The LSU Residence Hall Association (RHA) is responsible for major programming throughout the year.
Help support these programs by purchasing an activity card at move-in day. With your community activity card, you enjoy exclusive access to a variety of items at your hall’s front desk like games, cleaning supplies, pool sticks or ping pong paddles for games in your hall, cooking items, and more. It’s just $10 per semester, can go straight on your fee bill, and supplements your hall Community Council’s budget for programs and other student-driven improvements to the hall.
Block Party 2019
After moving into your residence hall, head over to the PMAC to hang out with the Residence Hall Association (RHA) during our annual Block Party! Enjoy inflatables, lawn games, dancing, Kona Ice snowballs, and more! Whether you are a “new resident on the block” or a returning resident, you don’t want to miss out on this chance to meet fellow residents from all across campus.
Homecoming Week's Splatterbeat
Splatterbeat is an annual paint party that kicks off LSU’s Homecoming Week! The event is open to all LSU students, so join the colorful fun on the Parade Ground! Come early to get your official Splatterbeat t-shirt!
October 7, 2019
Annual Crawfish Boil
Crawfish Boil 2020
The annual RHA Crawfish Boil has become one of the student body’s favorite traditions. Taking place in the 459 Dining Hall and Laville Hall Courtyard, any resident living on campus can come eat crawfish, barbeque, and snowballs. RHA provides music in the courtyard and in the dining hall while residents dance, sing, and met new people.
General Assembly Meetings
General Assemblies are held throughout each semester. At General Assemblies, each community council, the RHA executive board, and any other guests come together to discuss important matters pertaining to LSU’s residential community and perform any official business.
General Assemblies will be held Thursdays at 5 p.m. in Capital Chambers 329 in the Student Union.
Community Council Meetings
Community Councils meet weekly to discuss community needs and plan social and educational events. Check with your in-hall staff to see when your council meets.