Individual Community Service Award
This award is presented to an individual undergraduate student who has demonstrated exceptional motivation, innovation and involvement in community service. This individual is one who has provided outstanding service to the community without regard for personal gain, while exhibiting commitment to the causes, concerns, events or needs at hand. This award is presented to an individual in hopes that the recipient's exceptional service may inspire and motivate others to participate in community service. The voluntary aspect of the nominee’s activity must be beyond a regular class assignment. Students may earn this award more than once in their academic career provided the experiences illustrated in the second application are different from the first application. The service must be performed without pay and can take place in and outside the immediate area.
Full-time undergraduate students may be nominated for the award by faculty, administrators, staff and other students or may nominate themselves. A two-page application letter should address the following:
- Why the nominee chose to serve
- The nominee’s commitment to community and service to others
- The impact of nominee’s action on the community and self
- How the nominee inspires others
Please attach up to four additional pages (in addition to your letter mentioned above) of pertinent and supporting background materials such as, but not limited to: newspaper articles, letters, citations and project descriptions.
Dean of Students Office Representative
Idaho Commons & Student Union Director or designee
Director of Student Engagement or designee
ASUI President or designee
ASUI Center for Volunteerism and Social Action Coordinator