The Carleton University Board of Governors Award for Outstanding Community Achievement is an annual award recognizing the spirit of student volunteerism and substantial community contribution while at Carleton University.
The award recognizes voluntary involvement and is intended primarily to honour non-academic work. Nominees and applicants must be successfully pursuing a full-time program of study in a graduating class at Carleton University and be in Good Academic Standing. Preference will be given to all graduate and undergraduate nominees and applicants with an overall CGPA of 7 (B-) or higher, in a graduating class.
Individuals may be nominated for this award by:
- A member of the external community
- A member of the faculty/staff
- A fellow student
- The student him/herself
A cash award in the amount of $2,000 will be awarded to the recipient.
Nominations and applications for the award will be considered by a jury convened for that purpose.
The deadline for application is Friday, March 24, 2023. For more information and to submit a nomination or application, visit the Board of Governors’ website.
Wednesday, March 1, 2023 in Campus Life, Finances, News
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