NACURH National Committees [NRHH Focus]
NACURH’s national committees are designed to review, update, and enhance our organization’s major services. The following three (3) committees are tasked with a focus on the function of the NRHH.
If you are interested in joining one of these committees or would like more information, please contact the chairs of the committee you are interested in. If you still need assistance, please feel free to contact the NAN at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NRHH Standards Committee
Chairs: Joey Koehn- GLACURH AD NRHH, Alex Sniffen-MACURH AD NRHH
Vice Chair: Chris Kennedy-SWACURH RCC
The Honorary Standards Committee will be responsible for researching, evaluating and defining the standards of the Honorary. Goals include, but are not limited to: evaluating the effects of the May 2009 national minimum induction GPA raise, developing National OTM judging criteria, and assessing the live on requirement for NRHH.
NRHH Resources Committee
Co-Chairs: Megan Wilson-PACURH AD NRHH, Nicole Wong-NEACURH AD NRHH
Vice Chair: Trent Moore, Western Illinois University
The NRHH Resources Committee will responsible for evaluating, revising, and updating the resources that the NRHH offers its chapters. Goals include, but are not limited to: creating an OTM how-to guide, evaluating the ABC’s of NRHH, surveying NRHH chapters to determine what resources would be beneficial in the future.
National Residence Hall Month (NRHM)
Chair: Lena Tenney- SWACURH AD NRHH, Coty Behanna-CAACURH AD NRHH
Vice Chair: Tyler Treptow-MACURH RCC
The NRHM Committee is charged with the task of getting NRHM recognized as a nationally observed month. In specific, this committee will develop a comprehensive packet to disburse to member school about NRHM, potential events to plan during the month and various types of media to promote the event. This committee will also be responsible for creating the timetable from implementation to submission of the final proposal of NRHM. They will also be responsible for collecting media (pictures, video, documents, flyers, etc.) from member school to be used in the future for submission of a proposal to the federal government by the Advocacy Committee.