Award Season in Full Swing
Know of some stellar students, organizations, or individuals worthy of recognition for their incredible efforts? Nominate them for the Blue and Gold Awards or the Setter Student Leadership Awards.
Leadership. Achievement. Superb community service. Pace pride. Know anyone whom these words describe? Nominate them for this year’s Blue and Golds or the Setter Student Leadership Awards, which will be presented at special award galas on the PLV and NYC campuses in May. Learn more about these two incredible opportunities including how to nominate and how to attend the ceremonies below!
Blue and Golds (PLV)
The Blue and Golds: Campus Community Award Ceremony on the PLV Campus, formerly know as the Pace Pride Awards, is an opportunity for various facets of student life to come together in celebration of accomplishments and awards, which recognize student organizations, fraternity and sorority life, Residential Life Hall of the Year, the Jefferson Award presented by the Center for Community Action and Research, individual awards, the Emerging Setter, organization/groups awards, and many more!
The Blue and Golds: Campus Community Award Ceremony
Friday, April 28, from 4:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
Willcox Multipurpose Room
Due Monday, April 3, by midnight
Awards are separated into two categories. These categories are intended to provide a venue to highlight the various aspects of student life on campus while supporting the accomplishments of all our student leaders, advisers, organizations, and support staff throughout the year. These categories are as follows:
Individual Awards: Applications within this category are available to recognized students, staff, faculty, administration, and advisers—both on and off campus—for their distinguished service in the promotion of growth and development of our students and community, recognized student organizations, and overall student life at Pace’s PLV Campus.
Organization/Group Awards: Any recognized student organization that operates on the Pace PLV Campus is eligible to apply (Student Government Association sponsored organizations, SDCA recognized organizations, fraternities and sororities, honor societies, other social organizations supported by a University department, etc.).
For full details on the categories, types of awards, and requirements, visit the Blue and Gold Orgsync application page. All applications must be submitted no later than Monday, April 3.
Setter Student Leadership Awards (NYC)
Student Development and Campus Activities is now accepting nominations for the annual Setter Student Leadership Award Gala. Nominations recognize individuals and organizations for leadership and contributions to the Pace community. The gala will be an unforgettable evening of live entertainment, delicious dinner, and a celebration of outstanding student leaders.
Setter Student Leadership Award Gala
Tuesday, May 2 at 6:00 p.m.
Due Friday, April 7 at 11:59 p.m.
You can complete more than one nomination for students, staff, faculty, and administration. Also, upon completing the nomination, you can select more than one award for the nominee. At the discretion of the committee, this nomination may be considered for other awards as well. If you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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