Famous Moments Within PACURH
The Pacific North (PNACURH) and the Southern Pacific (SPACURH) are merged to form the Pacific Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (PACURH).
Bob Tattershall of the University of California at Santa Barbara is elected as the National Conference Resources Consultant. He holds this office until 1990 when he takes on the role of National Advisor.
Jan Schrieber of San Diego State University is elected as the National Secretary/Treasurer.
Western Washington University is selected as the host site of the NRHH National Office
Bill Chandler of the University of Southern California is elected as National Secretary/Treasurer.
The NACURH conference is held at the University of San Francisco.
The University of California, Santa Barbara is selected as School of the Year.
San Diego State University is selected as the National School of the Year.
Allan Blattner from San Diego State University is elected as the NACURH Chairperson.
Occidental College is selected as the National School of the Year. 1991 Amy Stockly is elected as the NACURH Chairperson.
PACURH and IACURH host the first joint regional social.
The University of Southern California is selected as the host site of the National Publications Office.
Russell Royball is elected as the National Educator for SATN. PACURH receives the Best Regional Display.
PACURH receives the first ever Best Regional Spirit Award at NACURH. PACURH adopts a Diversity Statement.
PACURH celebrates its 30th birthday at the PACURH conference.
PACURH adopts green, blue, and yellow as its official colors.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas bids to host the NRHH National Office.
PACURH elects the frog as its official mascot.
PACURH creates a Three-year Service Pin.
Legislation is passed for the region to pay full travel for the RCCs, placing the entire RBD on an equal platform.
Chantal Blanchard of Washington State University and PACURH Director receives a Gold Pin from the NACURH National Chair.
San Diego State University bids to host NACURH.
PACURH hosts their first conference in Canada at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia
PACURH selects its first hotel conference site, jointly hosted by College of Notre Dame and San Jose State University in 1998.
The NBD creates the Bronze Pin Award based on legislation submitted by University of California, San Diego.
University of California, San Diego receives the National Program of the Year Award.
San Francisco State University receives the National Commitment to Diversity Award.
PACURH passes legislation to allow award bids to be posted on the Internet.
PACURH creates the positions of Presidential Resource Coordinator and Associate Director of Programming.
The University of Southern California successfully bids to host NACURH 2001.
Nova Gattman of Western Washington University is named National NCC of the Year.
PACURH wins awards for spirit, banner, and display.
NACURH 2001 at the University of Southern California is a huge success with 2000+ delegates and 200+ schools in attendance.
PACURH wins awards for spirit, banner, and display.
NACURH 2002 at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities is a huge success with 3000+ delegates and 200+ schools in attendance.
The University of Southern California is awarded the NACURH 50th Anniversary Award at Saint Louis University
PACURH Director Jimmy French, hosted at Western Washington University, receives a Gold Pin from the NACURH National Chairperson
PACURH NCCs name the Regional Mascot: “Jeremiah”
The University of California, Berkeley hosts the National Conference. Theme: “In a Different Light...”
The University of Washington wins a bid to host the first ever NACURH Services & Recognition Office
The University of Washington is awarded the NACURH Student Award for Leadership Training
San Diego State University finalist for the 2007 Program of the Year
Jess Terry, NACURH Services & Recognition Office, Associate Director of Administration & Finance is elected to the National Executive position: National Associate for Finance
San Jose State University finalist for the 2008 Program of the Year
Legislation was passed at PACURH 2009 that PACURH supports the creation of a National Committee to research a NACURH name change.
No Frills 2010 PACURH passes Resolution that supports the use of “guys” as not being inclusive and the use of “hey all” or similar should be used when referring to groups of people.
UCSD hosts NACURH 2010. Theme: “Reunite, Recreate, Reinspire”
Megan Simpkinson and Samantha Wojdynski awarded with Gold Pins. Both represent the University of California, San Diego.
The largest PACURH conference to date was hosted by Southern Oregon University.
Western Oregon University is a finalist for the NACURH Program Of the Year
Amy Funk, hosted by Western Oregon University, is elected the NACURH Associate for NRHH.
The University of San Francisco is selected as the NACURH Program Of the Year. PACURH begins work on the strategic plan of the region.
The University of British Columbia was awarded the NACURH Student Award for Leadership Training. (SALT)
Amy Funk, hosted by Portland State University was awarded a Gold Pin from the NACURH Chairperson.
No Frills is hosted by the University of British Columbia. The second PACURH affiliated conference to be hosted in Canada.
Webinar Technology purchased for PACURH.
Legislation passed to promote gender inclusivity and Trans* Awareness at all PACURH affiliated conferences.
Legislation passed to engage PACURH in strategic planning and visioning every three years
Adopted new Regional Board of Directors positions: Associate Director for Presidents; Coordinating Officer for Communication & Technology; Coordinating Officer for Northern Relations; Coordinating Officer for Southern Relations; Coordinating Officer for Spirit & Bidding.
NACURH moved from Quickbooks to Xero and NACURH purchased Zoom for digital meeting formats.
PACURH won most spirited at NACURH 2016
Legislation was passed to officially name the mascot of PACURH "Jeremiah T. Frog"
Created Advocacy Pin to support and raise funds for advocacy projects for campus's in the PACURH region.
Associate Director for Presidents name changes to Coordinating Officer for Presidents.
Coordinating Officer for Northern Relations; Coordinating Officer for Southern Relations positions where combined to create the Coordinating Officer for PACURH Relations.
Nevada moves to the IACURH Region
Implementation of a one-year strategic platform
The University of Oregon was awarded NACURH School of the Year
The University of Hawai'i at Manoa was awarded NACURH RHA Building Block of the Year Award
Legislation was passed to encourage the use of video captioning on videos within PACURH at RLC 2018
Accessibility legislation was passed, requiring a copy of every bid in black and white.
Implemented the first regional service project in years.
Established the first Advisor Task Force.
First In-Person conference (Regional Leadership Conference) since COVID-19 pandemic, hosted at Saint Martins University in Lacey, Washington!