The student leaders and staff members of Wright Hall at Belmont University were recently honored by the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), a national honor society that is made up of the top 1 percent of on-campus leaders. Its purpose is to recognize the individuals that serve campus.
Each month, NRHH recognizes residence life staff and programming with awards such as program, RA and student of the month. Winners are submitted to the regional level that includes all colleges and universities in the Southeast and then on to a national level.
For the month of March, Wright Hall won the Social Program category nationwide for their “Death by Chocolate” murder mystery program. The 2005-06 school year is Belmont’s inaugural year as a member of NRHH.