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Our NRHH Chapter

The National Residence Hall Honorary is an organization with chapters at more than 180 American colleges and universities.

NRHH provides recognition for students living in residence halls and university-owned apartments who have given outstanding service and provided important leadership in the advancement of Carroll’s residence hall system.

The Pios Chapter of NRHH provides leadership training, student and staff recognition days, and student and faculty awards. We annually select student leaders living in Carroll-owned housing to join this organization.

NRHH promotes activities that encourage leadership development for campus residents, and brings recognition to Residence Life programs and programmers.

The Pios Chapter works closely with campus organizations and offices such as the Residence Hall Association and the Office of Residence Life.

Pillars

The National Residence Hall Honorary is founded on four pillars: Leadership, Recognition, Scholastics, and Service.

Leadership: Learning how to develop yourself and others to achieve your highest potential by providing opportunities for leadership, growth, and recognizing the needs of the campus and community.

Scholastics: Providing a support and recognition system for residence hall leaders through education and incentives to increase scholastic advancement.

Service:  Creating a positive identity for our campus and community through our willingness, ability, and responsibility to reciprocate good works to our campus and community.

Recognition:  Actively and passively supporting and celebrating good works in a timely and meaningful manner.

Of The Months "OTM"

NRHH is an organization that strives to recognize leaders within the residence halls and university apartments for their outstanding contributions to the residence life community. Of the Month awards are a wonderful way to accomplish this.

Of the Months are given monthly to individuals, groups or programs that have made a positive impact on the residence life community.

Once OTM winners are selected at the chapter level, they are sent to the regional organization, GLACURH. Once winners are selected at the GLACURH level, they are sent to the national level, NACURH, where they are judged against other regional winners from around the country.

Submit Of The Month awards for outstanding people and programs

 

 

Of the Month Categories

ANY person or program that has made a significant impact on your past month is eligible for an Of the Month Award! One winner per month can be chosen in each of these 15 categories.

To submit Of the Month awards for outstanding people and programs, go to: 

General Categories

Individuals

Advisor: This category can be used to recognize RHA, NRHH, or hall/apartment council advisors for their contributions related to their role as an advisor. Advisors of student organizations outside the residence halls should be nominated as either institution or residence life faculty/staff.

Executive Board Member: All RHA, NRHH and hall/apartment council executive board members and RHA representatives can be nominated in this category. Executive board members of student organizations outside the residence halls should be nominated as first year students or students.

Institution Faculty/Staff: This category is for university faculty and staff who aid students in academics, such as professors, instructors, teaching assistants, counselors, and the like. These faculty members have contributed to bettering the Carroll community inside and outside of the classroom.

Residence Life Faculty/Staff: Any university employee who works in a residence hall is applicable for this category including Residence Hall Area Directors, maintenance/ground staffs, custodial staff, and front desk staff. Resident Assistants should be nominated in the Resident Assistant category.

Resident Assistant: Resident Assistants who have gone above and beyond in their job duties.

First Year Student: Students in their first year at Carroll (this includes transfer students) who excel in adapting to a new environment within their residence hall. If the first year student is on RHA or their hall council, then they should be nominated in the executive board member category.

Student: Any individual enrolled as a student who does not fit into the executive board member, resident assistant, residence life faculty/staff, and/or first year student categories is eligible for the student category. This category recognizes students that have gone above and beyond in improving the Carroll community.

Student Staff Member: Any individual within a residence hall student staff position that has worked to create a positive experience for the residential community. This category is intended to recognize student staff members while these students are not working in the capacity of a Resident Assistant or Executive Board Member position.

 

Spotlight: Any individual who has benefited the Carroll community and is not eligible for any other category should be nominated for spotlight. Dining hall employees and guests to the university are two examples.

 

Groups

Organization: Formal student organizations that have benefited the Carroll community through programming, advocacy, fundraising, or through other means. RHA, hall/apartment councils, student organizations, or any other student group are eligible for this category.

Residential Community: Any community of students living in a university residence hall or apartment, (a floor or wing, for example), would fall into this category.

 

Program Categories

Community Service Programs help the community — whether it's going to a soup kitchen, having a food or clothing drive or raising money for a non-profit organization.

Diversity Programs celebrate and teach about our similarities and honor our differences.

Educational Programs are intended to teach about a topic, issue, or idea.

Passive Programs do not require anyone to actively run them, such as bulletin boards, newsletters, displays, and the like.

Social Programs have the purpose of bringing people together to do something fun.

 

Get Involved in Residence Life!

Hall Council

  • Many residence halls contain an organization to which all residents are invited to become active participants. The hall councils are resident-led organizations and are advised by the Area Director and/or Community Coordinator. Joining a hall council is a great way for a student to become involved and allow his/her voice and ideas to be heard.
  • Some activities the hall councils have planned include Winter Olympics, Community Trick or Treat,  finals week de-stressor, game night, and more. With each hall's residents planning these events, the possibilities are endless.

CURHA (Carroll University Residence Hall Association):

  • CURHA is an inter-hall organization within the Department of Residence Life and Housing, aimed to organize and focus student leadership within the residence halls.
  • CURHA aims at enhancing the residential experience at Carroll by engaging students with learning and social opportunities to build lifelong skills and relationships that will forever connect them to the Carroll community.

Resident Assistant (RA) Programming

  • RAs are given resources to create and host a variety of programs to strengthen their floor communities and build strong relationships with their residents. Based on the needs and wants of each floor, the RAs plan educational and social programs to help foster continued growth outside the classroom. Each educational program is designed to align with one of Carroll’s Four Pillars.
  • Some examples of RA programming are volunteer day, autism awareness, CarrollStock, PIO-PALOZA, Sushi Night, Wheel of Fortune, Mark up the Night, resume building, study tips, ice cream socials, etiquette dinner, microwave madness, etc.  Have a program idea? Let your RA know!

 

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