Your NHS Officers are committed to your success as part of the National Honor Society; being available for your questions and providing answers to your issues is one of our key responsibilities that we strive to uphold. In an effort to minimize your efforts in finding the information you need, this page is our central point for all communication. We believe this should ensure your success.
Below is a comprehensive list of what each communication medium should be used for.
Email: email@example.com Please DO NOT EMAIL Dr. Taylor!
The NHS email should only be used for...
Event Suggestion: if you believe you have a great opportunity for NHS to engage in service, please don't hesitate to tell us! Simply send us an email with your name, contact information, and a description of the event, and we will let you know if your event has been selected.
Reporting an Inability to Attend an Event: the unexpected can be a huge component of a student's life, and we understand that such issues may keep you from a registered event. Please contact us at least 72 hours before the event so that we can be sure to fill your spot with another service-oriented member.
Miscellaneous questions that do not fall under any other specified category.
The NHS Band will be used to send information updates, descriptions of upcoming events, polls, and is our primary method of contacting everyone quickly. For example, if an event venue has altered its location at the last minute, the officer in charge of the event will utilize Band to let all volunteers know.
The NHS Band WILL NOT be used for...
Issues with Hours
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Hour Dispute Form:
Please fill out this form for any hour disputes. Remember Hour Disputes will only be considered within two weeks that the hour spreadsheet was updated.