Active Learning Opportunities

Recommendation Form

If recommending a person or organization for more than one award, separate recommendation forms must be completed. Someone other than the nominator/applicant must complete this form. Please be sure to review and to tailor recommendations to the criteria for each award.

Recommendation Form
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  6. Attach Letter of Recommendation(*)
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Advisor of the Year

In an effort to recognize everyone who makes student organizations possible on the QU campus, the Office of Student Affairs will award The Outstanding Student Organization Advisor of the Year. The award recognizes the dedication and service of faculty and staff advisors to student organizations. There are many people from campus that provide extra service and time to students in leadership roles. For some this is a paid position, but for others this is voluntary. Regardless, it is important that we recognize the outstanding commitment, contribution and leadership provided by student organization advisors.

If you feel your advisor goes beyond the call of duty, please take time to complete the attached nomination form.

Instructions
Student organizations or individuals may submit nominations for an outstanding faculty/staff advisor or may nominate themselves. A nomination form alongside the recommendation form must be completed to be considered.

A nomination must have all parts to be considered by the selection committee. It is the responsibility of the nominator to turn in a complete packet. All forms must be submitted electronically by 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 20, 2012.

Award Criteria:
All organization advisors are eligible for this award, including those who advise a group as a part of their job description. Examples of commitment, action, encouragement, mentorship, and assistance to the organization should be included.

• Answers to all questions are complete
• One (1) letter of recommendation must be submitted by the deadline. (These may come from peers, advisors, organization members, etc.) Please use Recommendation Form

Advisor of the Year
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  10. Nominator Information If Different from Nominee
  11. Give one or more examples of how the Advisor demonstrated ethical decision making, valued student input, supported students in their own learning and development, and served as a positive role model. (*)
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  12. Explain how the advisor was available, approachable, and open to members of the student organization. What makes this person stand out above all other advisors?(*)
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  13. How did this advisor utilize creative approaches to educating and assisting members? (*)
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Student Nomination Form

Instructions:
Student(s) may be nominated by fellow students, a faculty member, a staff member, an organization or may nominate themselves.    One form must be completed for every award for which one wishes to be considered.

A nomination must have all parts to be considered by the selection committee. It is the responsibility of the nominator to turn in a complete packet. All forms must be submitted electronically by 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 20, 2012.

Student Nomination Form
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  13. Parents Email Address (Family members will be invited to Awards Program)
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  15. Nominator Information If Different from Nominee
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  18. Additional Information Please answer the following with as much detail as possible.
  19. List and discuss the nominee’s involvement with the QU community including offices held.
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  20. List and discuss nominee's involvement outside of QU(work, community service, etc.).
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  21. Why does this person deserve the Award?
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  22. What significant contributions has this student made to the University Community during his/her years at QU?
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University Leadership Awards

Since 1988 the University Leadership Awards Ceremony has been held to honor outstanding of student leaders and their accomplishments with the areas of clubs, organizations and academic departments that have added to the Quincy University community. Nominations are open to all student organizations and all are encouraged to complete the online recommendation form to nominate those of whom are determined to be deserving of this distinguished honor.

Choose a University Leadership Form:
Recommendation Form
Student Nomination Form
Advisor of the Year

Campus Activities Board

student life programing board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the main programing organization on campus. CAB is an organization run by students for students and provides campus-wide programs like comedians, bands, movies, hypnotists and speakers of current topics and issues facing college students. CAB provides students with many opportunities for involvement, ranging from being an active participant and member of CAB, to just attending one of the many programs offered.

As a member of CAB, students can be directly involved in the planning and promotion of any number and type of event. Stop in Student Affairs and share your new ideas with us.

When considering entertainment, look for these main pieces from CAB:

Friday Night Live - We usually host comedians, jugglers, hypnotists, and bands at these events. These performances are held in the Main Dining Room.

Special Events -  Homecoming, Parents/Family Weekends and other special event days throughout the school year, which do not fit in with our Friday Night Live series. For instance, pumpkin decorating and an Easter egg hunt.

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