What is National Residence Hall Honorary?
The purpose of National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is to provide recognition for those students and administrators in the residence hall systems that have demonstrated important leadership qualities and who have made outstanding service contributions, as well as to provide these students a means by which to use their qualities to develop other leaders at CU.
NRHH provides service opportunities to members as well as students around campus. Every semester we as a group do service projects that benefit the community around us, some examples of service projects we've done in the past are Relay for Life, cleaning up Boulder Creek, writing letters to soldiers, making scarves for Children's Hospital,etc. Even if you aren't an NRHH member but are interested in volunteering send an email to Courtney Romero.
For more information about service opportunities at CU Boulder and the Boulder community check out the Volunteer Resource Center Website
To submit service hours, please use the service hours submission form.
The "Of The Month" (OTM) awards are to recognize people and programs that have gone above and beyond. Has your Hall Council or RA put on an awesome program? Do you want to recognize a student, RA or community for going the extra mile? Then nominate them for an "Of the Month" award!
Leadership is an integral part of Residence Life, and is embodied in NRHH by providing the members with information on different leadership positions on campus as well as organizing and overseeing the induction of new members to NRHH.
Strive to support NRHH members in their endeavors toward academic success. Provide programs to encourage scholastics and develop academic skills for members.