About NRHH

Our History

The James C. Grimm Chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a student run honorary organization here at the University of Florida. We are dedicated to providing recognition to members of the UF campus community that provide outstanding service to students in the residence halls. NRHH is based on four pillars: Leadership, Recognition, Scholastics and Service.

Nationally, NRHH was established in 1965 as a service of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH). The University of Florida Chapter of NRHH was established in 1981 and was renamed the James C. Grimm Chapter in 2000 to honor the years of service given by former Director of Housing James C. Grimm.

Membership in NRHH is limited to 1% of the resident-student population. As such our chapter has a cap of 93 members. Members of NRHH are housing staff members or student leaders, that submit an application for membership, and are voted on by the current membership of the organization. This tapping process takes place each semester and is followed by a formal induction ceremony

Chapter Recognition

2012 NACURH National Chapter of the Year
2012 SAACURH Regional OTM Cup Winner
2012 SAACURH Regional Chapter of the Year
2011 SAACURH Regional OTM Cup Winner
2006 SAACURH Regional Building Block Chapter of the Year
2000 NACURH National Chapter of the Year
2000 SAACURH Regional Chapter of the Year
1998 SAACURH Regional Chapter of the Year