Residence Hall Association (RHA)

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is made up of individuals from each of the residence halls. RHA delegates are elected by their peers in Hall Council and represent their residence halls in this campus-wide organization. RHA is one of the most active and visible groups on the WTAMU campus and has won WTAMU Organization of the Year many times! For more information about this great organization, visit their website!

Hall Council

Each residence hall has a Hall Council, of which all residents of that building are members.  Through Hall Council, you have the opportunity to participate in the governance of your residence hall. Hall Council delegates address issues of concern and propose changes to better meet the needs of the residents. Hall Council delegates also plan and carry out various hall programs and events.

Community Advisor (CA)

A Community Advisor (CA) is a student who lives on campus and acts as a resource for the students on their floor, wing, or unit within their residence hall. CAs are student leaders chosen to assist the residents, serving as a resource, mentor, friend, role model, and community leader.

Community Advisors play a key role in creating an environment for students that is conducive to academic, personal, and social growth. CAs develop social, educational, and cultural activities for their residents. They also enforce and educate students on University policies and regulations within the residence halls.

On average, CAs are responsible for a living area of approximately 30-45 residents. CAs participate in job training and orientation throughout the year, developing strong leadership and interpersonal skills that last a lifetime. As compensation for their service, each CA receives a room and meal plan, as well as a monthly stipend.

CA Programming

Each Community Advisor (CA) oversees the planning and implementation of several events throughout the semester designed to help you get involved in your community, meet other residents, and expose yourself to hobbies/topics you may be unfamiliar with.  Attending these programs is a great way to get plugged in on campus and meet new people!  Do you have a great idea for a program or want to share your hobby/interests with your fellow residents?  Talk to your CA and they will help you get the ball rolling!

Office of Student Engagement & Leadership (OSEL)

The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership is the center of your college experience. They can help you get the most out of your time at WTAMU through campus activities, student organizations, special events and programs, leadership development, and student success resources.