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Living Learning Communities | Residence Hall Association | National Residence Hall Honorary

Living on campus presents many opportunities to get involved, whether it be with a Housing organization or a campus organization. Residents are encouraged to be involved in their halls to engage with their peers and create opportunities to shape their living experience.

Living Learning Communities

The Living Learning Communities (LLCs) with Housing & Residential Engagement are a chance to live and breathe your interests and major. With LLCs across a spectrum of academic interests, these communities are a chance to engage with your peers, faculty mentors, and Housing staff about topics you know and love.

LLC students must live on campus and in their respective community location. Students are also required to enroll in the common course for their specific community, which means that everyone in the LLC takes the same class at the same time. New LLC students are also expected to attend an LLC orientation during Welcome Home Week.

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Residence Hall Association

Residence Hall Association(RHA) provides a voice for the 1,800+ residents in the UCO Housing community. The organization, led by an elected panel of residents, provides all residents with the opportunity to plan programs for their peers, serve the UCO campus and community, and gain leadership while making new friends. 

RHA hosts various events throughout the year. These include Welcome Week activities when the residence halls open in the fall, Rock the Block, Here We Glow Again, and Holi. Leaders within the organization have the privilege of representing UCO at various regional and national conferences.

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National Residence Hall Honorary

Founded in 1964, the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) was established by the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH) to recognize outstanding efforts of residents across the nation. NRHH recognizes the top one percent of student leaders across the United States in campus housing based on GPA and involvement.

This organization's values are devoted to developing leadership throughout all residential areas through service opportunities and recognition of others within the campus community.

Applicants can either apply for membership or be nominated by a Housing official. All applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and live in a UCO residence hall. 

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