National Residence Hall Honorary

NRHH

NRHH is an international organization that prides itself in community service as well as recognizing others who do the same! NRHH stands on four pillars which are recognition, service, leadership, and scholastics. NRHH is comprised of the top 1% of student leaders living in the residence halls based off of our four pillars. We work alongside RHA (Residence Hall Association) to help better the residence hall communities and help meet resident’s needs.

2015-2016 Officers:

Coordinator: Analicia Reed

Communications Coordinator: Austin Nelson

Philanthropy Chair: Bryan Escalon

MembershipChair: Martiza Cavazos

Co-Recognition Chairs: Christian Hester and Brandon Kemper

Fudriasing Chair: Jose Polio

 

OTMs

OTMs are “Of the Months” which are a way to recognize the amazing things going on at your campus. This recognition starts on your campus level and can possibly reach regional and national levels. Categories include: Advisor, Community Service Program, Diversity Program, Executive Board Member, Educational Program, First year Student, Institution Faculty/Staff, Organization, Resident Assistant, Residential Community, Residence Life Faculty/Staff, Passive Program, Social Program, Spotlight, Student. For more information about OTMs visit www.nrhh.nacurh.org

SHSU was recently recognized at the national level. Sam Houston's OTM award winner

SHSU / Frank Cloud Chapter of NRHH

Sam Houston's NRHH is the Frank Cloud Chapter. Frank Cloud (November 14, 1939 – January 7, 1994) was the Director of Housing and Food Services at Sam Houston State University. In 1983, when Frank was diagnosed with CML, he began one of the most challenging journeys of his life; but he took that challenge and shaped it into a life's work and a personal joy. He virtually transformed his cancer experience into avenues of hope for literally thousands of others facing the same challenge.

Through his life and caring Frank gave us his joy, love, kindness, understanding, inspiration, and friendship. He left an indelible impact in our lives and an uncommon legacy of hope.

In his memory, we named our NRHH chapter after him in hopes that we can represent his courage and willingness to give.