Community of the Year
First Year and Upper Division
Who Does This Award Recognize?
This award recognizes any community: floor, multiple floors, building, complex, Special Interest Housing or Living Learning Communities whose individual members have been significantly involved in the growth and development of the community. The nominated communities also may have made contributions to the larger complex and/or University community. The nomination should include detailed examples of resident involvement in the community (this may include information about NET activities); benefits to individuals in the community; and contributions to complex and University communities. Up to two awards may be given for this award.
This nomination must be authored by a student (non-staff member) OR have at least one statement of support from a student within the community being recognized.
Nominations Must Include:
- The nomination statement should summarize the involvement of community members and any significant contribution to the larger complex or University community. This nomination should capture why this community is unique to other communities throughout campus. Nominations may range anywhere from 350 to 800 words in length.
- At least one statement of support from a faculty or staff member focusing on personal knowledge of the nominated community and the community’s contributions to the residence halls. Multiple statements of support will be accepted and each statement can range from at least 1 paragraph to 1 page (350 words maximum).
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Statements of support should be included in the nomination form.
Questions about the nomination process? Please contact Christiana King or Tierra Fields.