A Residence Life Student Organization consisting of students who live on campus and represent Southeast Missouri State University’s on campus population. Congratulations! By living with us on campus, you are a member!
The RHA Office is located on the first floor of Towers Complex Room 111.RHA Constitution
Major: Human Resource Management
Hometown: O'Fallon, MO
Office Hours: Wednesdays 1-2:30pm and 3:30-4pm
Presley Schleicher has been a member of RHA since fall of 2016. During the 2016 school year, Presley was a voting representative for Towers East. For the 2017 school year, Presley was RHA’s Public Relations Coordinator. For the first semester of the 2018 school year, Presley was RHA’s Chief Administrator. Presley is RHA’s President for the second semester of the 2018 school year. In addition to being in RHA, Presley is also involved on campus as a second-year Resident Assistant for Towers South and she is a member of Kappa Beta Gamma, a non-Panhellenic social sorority at SEMO. In her free time, she likes to watch Criminal Minds and Game of Thrones.
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
Office Hours: Tuesdays 3:30-4:30pm, Fridays 10am-11am
Mollie Emerick started off a representative for Dearmont her freshman year, but later became the Hall Initiatives Co-Chair, Treasurer, and is currently the Chief Administrator. She is a Student Ambassador and a first-year Resident Assistant in Towers West. She leads the Hall Initiatives Committee, which works to improve campus.
Major: Financial Economics
Hometown: Collierville, TN
Office Hours: Thursdays 2-4pm
Jordan is majoring in Financial Economics and will be a financial advisor once she has graduated. She started as a voting representative for Towers South but soon ran for the Treasurer position once the opportunity arose. She is a member of DECA, SAC, and the Jane Stephens Honors Program. She does not like to sit still unless she is watching Game of Thrones or something on Netflix. In this position, Jordan plans to do her best to make sure things run smoothly for everyone and make sure we get the most out of our programs.
Major: Social Work
Hometown: Festus, MO
Office Hours: Tuesdays 2-3pm, Thursdays 2-3pm
Graduating in Fall of 2019, Maddie is hoping to get a job as a hospital or school social worker. She has been a member of RHA since her freshman year. She has served in multiple positions including a Representative for Towers East and RHA Programming Communications Coordinator. Maddie is in her second term as RHA’s Programming Communications Coordinator. Maddie is also a second-year Resident Assistant for Towers North. In her free time, Maddie enjoys camping, hiking, reading poetry, and driving around in her truck. Her favorite TV show is Rick and Morty and her favorite food is soft pretzels with cheese.
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
Office Hours: Mondays 11am-1pm
Audrey is a sophomore studying Mass Communications: TV/Film. Last year, she was a RHA representative for Merick Hall, and now she is the Public Relations Coordinator. Audrey is also a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma. When she's not running all over the place for class or her extracurriculars, she's usually binging a TV show, eating, or napping.
Major: Family and Consumer Science Education
Hometown: Eureka, MO
Office Hours: Wednesdays 4-7pm
Rachel Cundy is a sophomore studying family and consumer science education. She is super excited to be RHA’s National Communications Coordinator (NCC), where she communicates with other RHA organizations in the region and nationally. She enjoys going to the river, cooking and baking, and going to conferences for MACURH and NACURH. Rachel was the Towers East Rep and the NCC-IT her freshman year. Besides RHA, she works as an orientation leader and at the EDvolution Center in Scully.
Major: Animal Science
Hometown: Hernando, MS
Kaitlynn Ried is currently in her second year at SEMO where she is a Resident Assistant in Dearmont. She loves spending time with her friends and watching Netflix. Kaitlynn is very passionate about helping others, making a difference, and getting involved on campus when she can. After graduation, she hopes to either find a job working in animal nutrition or to continue her education at the University of Kentucky to obtain her Masters in Animal and Food Sciences.
Weekly meetings with RHA executive board and voting and non-voting representatives of each residence hall. You are free to attend any of these meetings!
Spring meeting time/location: Tuesdays at 5:30pm in the UC (Program Lounge/Main Redhawks Suite)
The goal of philanthropy is to complete service-based projects and raise awareness for different causes. Examples are Ties for Hope and the Campus-Wide Cleanup.
Spring meeting time/location: Thursdays at 6pm in RHA office
The goal of advertising is to make advertisements for programs, whether they’re RHA programs or programs for outside organizations. Advertisements include paper flyers, posters, chalking, etc.
Spring meeting time/location: Tuesdays at 4pm in ResLife Conference Room
The goal of RRR is to build connections within RHA, recognize achievements, and encourage students to join RHA/return to RHA.
Spring meeting time/location: Thursdays at 5pm in RHA office
The goal of programming is to successfully plan and implement engaging, fun programs for SEMO’s on-campus population. Examples of programs are Splatterbeat and the RHA Campfire.
Spring meeting time/location: Tuesdays at 4pm in RHA office
The goal of hall initiatives is to recognize and attempt to solve any issues concerning residence halls, such as university dining policies, hall renovations, or Residence Life policies/procedures.
Spring meeting time/location: Thursdays at 6:30pm in RHA office
The goal of funding board is to review and discuss allocations as a team, interview those requesting the allocations, and vote on whether allocations be passed and for what amount.
Spring meeting time/location: Thursdays at 5pm in the UC Sagamore Room
Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls
Consistent with the Articles of Incorporation of NACURH Inc., the purpose of MACURH shall be to promote student intellectual, educational, cultural, physical, and social welfare; to design and facilitate programs and informational services; to provide an avenue for assisting students to achieve fuller participation in the life of the college community and to extend the influence and good name of our organization everywhere.
In providing student resources, the Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls values diversity, advocacy, integrity, recognition, service, development and community in on campus learning environments.Website
RBC Date/Location: Pittsburg State University, KS, February 7th-10th
RLC Date/Location: St. Louis University, MO, Date TBD
National Association of College and University Residence Halls
The operating structure of NACURH is comprised of eight regional affiliates and two corporate offices. Each region is responsible for all schools in their respective area. The two offices, the NACURH Information Center (NIC), and NACURH Services and Recognition Office (NSRO), each handle various association-wide responsibilities.
As an organization, NACURH empowers, motivates, and equips residence hall leaders by providing them with skills and resources in order for them to excel and positively impact their campus communities.
The National Association of College and University Residence Halls, NACURH Inc, seeks to create a network of engaged citizens sharing common experiences through residential leadership opportunities.Website
NACURH Date/Location: Louisiana State University, LA. May 31st - June 2nd.