Residence Hall Association

Thank you for visiting the Residence Hall Association (RHA) page. We encourage you to look around and learn more about RHA, the executive board and to find out more about what we do to provide programming and support to students on campus.

What is RHA?

RHA provides a space of engagement and a sense of community for the students that live on campus. Living on-campus at Radford University is an integral part of the college experience. It is one of the best ways to become connected to the university community.

As a governing body, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the voice of on-campus residents, serving as the liaison between residents and the administration. We will inspire growth, leadership, and involvement through our development of on-campus life.

What does RHA do?

The RHA is responsible for campus-wide programming, Hall Council development and student advocacy within the residence halls. RHA exists to support students' leadership skills and hear student concerns with where they live and what they would like to do for programming. RHA works hard to provide a space of engagement and community for the students that live on campus.

Get involved in RHA

Students living on-campus are already members of RHA and are welcome to attend any RHA meetings, functions or group activities. If you are wanting to get involved you can join an RHA meeting on Thursdays at 6:15pm in the Draper Hall RHA Office. 

If you have questions you can reach out to the RHA Advisor Rodrigo Galarza at

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