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What is WURHA?

This organization shall act as a central point for information gathering and sharing to promote, coordinate, and assist residence housing communities on all member campuses.  WURHA shall integrate ideas and share information of mutual interests through various communication links such as WCC interaction, annual conferences, newsletters, and listserves; in order to create and improve upon individual residence housing organizations.  It shall recruit and provide a starting point for both new and member school schools to become involved in WURHA, the Great Lakes Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls, and the National Association of College and University Residence Halls.


Who Makes up WURHA?

Alverno College
Carthage College
University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
University of Wisconsin – Green Bay
University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse
Marquette University
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Mount Mary University
University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
University of Wisconsin – River Falls
University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin – Stout
St. Norbert College
University of Wisconsin – Whitewater
Viterbo University


What do members do

Each member school has their own representative.  These representatives are called Wisconsin Communications Coordinators (WCCs).  The WCCs are responsible for preparing delegations for their schools for the annual conference, writing and voting on bids and legislation, and maintaining contact with other member schools.


Social media

Check us out on these social media outlets for more information!

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MyWURHA

Twitter: @WURHA


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