Conferences and Retreats


At CSU, RHA and NRHH participate in three (3) annual conferences hosted by IACURH and NACURH. IACURH is the Intermountain Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls which is CSU’s regional affiliate of NACURH ( NACURH is the National Association of College and University Residence Halls and is composed of eight regional affiliates and two corporate offices (

The first conference is the IACURH leadership conference  This weekend long conference is an opportunity for schools from the states within the region of IACURH to network, present programs and recognizes the achievements they have made throughout the first portion of the year. The delegation for IACURH is selected by the National Communications Coordinator (NCC) in the fall. The application for IACURH will open on September 24th on this link here.

Regional Business Conference (RBC) is the annual business meeting hosted by the IACURH region. At this business meeting, members from states within the region of IACURH will vote on pertinent legislation, elect the new leadership for IACURH and select the regional award nominees for the NACURH conference. Only the National Communications Coordinator, National Communications Coordinator In-Training (when able), RHA President, NRHH President, and Advisors attend this conference.

The last conference is the NACURH Leadership Conference at the end May. The NACURH conference gathers schools from across the country and Canada to recognize great accomplishments achieved throughout the year, as well as network, gain programming ideas and display school spirit!

For more information on how to attend any of the conferences, contact Carson Black, the National Communications Coordinator for RHA.


Fall Hall Retreat

Fall Hall is the opening retreat for the Residential Leadership Programs (RHA,NRHH, and hall councils) year. This weekend retreat is held at the YMCA of the Rockies.  All residents involved in the Residential Leadership Programs (RLP) attend this retreat to learn about the leadership roles within the residence halls, as well as to participate in leadership and team building activities.

Spring Leadership Retreat

The Spring Leadership Retreat is a one day retreat held on the CSU campus. Residents involved in RLP will attend this retreat to network with one another, gain programming ideas and further develop their own skills as leaders, as well as be informed of the semester’s upcoming events for RLP.

Retreat attendees