Student Housing Association
What is SHA?
The Student Housing Association (SHA) is an organization that is open to all students living on campus at the University of Southern Indiana. SHA is the voice for students living on campus and represents the interests and concerns of all residential students. Residents also have the opportunity to attend state, regional, and national conferences through IRHO, GLACURH, and NACURH. Additionally, SHA makes recommendations on Housing and Residence Life policies and acts as a liaison between campus administration and residents. SHA is an excellent leadership opportunity and a great way to connect with campus.
Involvement in SHA is a leadership opportunity open to all campus residents. SHA is made up of six executive board positions; President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, Advertising Chair, National Communications Coordinator/Hoosier Communications Coordinator, and Programming Chair. SHA also has two committees: Eagle Road Crew and the Diversity Project. Each committee works to develop programs and/or fundraisers with the goal of uniting the residential community.
Why We Exist?
Our mission is to enhance the residential experience. In SHA, we like to provide residential students a home away from home and serve you to the best of our abilities. Your residential experience matters and we want to help make it the best it can possibly be. We also sponsor events such as the Block Party, Light Up the Night, Wash-A-Poolza, and Midnight Breakfast to name a few.
For more information about SHA, email Karen Huseman, Assistant Director of Programming, firstname.lastname@example.org.