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 25 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.  

Each semester, Omega Zeta Epsilon coordinates several community service projects for members and the campus community to participate in.

Each month, members of the Omega Zeta Epsilon chapter select programs and members of the Salem State community who have been honored for making a difference in the residence halls.  Anyone can submit nominations for these awards by visiting the national website and following the instructions to submit for Salem State.

Everyone who submits a nomination or wins an award is invited to the Of The Month (OTM) Party each semester, where outstanding service to the residence halls is recognized and prizes/awards are given.