In the our avid pursuit to build leaders on our campus we as the Residence Hall Association offer many opportunities to learn and grow. This is done through workshops, shadowing an executive board member, conferences, and even the potential to earn a certificate in leadership development. Look below to see the many opportunities available to all residents on the University of Arizona campus.
Every year the ability to shadow one of the RHA Executives is offered to residents on campus. Being a shadow includes meeting regularly with the Executive Member, helping preform duties of RHA Executive, and assisting with planning and implementation of RHA events.
The RHA Executive Board establishes committees to help carry out the mission of the organization. The committees can focus on advocating for the residents, the UA campus, and RHA as an organization. Anyone living in the residence halls on the UA campus has the opportunity to become involved on any of the current committees. For more information and to apply click here.
Hall Leadership Camp occurs in the fall and is held at Triangle Y Camp in Oracle. Here Hall Councils are able to not only bond but as well learn how to grow as individuals and a team. This includes learning how to program for their hall, parliamentary procedure, and much more.
Hosted on the UA campus RHA brings a delegation to the National Collegiate Leadership Conference to grow as leaders and bring back ideas. These ideas are cultivated and implemented in our residence halls.
The date for REVAMP 2017 has not yet been determined, but more information will be coming to you soon! Here Hall Councils are able to not only bond but as well learn how to grow as individuals and a team. This includes learning how to program for their hall, parliamentary procedure, and much more.
Hall Involvement Team (HI Team) is a group of Arizona Wildcats that get to move into their residence halls early in order to be the welcoming team for the rest of campus. The week-long HI Team program includes three days of leadership training with U of A Residence Hall Association, and four days of campus move-in. During HI Team student leaders work with families to move students and their belongings into the residence halls on campus wide move in days.
All 23 halls on our campus are split into three different districts: Highland, Park, and Historic. Each district has a least two district buddies. District Buddies not only act as a point of contact and support for that district's Hall Councils but as well is as a resource. This meaning that any Hall Council can request programs, team builders, or workshops from their District Buddies. To find out more click here.