Residence Hall Involvement

Residence Life offers a number of ways to get involved on campus, all with a focus on creating a positive living/learning environment. General information regarding Residence Hall involvement can be found at the Residence Life Web site.


Leadership Involvement Teams (LIT):

Each residence hall a Leadership Involvement Team - a group that provides opportunities for student involvement in activities and an airing of residence hall concerns. Representatives from each floor as well as executive board members are elected each fall. All students are encouraged to attend the LIT meetings for their residence hall. For more information, please visit the LIT Web site.


Residence Hall Association (RHA):

The Residence Hall Association is an organization established to promote interaction among residence halls. As a governing body, RHA has direct impact on Residence Life policies. Members have an opportunity for leadership, conferences and networking. For more information, please visit the RHA Web site.


National Residence Hall Honorary:

The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a service organization of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls. The goal of the organization is to recognize and acknowledge individuals who work toward the betterment of residence hall life. For more information, please visit the NRHH Web site.


Diversity Advocates:

Diversity Advocates (DA's) are part-time (approximately 10 hours per month) student staff members of the Office of Residence Life. Diversity Advocates work to raise awareness and promote understanding and appreciation of the diversity of our community. For more informaiton, please visit DA's Web site.


Resident Assistants (RAs):

Resident Assistants (RAs) are student staff members who help facilitate positive learning communities in the residence halls. Every residence hall floor has at least one RA who is available to serve as a resource for residents, to offer individual assistance, and to promote community. The application process begins early in the spring semester for the following academic year. For more information, please visit the RA Web site.