Established in 1964, the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is an international honor society and the honorary branch of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls, Incorporated (NACURH, Inc.). NRHH is composed of exemplary residential students who value recognition and service. NRHH is dedicated to the advancement of residential students through leadership, recognition and service opportunities.
The Rho Lambda Chapter at Binghamton University has been established since 2006, composed of the top residential leaders living on campus while looking to improve and capitalize on the skills of these residents. Members of our Chapter look to improve campus community as well as the greater Binghamton area with service projects such as Hand to Heart, a campus-wide toy drive during the holiday season, and recognition events such as our semester awards banquet, providing acknowledgement to those who exemplify our values of service and recognition. Members are required to complete a series of active membership requirements ranging from meeting attendance, committee service, scholarly achievement and recognition efforts by the end of each academic year.
The National Residence Hall Honorary is the premiere honor society dedicated to recognizing leaders on campus. NRHH is founded on two key values: recognition and service. Our members are considered to be the top 1% of leaders across the nation.
Applications will open in the spring.
Of The Month (OTM) awards are a program NRHH coordinates to recognize the amazing things happening here on campus. They are a great way of nominating outstanding individuals, groups and programs for awards for recognition on the campus, regional and international levels. Anybody (student, staff, or faculty member) can submit a nomination through the OTM website.
The Constitution of the Rho Lambda Chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary
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