What is GRHO?
The Georgia Residence Hall Organization (GRHO) seeks to facilitate leadership training, develop a system for an open exchange of ideas, programs, policies, and procedures, and foster a central and unified voice for residence hall governments. As an organization, we commit our efforts to the goals of developing leadership, honoring diversity, recognizing achievement, and engaging student leaders. Furthermore, we pledge to support and advocate on behalf of the residents of the colleges and universities in the great state of Georgia.
Is your school thinking about joining GRHO? Here are 6 great reasons why you should do so!
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Do you want to host GRHO 2020?
- Are you interested in bidding to host GRHO 2020? If so, we'd love to hear from you! Please fill out this form, and we'll get in touch with you shortly. Note that filling out this form does NOT commit you to anything; it is merely an interest form.
- We are currently looking to fill the ADR and ADP positions. If you or anybody you know is interested in serving in either of these positions, please consider applying! All applications are due by Sunday, March 31st at 11:59pm.
- The Associate Director of Recognition (ADR) is primarily responsible for organizing and overseeing the awards/bid process. More information about the role and its responsibilities are included in this application.
- The Associate Director of Promotions (ADP) is primarily responsible for securing and maintaining member school affiliations with GRHO. More information about the role and its responsibilities are included in this application.