The National Residence Hall Honorary is accepting applications to become part of their organization.
The NRHH is an honorary society comprised of the top 1 percent of on-campus leaders with core values focusing on service and recognition for the campus and the local community.
The purpose of the NRHH is to recognize those individuals who have demonstrated positive leadership and outstanding service to residence hall life at Georgia Southern University.
The NRHH is looking for someone who has shown leadership initiative on campus in the past year through the use of residential and community services.
Other qualifications for candidates are:
Possess minimum 2.5 GPA.Live in the residence halls for one year.Not currently be on conduct probation at Georgia Southern University.Have completed at least two semesters (including the current semester) of service to residence halls and/or Georgia Southern University community.Not be graduating during the semester of their induction.
See the NRHH Constitution for a full list of responsibilities.
Members of NRHH participate in various university and community service events, Hall-O-Ween and Eggstravaganza. They also hold community service projects during General Body meetings which consist of things like making dog treats, and random acts of kindness.
“We also are an organization that is looking to grow and develop more on campus and are open to any new ideas member bring to this organization.” NRHH President Josie Woodward said via email.
The application is open until March 26 at 5 p.m.