This category is reserved for advisors of Hall Councils, RHAs, NRHH chapters, or other residence hall organizations. The focus of the Advisor OTM should be based on the impact he/she makes in the lives of students.Try to answer the following questions:
This category is designed to recognize the contributions of residential life communities or groups and the impact they have on their students and the rest of campus. For our purposes, a community is described as any group of two or more people (i.e. wings, halls, floors, RA staffs, executive boards, hall councils, etc.)Try to answer the following questions:
This category is designed for members of a hall council or ARH executive board. Try to answer the following questions:
The nomination for the ICC OTM needs to display how the individual has gone above and beyond in his or her position.Try to answer the following questions:
The RA category includes resident assistants, resident managers, community assistants, house managers, area advisors, complex advisors, etc., and is limited to undergraduate students.Try to answer the following questions:
This category is for those who do not fall under any other categories. Possible nominees include food service personnel, night security staff, or janitorial staff.Try to answer the following question:
This category is intended for any student leader who does not fit into another category (ICCs, RAs, and ARH executive board members are not eligible for this category).Try to answer the following questions:
An educational program serves to educate residents, or members of a specific organization on a given topic (ie: leadership training, alcohol awareness, etc.).
This type of program revolves around philanthropy or some sort of service for others (ie: campus or neighborhood clean-ups, fundraising for a cause, holiday card making, etc.)
Social programs are fun events that get residents together to do something fun!