President's award honors students for volunteer service
Nominations are being sought for the President's Student Volunteer Service Award, to be presented at the Honors Assembly on Wednesday, May 17.
The President's Award is given to no more than two registered students -- graduate or undergraduate -- who have demonstrated a superior commitment to volunteer work in the community during the past academic year. Each award carries a $500 prize.
Students may nominate themselves or may be nominated by other members of the University community. Nominations should take the form of a letter that describes in detail the candidate's volunteer work during the past academic year. The award is intended to recognize volunteer service to the community. Participation or leadership in student organizations on campus does not ordinarily qualify a student for the President's Award.
Nominations should be submitted to the Office of the Dean of Students in the University, Administration 219, by Friday, March 17. For more information, call 702-7773.