Looking for an RSO? Join the National Residence Hall Honorary
Several students are inducted into the National Residence Hall Honorary. This student leadership organization works to make life on campus and the community even better.
The National Residence Hall Honorary is a student leadership organization dedicated to improving the residence halls on campus and the surrounding communities through recognition and service.
Our symbol is a diamond. The only active diamond mine in the country is the Crater of Diamonds Mine near Murfreesboro in Pike County, Arkansas.
Diamonds are the strongest and most precious mineral on Earth. It seems fitting that some of the strongest and most unique leaders thrive at the University of Arkansas.
The Tau Alpha Epsilon Chapter at the University of Arkansas is looking for new members. Who knows? You might be a perfect fit.
If you are interested in getting involved with NRHH, please email email@example.com.
We also have many other ways you can learn about NRHH!
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