Outstanding First Year Student Advocates

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First Year students are highly impacted by multiple people on Longwood's campus, and these students may not always have the opportunity to share their appreciation. The Office of First Year Experience and Family Programs established the Outstanding First Year Students Advocates Award to allow first year students to give recognition to faculty, staff, students or Aramark employees who have make an positive impact on their Longwood experience thus far. We encourage first year students to share their experiences no matter how small the interaction.

Below is a listing of the seventh annual class of Outstanding First Year Student Advocates 2016

Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award Recipients 2015-2016

 

Advocate Selection

Each first year student will be asked to complete a brief survey where they will nominate one person who they believe is an outstanding advocate, and briefly describe the impact they've had. In late April, all the nominees will receive a letter and certificate of appreciation and will be publically recognized in The Rotunda, and have their names displayed on a plaque that will be hung in Lancaster Hall.

In the Spring of 2017, we will begin taking nominations for the Seventh Annual Class of Outstanding First Year Student Advocates for 2015. These individuals will be recognized for their impact on students of the Class of 2020!

Previous Recipients of the Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award

Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award Recipients 2014-2015

Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award Recipients 2013-2014

Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award Recipients 2012-2013

Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award Recipients 2011-2012