Your nomination should include, in 300 words or less, the characteristics and accomplishments of the nominee during the time she/he has been enrolled at St. Vincent’s College. The nominee must have distinguished herself/himself in one or more of the following areas:
- Living the mission and vision of the College: Service of the Poor, Reverence, Integrity, Wisdom, Creativity, and Dedication, i.e. advocacy for systemic change for underserved, vulnerable populations; care of the sick, poor, and/or other underserved individuals through service
- Outstanding contributions to the St. Vincent’s College community through the student’s leadership of and/or participation in campus activities which demonstrate initiative, integrity or intellectual depth i.e. distinguished leadership and/or participation in SVC community service activities, student organizations, service on committees, volunteer services
- Demonstrated commitment to learning despite various obstacles, i.e. personal or family illnesses, physical limitations, language barriers
- Demonstrated outstanding contributions to preparing, motivating and otherwise positively impacting other students, i.e. recognized by her/his peers as one who has supported the academic and personal achievement of her/his fellow students
through such activities as mentoring, tutoring, formation of formal or informal support/study groups
Include measurable impacts the student has had on her/his peers, the College and/or the communities served. Do not include a personal recommendation or endorsement.
Completed nomination forms are due April 15, 2017.