Take and distribute accurate minutes of all Hall Council meetings.
  2. To maintain all important records of all official Hall Council business.
  3. Maintain attendance records of Hall Council programs and meetings.
  4. Develop a system for filing all Hall Council documents and resources, in conjunction with Vice President, to inform future Hall Councils.
  5. Attend monthly meetings with President.
  6. Complete all other tasks as requested by the President or Advisor.
  7. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training programs
  8. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Chair of Programming

  1. Direct the planning, execution, and delegation of duties for all social and educational activities of Hall Council as well as in conjunction with RHA Executive Board
  2. Plan and implement at least 2 building wide programs, in conjunction with Hall Council and/or Resident Advisor staff, per semester. RAs will direct programming expectations according to the Housing and Residence Life guidelines set out for them.
  3. Seek out collaborative opportunities with other Hall Councils
  4. Coordinate at least one physical/hall sport program per semester
  5. Coordinate all physical activity, hall sports events and intramural athletic teams consisting of Hall residents.
  6. Attend monthly meetings with President
  7. Complete all other tasks as requested by the President or Advisor.
  8. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training programs
  9. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Chair of Recognition and Service

  1. Direct the planning, execution, and delegation of duties for all recognition and service activities of Hall Council as well as in conjunction with RHA Executive Board
  2. Plan and implement at least 2 building wide programs, in junction with Hall Council and/or Resident Advisor staff, per semester. RAs will direct programming expectations according to the Housing and Residence Life guidelines set out for them
  3. Seek out collaborative opportunities with other Hall Council and outside organizations.
  4. Work in conjunction with RHA on philanthropic and advocacy programs and initiatives
  5. Assist RHA in programs and philanthropy and advocacy initiatives, as well as encourage fellow hall council members to get involved.
  6. Coordinate all recognition initiatives of residents, Hall Council members and other residence hall leaders by various means.
  7. Collaborate with Resident Advisor staff, RHA Executive Council and NRHH on collaborative recognition activities including birthdays and other momentous events
  8. To compose and submit no fewer than two National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) “Of­the­Month” (OTM) award nominations per month and to encourage Hall Council members and residents to submit nominations.
  9. To complete other tasks assigned by the President and or Advisor.
  10. Attend monthly 1:1 meeting President.
  11. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training program
  12. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Chair of Marketing

  1. To prepare and/or maintain the Hall Council media accounts with the approval of the Hall Council Advisor.
  2. To post appropriate documents of public interest in a timely manner.
  3. To design and distribute all forms of advertisement and publicity related to programs and other initiatives of Hall Council.
  4. To promote and increase the presence of Hall Council within the residence hall.
  5. Document the experience of resident’s involvement in Hall Council through photographs, video, and program assessments etc.
  6. Attend monthly 1:1 meetings with President.
  7. Complete all other tasks as requested by the President or Advisor.
  8. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training programs
  9. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Floor Representatives and Building Representatives

  1. Correspond regularly with their fellow Representatives concerning the welfare of residents and present a report of findings to the Hall Council.
  2. Promotes involvement of residents in community living to the Hall Council.
  3. Communicates with constituents regarding all programs, legislative actions, and other initiatives implemented by Hall Council.
  4. Attend monthly 1:1 meeting President.
  5. Attend Hall Council meetings, retreats, and training programs.
  6. Abide by the RHA and Hall Constitution.

Article IX Finance

Section I: Funding

  1. RHA shall receive their funding from HRL at an amount to be determined by the Associate Director for Residence Life each year.

Section II: Fundraising

  1. RHA will be able to hold fundraisers as needed, provided they are in compliance with University regulations.

Section III: Expenditures

  1. The Advisor(s) of RHA will carry out all RHA expenditures after approval by pertinent members of the Executive Council and General Assembly.

Section IV: Disbandment of RHA

  1. In the event that RHA disbands, all allocated monies shall be returned to HRL and used at their discretion.

Section V: Provisions

  1. A portion of RHA’s annual budget shall be distributed to various student groups, including Hall Councils, with the amounts to be determined by HRL, in conjunction with the Executive Council.
  2. In Funding Request the receiver must place the RHA logo on all advertisements for the event.
  3. The receiver should also complete and turn in an assessment/evaluation of the event to the V.P. of Administration in a timely manner.
  4. The RHA Funding Request guidelines shall serve as the source of procedure and policy on the distribution of RHA funds through the funding request method.

 

Article X Amendments

  1. Amendments may be proposed by any voting member of RHA and must be submitted for review by the Executive Council prior to presentation to the General Assembly.
  2. Amendments must be voted on no more than five business days after review by the Executive Council.
  3. A two­-thirds vote of the established voting membership is required to amend any part of the Constitution post-ratification.

 

Article XI Policy Book

  1. RHA shall establish a policy book, not in conflict with the Constitution, to maintain additional operating procedures, duties, statues, and limitations.
  2. A majority vote of the established voting membership is required to amend any part of the Policy Book.

 

The Policy Book of the Residence Hall Association The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Established 1984

Ratified summer 2017

The Residence Hall Association at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, hereafter referred to as RHA, is open to all residential students at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and there shall be no discrimination based on race, color, age, religion, sex, gender identity, nationality, disability, political affiliation, or sexual orientation.

