What is R.S.A.?
What is RSA?
Resident Student Association is a housing organization known as RSA.
1. The purpose of R.S.A. is to promote the well-being of each resident through the creation of methods and means by which residents become full participants in the development, maintenance, and enhancement of a residential community founded upon mutual respect, consideration and cooperation.
2. To provide a forum for students to voice their opinions and take action upon them and to provide a means through representation of keeping residents informed.
3. The Resident Student Association shall provide residents with substance-free, social activities and events that foster a sense of belonging and integration within residential communities.
- All students living in our residential communities and all staff employed through the Department of University Housing shall be members of RSA.
- The Director of Housing has identified three residential communities (Pacer Downs, Pacer Commons, and Pacer Crossings). All students living in each residential community shall be members of that Community Council.
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