Service and Involvement:• College volunteer activities, including clubs, student government, athletics (as an advisor or member), and involvement in the community.
Personal Achievement:• Has overcome a substantial personal struggle• Personal improvement determined by where she started and where she is now• The affect her achievement has had on motivating others as well as herself• How her achievement will impact others
Other areas the committee may consider include:
Core Values: • These values include integrity, diversity, community building, a student focus, lifelong learning, and a positive spirit. What characteristics, involvement or actions has the nominee taken that embody these College values?
Awards and Honors: • Has the nominee received any awards or honors that the committee should consider?
Scholastic Capability: (for student nominees only) • Does the nominee meet or exceed the minimum scholastic requirements (2.0 cumulative GPA)?
Citizenship: • Can the nominee cooperate with students and colleagues? Does the nominee exhibit strong ethical and moral character? Is she a productive member of society?
Recipients will be selected on February 28, 2018 and will be notifies along with their nominators. Thank you for taking the time to recognize the contributions of such inspirational women leaders on campus. We hope to celebrate with you at our Inspiring Women Luncheon on March 27.
For questions or concerns, please contact Student Life, 9C at (909) 274-4525.
First, we will ask some questions about you, the nominator.