Residence Hall Association receives awards
The NDSU Residence Hall Association received four awards at the Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls conference in February. NDSU competed against 41 affiliated schools in the Midwest and now moves on to compete against more than 300 schools at the annual National Association of College and University Residence Halls conference in June at the University of Pittsburgh, according to Becky Bahe, assistant director for leadership and community development.
The awards include:
- Nicholas Conner for First-Year Experience Award – The award recognizes outstanding contributions of a first-year student and encourages students to remain active in leadership positions on campus.
- Erianne Bright for National Residence Hall Honorary Member of the Year – The award recognizes outstanding service to National Residence Hall Honorary and Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls by an individual who has been directly affiliated with both organizations.
- National Residence Hall Honorary Outstanding Chapter of the Year – The award recognizes outstanding achievements of the chapter in regard to service, leadership, recognition and scholarship on the campus, regional and national levels. It is the highest honor a National Residence Hall Honorary chapter can attain.
- School of the Year Award – The award recognizes outstanding achievements on the campus level by a residence hall organization and all associated groups, as well as regional and national contributions.
More information on the NDSU Residence Hall Association is available at www.ndsu.edu/reslife/rha.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.