Get involved with RHA! Be a Leader, right in your very own home!

The Residence Hall Association’s main mission is to serve and provide a comfortable living and learning environment for campus residents, but RHA cannot do this without the help of those very residents who serve in various positions throughout the organization. There are many ways one can easily get involved with RHA, including:

Each residence hall has its very own hall council.

The hall council is the governing body of the residence hall and each resident has an opportunity to be apart of it. There is a position for every one, every major, every personality type, and every work load amount. The positions available are:
  • President
  • Vice President
  • Chair of Administration
  • Chair of Programming 
  • Chair of Marketing
  • Chair of Recognition and Service
  • Floor/Building Representatives
Hall councils engage in their residential communities by advocating for students, planning programs, participating in community service, and supporting various philanthropies. hall councils vary in size, but all have the same core values - to serve residents. Elections begin early in the Fall semester where candidates can campaign for their positions and then are elected by their peers. Those appointed to their hall council's will be inducted during a formal ceremony and attend a training session in the week following elections. Each council typically meets weekly or biweekly to plan events, discuss general assembly topics, and voice their opinions. In addition to hall activities, each hall council also sends a representative to represent the hall as part of the RHA General Assembly. These representatives attend weekly meetings, which are open to ALL students and take place every Monday at 7pm in Shaw residence hall in the Tillman-Smart Room. To get involved in your community, contact your hall council's chief executive officer using the information below. You can also see when and where your community meetings are; remember, RHA and hall council meetings are open to ALL residents!

Hall Council Directory:

  • Cone
  • Grogan
  • Guilford
  • Jefferson Suites
  • Mary Foust
  • Moore/Strong
  • Phillips/Hawkins
  • The Quad
  • Ragsdale/Mendenhall
  • Reynolds
  • Spartan Village
  • Spencer's
  • Spring Garden Apartments
  • Tower Village
  • Weil & Winfield
All questions can be directed to
The Residence Hall Association is more than just a campus student group. It is part a national association founded in 1954 that has since grown into the largest student organization in the world. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro proudly affiliates with the following groups:

National Association of College and University Residence Halls

The National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) is the largest student-run organization in the world. It brings together over 400 schools from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Qatar. NACURH promotes living on campus as an integral part of the college experience, and strives to provide resources to help member schools create the ultimate residence hall environment and experience. An annual conference is held each summer at one of the member universities, where more than 2,000 students gather to network and learn how to improve their organization. In addition, national awards are given in various categories such as School of the Year,President of the Year, Program of the Year, and many others. RHA seeks enthusiastic residents each Spring to serve as delegates of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

South Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls

The South Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (SAACURH) is one of eight regional affiliates that comprise NACURH. Similar to the national organization, SAACURH attempts to improve communities within college residence halls by providing network opportunities through conferences and other resources designed to help schools improve their residence hall organizations. A regional conference is held every fall with over 700 delegates from schools in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. In addition the National Communications Coordinators (NCCs) from each school meet in March for a business conference called RBC, where they discuss legislation and distribute awards for the School of the Year, Student of the Year, and many others. RHA seeks enthusiastic residents each Fall to serve as delegates of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

NCARH logoNorth Carolina Association of Residence Halls

The North Carolina Association of Residence Halls (NCARH) is the state affiliation college and university residence halls. Like its regional and national counterparts, NCARH provides resources and networking opportunities to member’s schools to facilitate the continued improvement of campus residence hall associations. An annual conference is held each year in February, with over 150 students from across North Carolina gathering to learn new methods for growing their organizations.

Who Attends Conferences?

  • Anyone who lives on campus! We look for a diverse group of people to be a part of our delegation for each conference. This includes but is not limited to: RHA Executive Officers, General Assembly members, Hall Council members, RAs, NRHH members, and most importantly, underclassmen who are interested in getting more involved with RHA! An application for each conference is put out at least one month in advance to allow for ample delegation planning.
  • Delegates’ duties for conferences include: Attending all delegate meetings; preparing programs to be presented to other schools; creating a banner and display; assisting with fundraisers that go toward the conference; creating a roll call video; and keeping a positive attitude!
  • All delegates will be responsible for presenting a program at the conference, either individually or with partners. A program is a presentation about a topic that will give other delegates from other universities knowledge about how to better serve their residents. Programs can be about becoming a better leader, how to deal with cultural diversity, how to create a successful fundraising event, etc. They can be as original, creative, and fun as you want them to be. The main idea is to explain something that the other delegates can take back to their schools and use to better the lives of their residents
  • Most importantly, we want delegates to HAVE FUN!
  • Questions? Contact the RHA National Communications Coordinator, Daisy Brewer at
RHA hosts signature programs and initiatives each school year, some include: HRL Carnival, Spartan Love Week, Movie Night On The Lawn, Backyard BBQ.
General Assembly meetings are open to ALL residential students. Each hall council has a representative(s) and they may vote on the legislation at the meeting. Halls who do not attend will not receive voting rights for the legislation at that meeting. Meetings are every Monday at 7:00pm in Shaw Residence Hall in the Tillman-Smart Room, located in the Historic Quad.

Meetings are Mondays at 7:00pm via Zoom. The links will be sent out weekly!

Fall 2022 General Assembly Meeting Dates: 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14, 11/21 and 11/28

Hall Council Funding Request Form

Organization Funding Request Form


All of this is possible for you, no matter what your major, personality type, or work load.