Committee seeks outstanding students for CLASS awards
The Honors and Awards Committee will soon be considering nominations for the Campus Leadership and Student Service (CLASS) awards. Unlike other awards that recognize community service, these awards are specifically intended to recognize students for their demonstration of leadership and service to the University community. Students will receive their awards virtually later this semester.
The criterion for nomination is: The student should be recognized by his or her peers, faculty, staff and administration as an outstanding contributor to the cohesiveness of the University community.
Please take time to carefully reflect on students who have demonstrated the characteristics described on the nomination form. Use a separate nomination form for each student and email individual nominations to email@example.com by Friday, April 9.
Listed below are the names of students who have received the CLASS award in previous years. These students are not eligible to be nominated again: Nina Beatrice, Amanda Corp, Casey Kelly, Naffisatou Koulibaly, Izabella Mangual-Solivan, Kristen Medlicott, Karina Rapoza, Georgia Rossetti, Kyle Sada, Hanah Smith, Penelope Theodoropoulos, Brooke Vonasek, Samanntha Velasquez and Emily Wyrick. Upon graduation, they will be recognized in the Honors and Awards program.