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The Phoenix Flame Chapter is very excited this year to recognize the top leaders at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay not only through OTM awards, but through induction and membership into NRHH. NACURH has restricted chapter membership to any chapter of NRHH to 1% of students living in the residence halls of that school. So, once inducted into NRHH, you can consider yourself a member of the top 1% of Residence Hall leaders! Although the membership process is a commitment, it reflects the dedication and the commitment you will experience once you are a member of this important group. Any member of NRHH will tell you that they have learned a lot about student leadership, and have definitely made some friends along the way.

Why join?

If getting involved with campus is what you are searching for, look no further. NRHH provides essential resources to students to rise as a leader during their year here at UW-Green Bay.

  • Plan programs for the UW-Green Bay residence halls and apartments.
  • Giving back to the Green Bay community.
  • Learn something new about yourself.
  • Meet new people within the residence halls and apartments.
  • Network with professionals.
  • Good base for launching a collegiate career.
  • Résumé builder.
  • Opens up jobs opportunities within UW-Green Bay.
  • Travel to new places for conferences.
  • Make lifelong friendships.
  • Learn to work as a member of a team.
  • Learn to adapt to changing roles and responsibilities.

What do we do?

  • Induct the top 1% of student leaders living on campus into the honorary.
  • Maximize opportunities for residents to become leaders and explore their unique leadership styles.
  • Develop educational and social housing-wide programs.
  • Participate in community service projects.
  • Recognize resident leaders for their service to the residence halls and apartments through Of The Month (OTM) Awards and Of The Year (OTY) Awards.
  • Attend leadership retreats/conferences.
  • Attend local, regional, and national conferences that allow students to collaborate with others all over the world.
  • Provide students with both student and professional staff mentors.
  • Build a friendly and dependable community within the organization.
  • Act as a creative outlet for students who want a unique approach to better themselves and the community.


  • Must live on campus
  • Must have made a positive contribution to the residence hall/ apartment system
  • Must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA upon induction.
  • Must attend at least 80% of meetings (recurring biweekly)
  • Must write at least two OTM per semester
  • Must complete 5 community service hours per semester