Humboldt State University

Resident Housing Association

Resident Housing Association
The Resident Housing Association is the umbrella council, overseeing the other councils listed councils. RHA is dedicated to serving the residence hall community with leadership and education. RHA meets every Monday at 6pm in the Mad River Room. The current chair is Garming Lu. For more information you can contact

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Area Councils
Each Living Area (i.e. The Canyon, The Hill, Cypress, Creekview, Campus Apartments, and College Creek) has its very own area council. These groups plan awesome events for each individual area. Not only are area councils fun, they also provide an excellent place for residence to get involved. Area councils always meet on Tuesdays at 7pm, for more information and locations please contact your C.A. New positions open every semester!

Residence Official Board of Technology or ROBOT is a group of residents committed to sharing their love of technology with residence hall community. ROBOT works on a number of technological issues in the residence halls as well as throwing fun and informative programs for the residents. They meet on Wednesdays at 8pm in Mad River Room.

Active Minds
Active Minds for Mental Health is a mental health advocacy group working within the Humboldt State University Residence Halls. They meet on Thursdays at 7pm in Mad River Room.

Queers & Allies
This is a support group for the GLBTQIA community in the residence halls to come together, hang out, and have fun! Q&A meets every Wednesday at 6:00pm in the Klammath River Room.

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The Residence Programming Board (RPB) puts on programs for residents in all living areas and assists other councils in putting on their programs. RPB is responsible for the movies in the J, and all big programs (like dances, Halloween, and the Super Bowl!). So if you want something done, GET INVOVLED! RPB meets every Wednesday at 7pm in the Mad River Room. For more information email

The Resident on Culture Council (ROCC) meets every Thursday at 6 pm in the Klamath River Room. ROCC puts on social justice related programs to facilitate education in the residence halls. ROCC advocates for and works with many different groups on campus, such as the Multi-Cultural Center and The Eric Rofes Center.

The Michael Wilcoxen Chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary is an organization that prides itself on offering leadership, philanthropic, and recognition programs for the student leaders of the HSU Residence Halls. NRHH is comprised of the top 1% of student leaders in the Residence Halls. They meet on Mondays at 7:30 in Moonstone Beach Room. You can contact the council at

RHA Constitution54.5 KB
RHA By-Laws76 KB
RHA Funding Proposal 03.27.201324.5 KB