National Residence Hall Honorary

Program OTM Submission

Submit Your Program OTM

Program OTM Submission

Writing a program OTM should be fun and should be about recognizing your experience, as well as how other students in attendance felt about the program. Some ways to make sure your OTM program stands out is by providing quanitative information: how long did it last?, how many people were there? And should include qualitative information, such as what was the program?, why was the program important?, who put the program together?, etc. Before you submit your program OTM make sure you know what category it falls into. See below for a list of all of the program OTM categories.

Categories

Community Service Program

A Community Service Program is any program that promotes service in the surrounding community. A Community Service Program OTM should focus on these questions: What was the service project? Who did it benefit? What makes the program unique?

Diversity Program

A Diversity Program is an experience that promotes and/or celebrates diversity. A Diversity Program OTM should work to answer the following questions: Did the program have a lasting impact on residents? What were the goals of the program and how were they accomplished? How did the program serve to promote diversity and understanding?

Educational Program

An Educational Program is a program that increase awareness in a relevant subject matter. An Educational Program OTM should focus on some important questions: How did the program educate students? How were the educational needs of the community met? What were the goals of the program and how were they accomplished?

Passive Program

A Passive Program is a function which educates residential students in a non-direct manner. A Passive Program OTM should focus on the following questions: What makes this program unique? How did this program inform others? What impact did this program on the community?

Social Program

A Social Program is any that encourages fun interactions, and community building. A Social Program OTM should strive to answer the following questions: What was the purpose of the program? How did it encourage residents to interact with one another? What makes the program unique?

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