FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (3/05)
Centenary Residence Life Students Win Three Regional Awards
SHREVEPORT, LA — The Southwest affiliate of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls, Inc. has recognized Centenary College students with three regional awards.
Members of Centenary’s Residence Hall Association attended the annual No Frills Conference in late February and won the First-Year Experience, National Communication Coordinator of the Year, and Student of the Year awards, which are now entered in national competition.
First-Year Experience is an award given to the first-year student who has positively influenced residence life within his or her first year at college. Regional FYE is Centenary’s Maggie Mahoney, Cline Hall third floor representative, for her excellence within residence life as well as academics and community service.
National Communication Coordinator of the Year is an award created to recognize the communications coordinator who has extended his or her involvement beyond the college to improve residence life during the past year. The Centenary Residence Hall Association Megan Polito captured the regional award for her dedication to service at the campus, regional and national level.
Student of the Year is an award given to a student who has been dedicated to improving the quality of residence life while being involved in other facets of student life over the past year. National Residence Hall Honorary Jennifer Hayes received the regional award for her involvement within the community and within residence life.
National Residence Hall Honorary of the Year is an award given to a current member of the National Residence Hall Honorary, NRHH, who best exemplifies the organizations purpose of recognizing residence hall leaders. NRHH President Bethany Green is the current NRHH of the Year for Centenary College.
The Southwest Affiliate of the National Association of College and University
Residence Halls, Inc. is a student-run organization whose purpose is to
provide development opportunities for student leaders in residence hall
systems across the world. These student leaders are recognized for their
dedication to this development through various annual awards.
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