Partners and Sponsors
RHA is proud to be sister organizations with the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) of the University of Arizona. Together, we both strive to strengthen communities and build leaders across campus. The UA NRHH was recently awarded NRHH Chapter of the Year, recognizing their accomplishments and dedication to the people and Tucson community. For more information about NRHH, please click here to visit their website!
Cats After Dark provides free, late night events on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Program offerings include but are not limited to Trivia Nights, free movie screenings, mock-tail bars, moonlight hikes, and more!
Work with Cats After Dark and RHA to
Learn event planning skills
Make new friends
Create events for students like you
Meeting every Wednesday at 7pm you can learn more here.
Cats After Dark Sponsorship
Cats After Dark also helps fund/sponsor other Arizona evening events at up to $500, learn more here.
Housing & Residential Life is a proud sponsor of the University of Arizona Residence Hall Association. Housing serves as a main resource to RHA for marketing, advisement, business administration, and interacting with campus administrators. If you would like to learn more about the dorms and Housing & Residential Life, please visit their website.
The Center for Sustainability maintain a strong presence within RHA and their Hall Councils. They look to ensure that there is sustainability awareness throughout the residence halls. They work to create a healthier, more sustainable environment for all university students. If you wish to learn more about Eco Reps and their role on campus, click here.
Dormify is a new partner with Housing, starting Fall 2022, and is dedicated to ensuring students living in our communities are comfortable and welcomed in their new home. For more information, check out their webiste and social media!
ACT, also known as Advocates Coming Together, is an organization that focuses on social justice and building an inclusive and safe community on the University of Arizona campus. For more information about the ACT Organization, click here.