Welcome to the home page of the Inez Fridley Chapter National Residence Hall Honorary at East Carolina University. In this page you will be able to find out all about this chapter and how you can get involved.
NRHH is the top 1 percent of students who live or lived on campus. We are the sister organization to RHA. We uphold four pillars and provide recognition for those students living in the residence halls who have contributed outstanding service and who have provided important leadership in the advancement of the residence halls. NRHH aims to also promote activities which encourage leadership qualities in residents.
The four pillars we uphold are Leadership, Recognition, Academics, and Service. In each semester we hold events that embrace each of these pillars. Check out our events page for more information on those.
The colors of the honorary are blue and white. The blue symbolizes loyalty: loyalty to purpose and idea. The white signifies a blank page: a page on which a student writes the successes and experiences that fill their days in the residence halls.
The diamond surrounding the letters of the organization and the three interconnected links, the chain of leadership, form the logo of the honorary. The diamond, the world’s most precious gem, signifies the value and beauty one finds in the residence halls experience.
The first link of the chain represents caring. Leaders are people who care. They are concerned about themselves and others, and are committed to making things better. The second link signifies dedication. Part of a leader’s commitment is the dedication to a cause, which they display. Dedication is an important part of the involvement required to be truly effective. The third link represents participation. True leaders participate fully in their academic pursuits, their friendships, their activities, and their lives. Leaders don’t sit on the sidelines, but are competent team players. Together the unbroken chain symbolizes the membership of NRHH. As leaders we are interconnected as caring and dedicated participants in the community of your university.