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Raising Wolves is a brand new college jumpstart program designed by Residence Hall Association to help nurture the leadership potential within students through programming and hands-on leadership experience.
This is an exclusive experience and only a select few will be chosen from the Arkansas, Kays, University, Northpark Quads, and Honors residence halls to participate. Applicants will be selected based on leadership potential, past involvements and/or a desire to be a leader and be involved. We want a great mixture of personality types as well as experience levels in order to create a dynamic experience for all.
Students accepted in the program will be permitted to move-in early on August 15th opposed to move-in day on August 17th.
On August 16th, students will attend a conference filled with mini-sessions teaching them about leadership and being an active member of Residence Hall Association. The following day — move-in day — students will help promote their different councils.
All participants of Raising Wolves are expected to be active members within their hall/area councils and within the RHA Body.
For questions contact the RHA President, Charmaine Foster, at email@example.com