ABOUT THE NATIONAL RESIDENCE HALL HONORARY
What is NRHH?
The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a leadership-based honorary organization that values service and recognition, and is a branch of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH). The purpose of NRHH is to recognize individuals who have contributed to the advancement of the residence hall community at the University of Arizona, as well as the local community. The Omega Eta Lambda Chapter believes in the importance of student involvement in service, community building, advocacy, academics and programming.
NRHH is the premiere honorary dedicated to recognizing the top 1% of leaders living in residence halls. NRHH’s outstanding leaders demonstrate excellence in scholastics, are role models of service, are bestowers of recognition and are exercisers of leadership.
The colors of the honorary are blue and white. The blue symbolizes loyalty to purpose and idea. The white signifies a blank page on which a student writes the successes and experiences while living in the residence halls.
More information about NRHH can be found HERE.
NRHH has two main values that we display in all our actions:
Service: We serve our communities in order to have a positive impact on the world, and also to make people aware of our values!
Recognition: We recognize others so that they are more likely to continue their hard work!
The Omega Eta Lambda Chapter of NRHH was founded in 1990.
Since 2004, we have inducted over 200 members into our diamond family!
At NACURH 2016, our chapter won the NRHH Building Block Chapter of the Year Award out of all the NRHH chapters from across the country!
At IACURH 2016, our chapter won Outstanding Chapter of the Year out of all schools in the region!
2020-2021 ΩΗΛ NRHH EXECUTIVE BOARD
The NRHH Executive Board is comprised of seven student leaders from across the UA Campus, as well as a graduate advisor representing Residence Life. These students, with their advisor, work to ensure that NRHH runs smoothly, and is represented fully on the UA Campus while simultaneously upholding the organization's values.