Senior Leadership Awards
Each year, Student Affairs is proud to present awards to members of Fordham College at Lincoln Center's Senior Class who have made outstanding contributions to our community. Those members of the senior class graduating in May 2014, December 2013 or Summer 2014 are eligible.
The following awards will be granted at the annual Senior Leadership Awards Ceremony and Dinner on Friday, April 25, 2014 (all nominees will be invited and honored).
Submit a nomination form to recognize a deserving senior. Nominations forms must be submitted by Wednesday, March 12 by 5 PM
Senior Leadership Award
Nominees should have exhibited the ability to lead, organize, empower, and inspire fellow students. Each should possess a high degree of commitment, creativity, innovation, initiative and integrity. As quality leadership is a way of conducting one's self and not merely possession of a title or position, candidates need not have held positions of high visibility.
The Journalism Award will be given to the senior who has made an outstanding contribution in the field of publishing, editing, writing or graphic arts for FCLC student publications.
The Alumni Award is presented to a senior who has attended FCLC throughout his/her undergraduate career, whose record of co-curricular achievement for Lincoln Center and the greater Fordham community is outstanding and whose academic record is commendable.
Mission and Ministry Award
This award is given to the senior who has exhibited excellence and leadership in serving others. This student has shown enthusiasm, dedication and compassion when working with those who are marginalized, disadvantaged or underprivileged. This student has also encouraged others to become active in service and has taken on leadership roles to help foster the moral growth of others in the Fordham Community. In addition to serving others, this student works towards promoting the causes of social justice in the larger community and securing positive change in the world. This student has also encouraged others to become active in service and has taken on leadership roles to help foster the moral growth of others in the Fordham Community by exemplifying living a life of faith that does justice.