Become a Member and get involved!


Minimum qualifications to become a member of NRHH include: the individual must reside in a residence hall for at least one academic year (including the academic semester of his/her selection), must exhibit outstanding leadership and community service to residence hall programs, and have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale.

Any on-campus resident may submit an application to be considered.

How to apply:

Applications come out in the Spring and Fall semester via an online survey.

Applications will be reviewed to assure that qualifications are meant and applicants will be notified if they received an interview.

Induction to the chapter will occur after the entire application and interview process is completed and the chapter places a majority vote.

General Membership:

As members of the Helmuth ‘Pookie’ Albrecht Chapter of NRHH residents are required to:

  • Write two OTM’s per academic semester
  • Assist in distributing OCM care packages in the Fall and Spring
  • Actively assist in the planning and implementation of the winter banquet, inductions, and campus projects and service events
  • Attend National Residence Hall Honorary meetings
  • Participate in Chapter and Committee programming

Executive Board

The chapter is structured with an executive board that consists of:

  • Chair/Co-Chairs
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • OTM Coordinator
  • Communication Coordinator
  • On Campus Marketing Coordinator

Each executive member, excluding the chair and Communication Coordinator, oversea one of the four committees that represent each pillar.

Any member is eligible to run for an executive board position. Take to the current executive board for more details.

Alumni Information:

Once inducted as a NRHH member, you are a member for life. One remains an active member of this chapter until he/she is no longer enrolled as an undergraduate on campus at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Members retain membership with NRHH chapter while completing a study abroad program, internship, or co-op with the intent to remain in campus housing upon their return to the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Alumni members are chapter members that no longer attend the University of Wisconsin-Stout or live on campus.