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Residence Hall Association

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) gives students a voice in what residents want and need and encourages residents to become actively involved in the residential life community. RHA provides on-campus programs including movie nights, spoken work contests and collaborative events with other organizations. RHA is a student organization led by residents on the executive board who were selected by residents. It holds executive board nominations each Spring semester for the consecutive school year. Click here to view RHA Executive Board position descriptions. 

RHA LogoRHA is a great opportunity for those interested in being a part of enriching the community through large-scale programs and advocating for residents’ concerns. You are automatically a member if you live on campus, so own your experience by being an active member in RHA!   

 


Other Opportunities to Get Involved with Housing and Residential Life 

Residence Hall Honor Council (RHHC)

Residence Hall Honor Council (RHHC) reviews incidents of alleged misconduct in the residence halls. Residents who violated the Code of Conduct or an HRL policy may opt to meet with the RHHC depending on the severity of the violation. The RHHC consists of resident volunteers who complete an application and interview process to be selected as a member. Residents serving on the RHHC must live on campus at USC Upstate, be in good behavioral standing with the University and have at least a 2.5 GPA. The exception to the GPA requirement is if the resident is a first semester, first-year student. Students interested joining the Residence Hall Honor Council should click here to apply online, or contact Brittany House for more information.

Contact: Housing and Residential Life at hrl@uscupstate.edu for more information about RHA and RHHC