For questions regarding our involvement in the region or the nation, email RHA VP of Regional Affairs: Emily Pica (Emily.Pica@stonybrook.edu)
NACURH stands for the National Association of College and University Residence Halls. The operating structure of NACURH is comprised of eight regional affiliates and two corporate offices. Each region is responsible for all schools in their respective area. The two offices, the NACURH Information Center (NIC), and NACURH Corporate Office (NCO), each handle various association-wide responsibilities.
On the regional level, each region is led by a Regional Board of Directors (RBD) elected by the school representatives from that region. Each Regional Director and the Finance Officer also sit on the NACURH Board of Directors (NBD).
The NBD is comprised of the Regional Director and Finance Officer from each region and Corporate Office, as well as three NACURH executives elected by the NBD from their own ranks. These executives are the NACURH Chairperson, the NACURH Associate for Finance, and the NACURH Associate for Administration. In addition, the NBD Liaison from the NACURH Annual Conference staff, the Conference Resource Consultant, and the NACURH Advisor also sit on the board. In most circumstances, each of the eight regions receive one vote, with the offices and executives participating in debate
NEACURH is a student leadership organization and one of the eight affiliates of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls, Inc. (NACURH), the largest student run organization in the world. NEACURH and NACURH are organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life for all students living in residence halls.
NEACURH is built of student leaders who participate in sharing resources and ideas by attending two regional and the NACURH Annual conferences, and communicating with one another through extensive networks, such as email listservs and social networking sites. NEACURH currently represents over 65 member schools and we are always looking to welcome new ones! As an organization, we focus on five aspects of residence hall living: Programming, Leadership, Recognition, Communication, and Inclusivity.