The Residence Hall Association gives students an opportunity to connect with many students and staff all across campus. Students in R.H.A. build friendships and collaborate on projects that open doors to other leadership opportunities.
The purpose of Chapman University's Residence Hall Association is to enhance the quality of residence hall life and provide a cohesive voice for the residents by:
- Advocating for students by addressing the concerns of the on-campus population with University administration and campus organizations.
- Educating students by providing cultural, community service, educational, and social programming and events for the benefit of residents, staff and surrounding community.
- Collaborating with students by establishing and working with individual hall councils.
- Acting as a liaison to the Office of Housing & Residence Life and other departments on campus.
R.H.A. meets on a weekly basis to plan programs and activities for students living in on-campus housing. Any student living in a residence hall or university apartment welcome to come to meetings. Some RHA programs include: Trick O' Treat Street, movie nights, All Hall Forum, holiday parties, & Hall Brawl Super Glory Fight!