NRHH AWARDS & RECOGNITION
Please refer to the NRHH Policy Book and the NACURH Policy Book regarding the NRHH awards and recognition including but not limited to: award purpose, eligibility, bid requirements, criteria and selection process.
NRHH Outstanding Chapter of the Year
Purpose: The NRHH Outstanding Chapter of the Year award is the highest honor an NRHH Chapter can obtain. The award recognizes outstanding achievements of an NRHH chapter on the campus, regional, and NACURH levels.
NACURH 2019 Winner: N/A
NRHH Building Block Chapter of the Year
Purpose: The NRHH Building Block Chapter of the Year is given to a chapter that shows outstanding growth and development during the year of nomination.
NACURH 2019 Winner: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Outstanding NRHH Member of the Year
Purpose: This award is designed to recognize outstanding service to NRHH and NACURH by an individual who has been directly affiliated with both organizations.
NACURH 2019 Winner: Cameron Amos, University of Northern Iowa
NRHH President of the Year
Purpose: This award recognizes the outstanding service of an NRHH Chapter President at an affiliated school who has a direct positive impact on their school, region, and NACURH.
NACURH 2019 Winner: Sammy Garrett, Truman State University
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Outstanding Leadership and Service Pin
Purpose: This pin is the highest individual honor an NRHH Chapter can award to its members.
The pin shall be awarded to NRHH Members (active, alumni, early alumni or honorary) that
have provided outstanding leadership and service to their NRHH Chapter. The pins may be
purchased from the NSRO. The maximum number of pins which may be given in a year is
equal to the number of regional affiliates within NACURH.
Purpose: This pin is the highest individual honor given by the RHA or NRHH President.
The pin shall be awarded to individuals who have provided leadership and direction to
their campus organizations. The pins may be purchased from the NSRO. The maximum
number of pins which may be given in a year is equal to the number of regional affiliates
NRHH Diamond Award
Purpose: The NRHH Diamond Award is an honor bestowed upon individuals who have made
outstanding strides reaching beyond their on-campus community while exemplifying the
values of NRHH. The award recognizes outstanding achievements and/or collaborations linking
members of their chapter to that of their campus community and other college and university
NRHH Chapters across NACURH.