National Residence Hall Honorary

students getting awards

With over 350 chapters nationally, the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) recognizes the top one percent of student leaders impacting the residence halls on colleges and university campuses. Salem State's chapter, Omega Zeta Epsilon, has been inducting outstanding student leaders since 2001. As the top one percent of student leaders on campus, no more than 20 students may be members at any point in time. Omega Zeta Epsilon members are active leaders on campus participating in community service initiatives, recognition projects, and leadership development activities. Omega Zeta Epsilon also coordinates the "of the month" program which honors outstanding students, staff, faculty, and programs each month. Winners then compete in regional and then national competitions. Omega Zeta Epsilon began another form of recognition including OTM (Of The Month) worthy cards. Look out for these business cards given out by members to show that you've done something worthy of an OTM (Of The Month) award!

Named as the National Association of College and University Residence Halls(NACURH), National Building Block Chapter of the Year in 2007, Omega Zeta Epsilon serves as a national model for what a chapter can accomplish on campus. To view the Omega Zeta Epsilon Constitution, please click HERE.

Congratulations to the "Of the Month" winners from Salem State who were recognized as the best on campus for January 2013:

  • Lenora Willis - Residence Life Faculty/Staff of the Month
  • Thomas Couto - Resident Assistant of the Month
  • Isabel Vargas - Spotlight of the Month
  • Julie Koivisto - Spotlight of the Month

And for Regional:

  • Connor Mar-Aurele - First Year Student of the Month
  • NRHH - Organization of the Month