UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Do you know a
student who has significantly contributed to making UW-River Falls a better
place? Nominate them for the Chancellor's Award for Students!
The Chancellor's Award for Students is the
highest non-academic honor a student can receive at UW-River Falls.
In 1977, the Chancellor and the Student Affairs staff began considering a way of honoring UWRF students who had made significant non-academic contributions to the university. In 1980, the Chancellor's Award for Students was first awarded to five recipients. Since then, 5-12 students have been selected every year to receive this honor in recognition of their service to UW-River Falls.
Awards are presented at the annual Chancellor's Award for Students reception to which the recipients, their families, fellow students and faculty are invited.
Must be an upper-class student or graduate student.
Must be in good academic standing.
Must not be a past recipient of the award.
1. A student should have a commitment to the core values of the institution.
2. A positive, inspiring attitude.
3. Courage, innovation and creativity.
Service to the Community
Service to the University
The nomination form, a resume of the nominee, a letter of nomination, and at least two letters of support are required. Incomplete nominations will not be considered. Letters may come from:
All documents must be submitted by email from the nominator to email@example.com by March 10, 2017. In the subject line write "Chancellor's Award" and the student's name. All nomination materials should be attached to the email in MS Word or PDF document format.
Recipients of the 2017 Chancellor's Award for Students, pictured with Chancellor Van Galen, from left to right: