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NEACURH – The NEACURH LogoNorth East Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (NEACURH) is just one of the eight affiliates of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH2). NEACURH and NACURH are 100% student-run and actually comprise the largest such organization in the world. Each school elects one student to be its National Communications Coordinator (NCC). The NCC prepares delegations to attend NEACURH/NACURH conferences, and represents their school in all regional and national business meetings. In these meetings, students have the opportunity to discuss and decide on legislation, awards, elect NEACURH Regional Board Members, etc. They are the foundation upon which the rest of the organization is built on. Before each conference, the NCC, RHA President, and NRHH President also have the opportunity to attend a Sub-regional Meeting in order to prepare themselves for these business meetings, get to know other member schools, and have issue sessions and discussions on what is happening on their campus, the region, and the nation.

NACURH LogoNACURH – NACURH is considered to be the largest student run organization in the world. It is completely student run, in all of the national and regional positions. It brings together over 400 schools from the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Australia. NACURH promotes living on campus as an integral part of the college experience, and strives to provide resources to help member schools create the ultimate residence hall environment and experience.

NRHH LogoNRHH – The NACURH Services and Recognition Office (NSRO) was created to replace the NRHH National Office and continue supporting the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) as a service of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH). The NSRO provides a host of services to the NRHH as well as all of the NACURH and the 8 Regional Affiliates, including a line of NRHH and NACURH merchandise, judging and awarding National OTMs and serving as a general resource.

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