Seawolf Student Leader Award
Applications are due March 22nd, 2013 by 5 PM.Spring 2013 Application
Actively engaging students in intentionally designed and meaningful student leadership experiences is a fundamental purpose of UAA's Division of Student Development. Student leadership experiences benefit students, the university, and society in many ways. Students engaged in these experiences develop strong leadership skills for life, have a deeper understanding of inter-personal dynamics, and experience more positive personal growth and development. Quality student leadership experiences contribute to UAA's overall learning environment, increase student retention, engage students in university decision-making and policy development; enhance student, faculty, and staff recruitment efforts, and create loyal alumni.
The Seawolf Student Leader Award recognizes student leaders who, through their leadership, involvement, and commitment, made significant contributions to campus life. Students are recognized for leadership contributions that go above and beyond the norm, while sustaining quality academic performance.
Criteria for Eligibility
The number of actual awards available each semester varies. All applicants are notified of their award status within ten days following the committee's decision. Tuition credit recipients must be admitted to the University of Alaska Anchorage (Goose Lake Campus). The tuition credit may only be used for Anchorage campus classes that are not self-support and used in the Spring 2013 semester. Tuition credit recipients must meet all published and unpublished eligibility requirements. If, after informing a recipient they are receiving a tuition credit waiver, the University determines they are not eligible for a tuition credit waiver; the recipient will retain the Seawolf Student Leader Award distinction, but will not receive any additional consideration in place of the forgone tuition credit wavier.
To be considered for the Seawolf Student Leader Award, a complete application must be received by the Student Clubs and Greek Life staff in Student Union 210 by 5pm on Friday, March 22nd, 2013.
Should you have questions regarding the Seawolf Student Leader Award or this process, please contact Jessica Dyrdahl, Leadership Coordinator for Student Clubs and Greek Life at 907-786-1217 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seawolf Leader Award