Elisa Moralez - Class of 2020 - email@example.com
Jennifer Truitt - Class of 2020 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lily Wulfmeyer - Class of 2020 - email@example.com
Alex Li - Class of 2020 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Bishop (away for fall semester) - Class of 2020 - email@example.com
What do RHAS DO?
Rice Health Advisors, or RHAs, are students who have been trained on a variety of wellbeing topics. These students work at their college to provide health education opportunities, health supplies and peer guidance. RHAs also act as a liaison between the Student Wellbeing Office and the residential colleges, staying up to date on campus-wide wellbeing programming. It’s important to note that while the RHAs do provide health supplies like bandaids and other first aid supplies, they are mainly here for your mental health and wellbeing. Feel free to contact them or go and talk to them if you need some guidance, need health supplies, or just want to chat! Or meet them at one of the events or study breaks they host throughout the year!
Note: RHAs will direct students to the Wellness Center, Health Services or the Rice Counseling Center as appropriate.
HOW TO CONTACT AN RHA
There are a couple methods of contacting an RHA:
1) Text or email an RHA
Include your name
Let them know you need to talk
Include what times you’re available to meet
If it’s urgent, let them know, and they’ll make sure to reply as quickly as possible
2) Fill out the Google form below.
Don’t worry about being formal - RHAs are students too! They would be happy to talk to you in person or via message.