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College of DuPage Student Activities Awards

Awards will be given at the Recognition Event on Monday, April 26, 2010.

Club of the Year Award


This annual award recognizes a club which has demonstrated their outstanding commitment to the
community of College of DuPage. The Club of the Year will be selected by the Student Activities
Award Committee based on demonstration of quality efforts, not just the amount of members and
size of events. Applications for this award will be in the form of Club Portfolios, which are due back
to the Student Activities office by Monday, March 15. The Club will be awarded tickets to Six Flags
Great America, as well as a plaque. Portfolios must include proof of:

1. Dedication toward mission of the club


2. Participation in leadership opportunities
3. Creativity in accomplishing group’s goals, including recruitment
4. Participation in Collegiate Council
5. Adherence to Student Activities timelines and deadlines such as food waivers, club
registration, vendors, contracts, etc.
6. Nominations in other categories.

Student Leader of the Year Award


This annual award recognizes an outstanding student who is involved with Student Activities. The
Student Leader of the Year will be selected by the Student Activities Award Committee based on
advisor nominations, must meet the minimum criteria of a 2.0 gpa and be in good standing with the
college. The Student Leader will be awarded a $100 gift certificate to the bookstore, as well as a
plaque. Nomination forms are due back to the Student Activities office by Monday, March 15. It will
include questions such as:

1. What is the student’s level of involvement with the individual club?


2. Is the student involved in leadership opportunities?
3. What qualities/characteristics does the student exhibit that warrant recognition as Student
Leader of the Year?

Advisor of the Year Award


This annual award recognizes outstanding efforts on the part of club advisors. The Advisor of the
Year will be selected by the Student Activities Award Committee based on nominations by clubs
which are due back to the Student Activities office by Monday, March 15. The Advisor will be
awarded a $100 gift certificate to the bookstore, as well as a plaque. (Advisors may not win two
years in a row.) Nomination form will include questions such as:

1. How has the advisor impacted the individuals in the club?


2. How has the advisor impacted the club as a whole?
3. What characteristics does this club advisor possess that makes them stand out from
others?

*Organizations (SLC, SAPB, PLR, PTK, Courier, Forensics) are not eligible for these awards.
All other Student Activity clubs and Honor Societies are eligible.