I. Office and Supply Usage

  1. RHA will maintain an office space for use by the Executive Council to work on duties that are necessary to fulfill the mission and vision of the organization.
  2. Executive Council members shall be issued keys to the office during their term of office.
  3. All members of RHA are allowed usage of the office space and supplies for approved organizational business.
  4. The office shall be supplied with a printer, camera, and other equipment for use by members of RHA for approved organizational business.
  5. Use of the office or supplies for academic, personal, or any other reason aside from approved organizational business, may result in a denial of future access to these resources and termination of office use.

II. Office Hours

  1. Each Executive Council member of RHA is required to hold a minimum of two regularly scheduled office hours each week during their term of office.
  2. Office hours are only required on the days in which the University is open and classes are in session.

III. Affiliations

  1. RHA shall affiliate with the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH), South Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (SAACURH), and North Carolina Association of College and University Residence Halls (NCARH) organizations each year.
  2. The National Communications Coordinator (NCC) shall oversee the creation and submission of the Resource File Index and any other required materials for submission.
  3. The NCC shall work with the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Executive Council to maintain the NRHH affiliation.

IV. Conference Policy

  1. RHA, if affiliated with the respective organization, shall send delegations to the following annual conferences: NACURH, SAACURH, NCARH, No Frills, and Fall Summit.
  2. The size of each delegation is to be determined by an allowance from the budget of RHA and a delegation cap set by the conference staff.
  3. An Advisor of RHA, the National Communications Coordinator, and the National Communications Coordinator – In Training are required to attend every conference during their term of office.
  4. The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Representative and the NRHH Representative – In Training, should they apply, shall be given priority over all other potential delegates during the selection process.
  5. The Executive Council of RHA shall be given priority over all other potentialdelegates during the selection process, provided they have not yet completed their conference requirement and have satisfied proper application guidelines.
  1. Delegates are required to attend conference preparation meetings and sign expectation agreements prior to attending their respective conferences.
  2. Delegates shall represent RHA and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with distinction.
  3. The deposit fee for the National Communications Coordinator, National Communications Coordinator – In Training, National Residence Hall Honorary Representative, National Residence Hall Honorary Representative – In Training, and the conference Advisor(s) shall be paid in full for all conferences.
  4. Delegates who fail to fulfill all conference requirements or misrepresent RHA, the University, or the delegation while at the conference are subject to suspension from future conferences at the discretion of the National Communications Coordinator, in conjunction with the Advisor(s).

V. Absences

  1. In the event that an Executive Council member wishes to be absent from an Executive Council or General Assembly meeting or event, program, or training sponsored by RHA, they must be granted permission from the President at least 5 business days prior to the absence.
  2. In the event that an Executive Council member is absent from an Executive Council or General Assembly meeting or event, program, or training sponsored by RHA due to extenuating circumstances, they may be excused at the discretion of the President.
  3. Executive Council members must not accumulate more than 2 excused absences per semester.

VI. Special Elections

  1. In the event that the Executive Council has vacant positions after the initial election process, a special election may be held to fill the positions.
  2. In the event that the Executive Council has vacant positions following a special election process, the Executive Council, in conjunction with the Advisor(s), may appoint members to fill the positions.

VII. Resignation and Succession

  1. Executive Council members may resign at any point during their term of office, provided they supply a two-­week notice for their resignation to RHA Advisors.
  2. In the event that the position of the President is vacant, the order of succession is as follows: Vice President of Administration, Vice President of Programming, Vice President of Community Outreach, Vice President of Marketing and the National Communications Coordinator.
  3. In the event that the position of the President is vacant and no current Executive Council members are willing to fill the position, a special election shall be held to fill the position.
  4. In the event that an Executive Council position, other than the President, becomes vacant, a special election shall be held to fill the position.
  5. During RHA Executive Council or General Assembly meetings, any member may call the meeting into a closed session, in which minutes shall not be taken in order to protect the privacy of individuals and the integrity of the organization.

VIII. Impeachment

  1. In the event that an Executive Council member fails to uphold all constitutional and positional duties, is found to be abusing their power, or is found to be misrepresenting the organization, they may be subject to impeachment.
  2. The impeachment process shall be initiated by a petition brought forth to the Executive Council by at least 5 General Assembly members.
  3. The Executive Council member in question shall be notified at least 5 business days prior to the hearing, which is to take place no more than 10 business days after presentation of the petition.
  4. A two-­thirds vote of the established voting membership is required to impeach an Executive Council member.
  5. The impeachment hearing shall consist of: the presentation of the petition and reading of the charges, a defense by the Executive Council member in question, a discussion of the charges, and a vote by means of a secret ballot, to be counted by the Advisor(s).
  6. If the Executive Council member in question fails to attend the hearing, they waive any right to defend themselves against the charges.
  7. The Advisor(s) of RHA shall tally the votes of the secret ballot and announce the results immediately following the hearing.
  8. The Executive Council member in question shall not participate in the discussion of the charges or voting process.
  9. Impeached Executive Council members are ineligible to participate in further positions on the Executive Council.

 

IX. Students shall not jointly hold the positions of a Resident Advisor and an Executive Council member.

 

X. All accounting records of RHA monies must be made available within 5 business days of a request received in writing by a General Assembly member.

 

XI. Online social media accounts representing RHA may be created or deactivated as needed to continue effective promotion of the organization as decided by the Executive Council, in conjunction with the Advisors.


Approved by the 2019-2020 RHA Executive Council.

All members of RHA and Hall Council’s may amend the constitution by adding, changing, or removing items they seem necessary. If you are interest in writing an amendment please contact the National Communications Coordinator or IT for more information.