The Norwich Housing Corporation
The Norwich Housing Corporation (NHC) is one of the oldest housing corporations in the Greek community. The NHC was created on Sept. 1, 1928, at the 72nd Anniversary Convention meeting in Indianapolis, IN, as the National Board of Trustees (NBT). In May 1998, the National Board of Trustees was renamed The Norwich Housing Corporation. Overseeing the NHC is a five-person board of directors
. What Does Norwich Do?
The Norwich Housing Corporation is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(7) corporation. It:
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- Provides mortgage loans to Theta Chi house corporations to assist in the acquisition, construction and renovation of viable housing for Theta Chi chapters.
- Promotes fire and life safety programs and education for undergraduates and house corporations.
The NHC can be reached at:
The Norwich Housing Corporation employs two administrative officers. They are based out of the International Headquarters in Indianapolis.
The Administrative Officer for Norwich manages and supervises the day-to-day operations of the Corporation. The Assistant Treasurer prepares the financial statements of Norwich and works with the Administrative Officer on the day-to-day managing of all loans. The administrative officers are: