What is NACURH and how is it structured?
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 national offices. Each region is responsible for all schools in its geographic area. The two offices, the NACURH Information Center (NIC), and NACURH Services and Recognition Office (NSRO), 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 their Associate Director of Finance also sit on the National Board of Directors (NBD). The NBD is comprised of the RD and ADF from each region, the Director and ADF of each of the national offices, as well as three national executives elected by the NBD from their own ranks. These executives are the National Chair, National Associate for Finance, and National Associate for Administration. In addition, the NBD Liaison from the national conference staff, the Conference Resource Consultant, and the National Advisor also sit on the board.
In most circumstances, each of the eight regions receives one vote, with the offices and national executives participating in debate. For more details, please refer to the NACURH Constitution and Policy Book.
The National Association of College and University Residence Halls, NACURH Incorporated, seeks to create a network of engaged citizens sharing common experiences through residential leadership opportunities.
As an organization, NACURH empowers, motivates, and equips residence hall leaders by providing them with skills and resources in order for them to excel and positively impact their campus communities.