NCHO awards are given out each year during the NCHO Annual Conference as a way to recognize colleagues and partners for their outstanding work.
Annual awards include:
- Alexis (Lexie) Kamerman Dedication to Social Justice and Peace Award
- Graduate Student of the Year
- Outstanding New Professional
- Outstanding Mid-level Professional
- Al Calarco Commitment to Excellence Award
- Bob Dunnigan Lifetime Service and Achievement Award
- Scott Braswell Award Description
- Dan Wooten Award
- R. Randy Rice Service Award
NCHO scholarships are offered throughout the year to members of NCHO in each of the following categories:
NCHO Annual Conference
- 2 Scholarships to a full-time professional from an Historically Black College or University
- 2 Scholarships to a full-time professional representing an institution with a total enrollment of less than 3,000 students to qualify as a Small College or University.
- 6 Scholarships to a part/full time Graduate Student employed by a Housing and Residence Life Department at one of the institutions within the state of North Carolina
- 1 Scholarship for an Undergraduate Student that is employed by a Housing/Residence LIfe Department or who serves in a leadership capacity in a Residence Hall Association or NRHH
- 1 Scholarship for a Presenter whose program submission was accepted and approved for the Fall Annual Conference.
In addition to the scholarships for annual conference attendance, NCHO provides scholarships for attendance at SEAHO, ACUHO-I, RELI and NHTI. To apply and learn more about those scholarships, visit the scholarships page.
To be eligible for a scholarship, candidates must follow the criteria for the specific award and submit the application and any required supporting documents.
For more questions, comments or concerns please contact:
D’Najah Pendergrass Thomas, Past President of NCHO