Interested in developing leadership skills, networking, and professionalism? Not to mention, FOR FREE?
Apply to the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH)'s Academic Conference!
The National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) is an international organization made up of eight regions. The eight regions cover the entire United States, Canada, parts of Australia, Mexico, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates. NACURH brings together students who live in residence halls on college campuses to share ideas, resources, and best practices in order to improve their residential communities. NACURH and our region CAACURH (Central Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls) are student-run organizations working to promote and improve student life on college and university campuses across the region, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, District of Colombia, Qatar, and UAE. To reach this goal, each year one affiliated member school hosts an annual conference for members of Residence Hall Association (RHA), the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), and other on-campus student leaders to learn about leadership, programming, philanthropy, recognition, sustainability, and social justice.
NACURH will be held at North Dakota State University and this conference will be held on May 22nd - Mary 24th this year!
Feel free to check on their website to learn more about NACURH: http://www.nacurh2015.com/
Applications are due on Monday, March 23rd @ 11:59PM.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
Carmela de Vera
National Communications Coordinator
Interested in attending regional and national conferences? Collaborating with other institutions? Developing leadership skills and meeting new people?
Apply to be the National Communications Coordinator for the 2015-2016 academic school year!
Voting begins 9:00AM Friday, September 19th to 11:59PM Monday, September 22nd. Encourage your residences to vote and spread the word!
Here is the following link:
On the login page, you will enter your NetID and your password. From here, you will be taken to the voting page. On this page, you will be able to vote on the positions that are within your residence hall government, your campus council and the executive board positions. There are some restrictions on the voting portal:
1) Hall Government Candidates can only obtain votes from their residences respective to their hall.
2) Residential Associate Directors / Residential Directors can obtain votes from anyone on their respective campus.
3) Executive Board members (Director of Technology / University Relations) can obtain votes from any Rutgers student.
Steps for voting:
1) Log on using your NET ID and password.
2) Vote according to the position and candidate you wish to elect: It will automatically be restricted and filtered to your Hall Government or Campus.
3) Click Submit.
Best of luck to all candidate!
Do you want to get involved? Do you want to gain leadership experience? Advocate for your students? Put on intentional programs?
Hall Governments are the most significant aspect of RHA. They are the foundation that the organization stands on and have the closest connection to you, the resident. The goal of your Hall Government is to coordinate programs and advocate for you and your fellow residents to foster community and ensure a great living experience in your residence hall.
Additionally, the Executive Board is here to ensure that RHA as a whole accomplishes and understands these goals by overseeing RHA operations, coordinating General Assembly meetings, and providing guidance and resources to all RHA members.
If you are interested in running, fill out the form below.
Attached Below are the campaign guidelines and position descriptions.
Best of luck!
Introducing the Residence Hall Association for 2014-2015 academic year:
Executive President - Kelly Conover
Executive Vice President - Megan Chen
Director of Finance - Krina Patel
Director of Leadership Development - Michelle Choi
Director of Advocacy - Cheyenne Davis
Director of Technology - Katherine Herrara
Director of University Relations - Sonali Alluri
Busch Residential Council Director - Jamie Wooding
College Ave Residential Council Director - Kayla Peters
Cook Douglass Residential Council Director - Silvia Gunderson
Busch Residential Council Associate Director - Robert Gross
College Ave Residential Council Associate Director - Alea Couch
Cook Residential Council Associate Director - Priscilla Savage
B.E.S.T Hall President - Diana Cho
Busch Suites Hall President - Jorge Torres
Silvers Hall President - Kevin Castillo
Brett Hall President - Ali Haider Ismali
Campbell Hall President - Allison Meyer
Hardenbergh Hall President - Brittany Bone
Cook Apartments Hall President - Tyler Bond
Livingston Apartments Hall President - Krupa Gandhi
Quad III Hall President - Madhavika Gopali
Frelinghuysen Hall President - Donalene Roberts
Congratulations to our winners! We look forward to a successful year!