Resident Assistants are student leaders, who live on your floor or in your building.
They are there to help and build community. They offer social and academic programs,
serve as a resource, and help maintain reasonable standards of community citizenship.
To learn more about becoming a Resident Assitant, please visit our Resident Assistant webpage.
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
Honoring the top 1% of residential student leaders, the National Residence Hall Honorary
is the only nationwide honorary organization that exclusively recognizes leaders in
the residence halls. The KSU chapter of NRHH is called the Beta Gamma chapter, and
all members must have at least a 3.0 GPA to be considered for membership. The foundation
is based upon two values of recognition and service.
Want to show recognition for an RA, student, or program? Submitting an Of the Month
(OTM) nomination is the perfect way to do so! The OTM process is overseen by NRHH
and allows students, faculty, and staff to show recognition towards outstanding students
and programs. Complete the form below to submit a nomination! The deadline for all
submissions is the 1st of the month for the preceding month.
Did you submit an Of The Month (OTM)? If so the Peach Award process is very similar!
Let's celebrate the amazing things we're doing here in Georgia! PEACH AWARDS were
created to promote recognition of outstanding achievement within residence halls among
all Georgia Colleges and Universities. Peach Award Nominations are due on the fifth
of every month for the previous month. Example: Nominations for August Peach Awards
are due by September 5.
Residence Hall Association (RHA) exists to serve the needs of residents through advocacy
and programming. Each on-campus community has a Community Council, of elected officers
that report up to RHA. The Community Councils serve as the primary voice of the residents
within that community. RHA is the voice of all residents across campus to Housing
and Residence Life and other parties interested in matters affecting the quality of
life of residential students.