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Staff and Association of Residence Halls
The Association of Residence Halls (ARH) is the overall governing body that ties together and organizes the University of North Dakota's residence hall community. ARH also represents UND residence halls locally, regionally, and nationally. ARH consists of seven boards that serve the residence hall students in the areas of Budget, Conduct, Environment, Food/Facilities, Media, Programming and Wellness.
Representatives are voted in each fall for Hall President, Vice President, Secretary, each of the seven board representative positions and hall wing representatives. Many new students (just like you) are elected to fill these positions. It's an excellent opportunity to find out how hall government works. The input of the students is a vital part of the governing that ARH does for the residence halls. Again, if you are interested in getting involved, please contact your Resident Assistant.
What is AIM?
AIM stands for "ARH Integrated Media". The AIM board is a part of Hall Government and ARH. Every hall has hall government elections in the fall and spring semesters. The AIM Board votes on movies for the RLC Channel and creates contests and events for residence hall students to enjoy, such as the long standing tradition of 21 Night, which takes place every February.