Membership in ARH will allow you to:
- Meet new people and create lasting memories
- Gain valuable leadership experience
- Put on fun programs
- Build your resume
- Make a difference in your residential community
Any residential student can attend the weekly ARH General Assembly meetings. Meetings are held every other Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m. in the Rosa Parks Conference Room located near the Watterson Dining Commons.
ARH Executive Board positions and responsibilities allow students to take on leadership roles and become involved in a way that not only benefits the student body but also enriches their education and experience.
Join the Executive Board
All of the executive board positions have been filled for the 2022-2023 academic year. If you have any interest in learning more about getting involved, please reach out to ARH President Josh Ririe.
Student Elections Canvassing Policy
University Housing Services, with the support of the Association of Residence Halls, places several guidelines on canvassing and campaigning in the residence halls or the Cardinal Court complex. Groups or individuals wishing to post or distribute printed materials or canvass door-to-door must:
- Register with the Association of Residence Halls by filling out the Canvassing Registration Form.
- Be sponsored by a recognized university organization.
- Contact the reception desk in each hall or community center (Cardinal Court) before canvassing to inform them of the length and nature of the canvassing activities.
- Abide by all University Housing and university regulations.
- Abide by the wishes of residents who do not choose to participate.
This form must be completed 24 hours before the ticket plans to canvass. You will be contacted via email when you are approved to canvass in the residence halls.
Discover Ways to Get Involved
Leadership Associations are available to residential students in each area of campus.
Diversity coalitions work to meet the needs of underrepresented students while also raising cultural awareness.
Move-in is an exciting time on our campus, and we want to ensure your transition is as smooth as possible.
Annual conferences are opportunities for student leaders in the residence halls to network with other student leaders across the state, region, and nation. In addition, students attend various programming sessions throughout the duration of the conference.
ARH attends the Great Lake Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (GLACURH), Illinois Residence Hall Association (IRHA), and National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) conferences.
If you are interested in attending a conference contact ARH advisor, Elizabeth Thomason.
GLACURH - Great Lake Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls
This conference brings together the states of Michigan, Ontario, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana for a conference all about residence hall life.
IRHA - Illinois Residence Hall Association
The IRHA conference brings together over 20 schools from around Illinois each year for opportunities to learn new ideas from other students and teach each other ways to make residence hall life even better.
NACURH - National Association of College and University Residence Halls
This national conference brings together the entire country plus students from Canada, Mexico, and even parts of Australia to share ideas and learn from other students about how to make residence hall life even better!