Residence Hall Association
Members of Hall Councils, the Residence Hall Association (RHA), and National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) benefit from the unique opportunity to apply to serve as conference delegates! At various state, regional, and national conferences, delegates connect with peers, engage in leadership development opportunities, and showcase their school pride! Delegates also have the opportunity to submit proposals to facilitate an educational session to facilitate learning and enhance their peer education skills!
NACURH Annual Conference
The National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) Annual Conference typically occurs in May or June. It is an opportunity for residential student leaders from across the nation and the world to connect and learn together. Delegates participate in educational sessions about social justice, leadership development, event planning, and advocacy.
Regional Leadership Conference
The South Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (SAACURH) Conference typically occurs in fall semester. Student leaders from this region unite to recognize outstanding achievements, share ideas, and engage in professional development opportunities.
Regional Business Conference
This SAACURH Conference typically occurs in spring semester. Unlike the other conferences, this conference focuses solely on legislative business and bid reviews for regional awards and opportunities. Traditionally, this work occurs in boardrooms without the opportunity for spirited traditions or formal professional development workshops.
Mini FARH Conference
The Mini Florida Association of Residence Halls (FARH) Conference typically occurs in fall semester. It’s an opportunity for members of RHA Executive Boards and National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Executive Boards across the state to connect, shape the vision of FARH, review legislation, and share best practices to develop synergistic leadership organizations.
FARH Annual Conference
The FARH Annual Conference is an opportunity for hundreds of residential student leaders across the state to develop relationships, facilitate recognition initiatives, share best practices to create a sense of belonging at colleges and universities, and engage in professional development.