Qualifications include outstanding qualities of moral force of character. Additional factors which may be considered are: popularity, receipt of athletic awards, membership in organizations, service on committees and as officers.
Qualifications for this award include personal integrity, initiative, cooperativeness, enthusiasm, humility, well-rounded interests, active participation in student affairs, service to the University, willingness to give more than required, love of God and country.
During the fall of 1987, the Graduate College and the Division of Campus Life established awards to recognize outstanding achievement and contributions of minority graduate students at the University of Arizona.
Presented to University of Arizona students, staff and faculty who make a difference by stepping up when someone is in need. Presented by the SafeCats program in the Dean of Students Office, this award was created to recognize the difference that one person can make in the life of another.
Recognized at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital “Collegiate Leadership Seminar,” this student run fundraiser targeted helping kids with pediatric cancer and other diseases. UA students raised $96,671.13
College Panhellenic Achievement Award
2013 College Panhellenic Achievement Award
The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), one of the nation’s largest advocacy organizations for women, recognized the University of Arizona's Panhellenic Council, currently comprised of 15 sorority chapters and their members, with a College Panhellenic Achievement Award for outstanding work and achievement. This award is given to those who follow the exemplary standards set for Panhellenic women. Of the 600 College Panhellenics in the U.S. and Canada, only 19 universities were recognized with this award.
Dean of Students Office/Departments Staff Accomplishments