National Residence Hall Honorary
The National Residence Hall Honorary is a leadership-based honorary comprised of exemplary residential students who value service and recognition, and the South Atlantic is so proud to have so many NRHH Chapters in our midst.
The South Atlantic NRHH Chapters can refer to this page for links to resources and a few important pieces, including the OTM Cup information. Keep checking back for updates as this page will be updated as more information becomes available. In the meantime, be sure to join the NRHH Diamond Family Chat for more Diamond Fun!
If you do not currently have an NRHH Chapter and your institution is interested in beginning, please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about how. Additionally, you can go here for more information from NACURH about starting your chapter.
Louie Love and Diamond Pride to you all.
-- Chloe O'Sullivan
Associate Director for NRHH
SAACURH Of The Month Cup
No Award | 1 point
Campus Honorable Mention | 1 point
Campus Winner | 5 points
Regional Honorable Mention | 8 points
Regional Winner | 10 points
NACURH Honorable Mention | 20 points
NACURH Winner | 25 points
Want more points?
Have someone from your school become an active member of the OTM Selection Committee! 1 point per verified OTM category vote.
Membership Spotlight Submission
Over the upcoming year #TeamNRHH will be highlighting SAACURH NRHH members and alumni through a weekly spotlight. This spotlight can highlight a Chapter President, Executive Board Member, General Body Member, Advisor, and even NRHH alumni.
If you are interested in submitting a spotlight about yourself or someone else please follow the link provided below.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please reach out to our AD NRHH at email@example.com.
Build the Bridge
RHA and NRHH are two very similar and very different organizations. When they utilize the connection between them, both organizations can complement each other and help the other thrive in so many ways. This includes more participation in both RHA & NRHH as well as more recognition, service, and advocacy on your campus year round.
The Build the Bridge Passport Program is designed to allow both organizations opportunities to get better connected with the other through three stamps and competencies. Seven (7) tasks fall under each stamp as a way to start the conversation about completing the competency, but it is only required that you complete at least four (4) to receive your certification in that competency.
To earn an initial certification for a stamp, you must submit through the link below a brief description of how you completed four of the tasks under that competency. You can be certified in all three competencies through the Build the Bridge Passport Program and the competencies can be completed in any order.
After the initial certification, you must complete at least two tasks each subsequent year to remain certified. Certifications last three years, at which point they must be renewed by submitting how four of the tasks under the competency in mind were completed.
Start the Program HERE.