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Be the voice of on-campus students!

​The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the student government of on-campus students. We advocate, listen, and plan events for students. On your residence hall's council, you can advocate for change and build community in your hall!

Application for the fall coming soon!


Keep up with RHA!

RHA SENATE

Our bi-weekly Senate works on initiatives surrounding our campus community. Every other Tuesday, representatives from every residence hall present resolutions and acts working with other campus groups and administrators. 

Click here to see what we did in our last Senate. 

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

Instagram: @marylandrha

Facebook: @marylandrha

Give our National Residence Hall Honorary (Jim Henson Chapter) a follow: @marylandnrhh


RHA at earth fest

About

We are the voice of on-campus Terps. RHA specializes in legislation representing the ideas of residents and resident community event programming.

What We Do
RHA Main Page Photo

Senate

Learn about our legislative body, made up of elected students representing over 12,500 on-campus residents.

How We Advocate
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RHA Roundup

Read RHA Roundup - our bi-weekly newsletter about all things RHA - to learn about the initiatives we are working on, see upcoming events from our hall councils, and what our seven committees are up to!

Check it out!
Ellicott Pumpkin Painting '23

Councils

RHA’s 15 hall and area councils advocate for the interests of their peers and build community through fun and informational events.

Learn More About Your Council
Sam Briggs (president)

Leadership

Meet our executive board, composed of returning RHA members intent on extending their advocacy and programming initiatives beyond the council level. 

Meet our Executive Team
Memorial Chapel

History

RHA is committed to providing accessible materials for our constituents regarding our work. Explore our history in the form of past semesterly newsletters, press releases, and statements.

Explore Our History
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