This year’s Greek Life Awards are now available! This year’s awards will be available Thursday, February 16th and due on Thursday, March 13th. ONLY EMAIL NOMIATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THIS YEAR! Only one nomination form will be accepted from each chapter. This year awards will be listed below with a brief definition of each award. Chapter of the Year, Most Improved Chapter and Greek Woman and Greek Man of the Year awards will also be awarded at the annual Leadership Awards Brunch hosted by the Dean of Students Office on Sunday, April 27, 2014. Your award nomination is due Thursday, March 13th .
Your nomination should be as detailed as possible covering the items listed below:
List of events, community service hours, and philanthropies sponsored by your chapter
Nomination and information outlined in Chapter of the Year award page
The Award Reception will be held on Friday, April 26th and presented by the selection committee, IFC and Panhel
The recipients for Most Improved Chapters, Greek Woman and Greek Man of the Year and Chapters of the Year will be awarded at the annual Student Leadership Awards Brunch hosted by the Dean of Students Office on Sunday, April 27th at 10 am.
1. Future Greek Leader
This award acknowledges the contributions of a new fraternity and sorority member (fall 2013 spring 2014) who has given his/her time, energy, and commitment to improving the University of Hartford Greek community.
2. Outstanding Campus Involvement
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority who have shown a strong and continuous commitment to the enhancement of the University of Hartford community through involvement.
3. Outstanding Program/Event
This award recognizes a chapter’s program or event that is well planned and organized, executed in a professional manner and well attended.
4. Most Improved Chapter
To recognize chapters who have made great strides and improvement within all areas of the Standards of Excellence since April 1, 2012 to March 13, 2014 including, but not limited to management of risk, recruitment and retention of members, academic achievements, strong advisory support, completion of all forms on a timely manner, commitment to community service, and fiscal responsibility. The same nomination forms will be used for the Chapter of the Year award.
5. Most Outstanding Faculty/Staff Member
This award recognizes a faculty or staff member for their constant support, commitment and dedication to the Greek Community.
6. Outstanding Philanthropy
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the philanthropic work within the University of Hartford community and beyond.
7. Best New Member Class G.P.A.
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority new member class with the overall best GPA. This award will be verified and awarded by the Greek Life Director’s Office. No nomination for is required for this award
8. Chapter Academic Excellence
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority with the overall highest GPA per verification from the Greek Life Office. No nomination form is required for this award.
9. Outstanding Greek Scholar
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority member who has shown an exemplary performance in academics as well as a strong and positive influence on the Greek community; the chapter and the University of Hartford.
10. Outstanding Chapter President
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority chapter presidents who have distinguished themselves over the past year in the following categories: academics, leadership, campus involvement, character and moral development.
11. Chapter of the Year
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority that excel in scholarship, social responsibility, campus involvement, university relations, and community service and philanthropy and member education.
12. Greek Woman / Man of the Year
This award is presented to the fraternity and sorority member who has served as a positive role model in their respective community; excelled in the areas of leadership, scholarship, teamwork, and balance; worked for both changed and progression, as well maintenance of traditions; promoted through their time and energy, the Greek community of the University of Hartford.