All NCHO members are eligible to apply for the general scholarships that are offered. Scholarship decisions are made by a group of the organizations Past Presidents. All decisions are based financial need and how attendance at any of the listed conferences will impact the professional development of the individual applying.
Current Scholarships open:
HBCU (2 Scholarships) – Candidate must be full time professional representing an institution identifying themselves as a “historically black college or university.”
Small College (2 Scholarships) – Candidate must be a full time professional representing an institution with total enrollment of less than 3,000.
Graduate (6 Scholarships) - Candidate must be full/part time graduate students employed by a Housing/Residence Life Department.
Undergraduate (1 Scholarship) – Candidates must be 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. Candidates must be an undergraduate student who is exploring Higher Education as a profession.
Presenter Scholarship (1 Scholarship) - Candidate must have a completed program proposal submitted by the deadline and accepted for the upcoming Fall NCHO Conference to be eligible for the scholarship. Presenter Scholarships will be accepted only have program submissions have been approved/accepted for the Fall 2017 NCHO conference.
Scholarships open at a later date:
SEAHO Scholarship (3 Scholarships - 2 professional & 1 grad) - Candidate must be a full-time professional or full-time grad employed by a Housing/Residence Life Department and has registered for SEAHO. If selected for the scholarship, candidates will receive a reimbursement in the amount up to the early registration fees.
Regional Entry Level Institute (RELI)
The Regional Entry Level Institute (RELI) is an intensive professional development experience for entry-level professionals who aspire to mid-level positions in housing and residence life. RELI is open to housing/residence life professionals with one to three years of experience. Participants are clustered with other participants and a faculty member who is a mid- to senior-level professional. In an effort to maintain the mentoring environment and ensure faculty/participant engagement, only 32 participants are selected per year.