Each year the Mount celebrates student and faculty achievements in April at the Celebration of Teaching and Learning, as well as at graduation. Applications are now being accepted for this year's awards.
Honors Season Opens January 26, 2015
Deadline for applications: Thursday, February 26th, 2015
Honors Convocation --Thursday, April 16, 2015
Mount Distinguished Student Award: The highest honor the Mount bestows upon graduating baccalaureate and graduate degree students. Students who are eligible to apply are notified by mail.
St. Catherine Medal: This medal is awarded to a JUNIOR who has demonstrated unusual and unselfish service and a commitment to a lifetime of faith and service to his/her church and community.
Sister Maria Corona Leadership Award: Offered to a traditional graduating SENIOR who has demonstrated consistent, outstanding leadership in campus and/or community activities.
Harrington Award: Offered to an adult graduating SENIOR who has demonstrated consistent, outstanding leadership in campus and/or community activities.
Thrailkill Leadership Award: Offered to a GRADUATE student who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in campus and/or community activities.
Excellence in Leadership: Open to all students who demonstrate leadership, character, and service in organizations on campus and/or in the community.
Sister Elizabeth Cashman Service Award: Given to a student who has demonstrated outstanding commitment to the mission of the College through involvement in and initiation of service. Special consideration to applicants involved in Service Learning, Campus Ministry and other College or College club sponsored events.
Dave Scharfenberger Community Service Award: Given to a student who has demonstrated exceptional service to the College and the greater Cincinnati community. Special consideration to those students involved in the Plus 1 Service Learning Credit, a Service Immersion Trip, or a service – oriented club or organization.
Alumni Book Award: Monetary award of $200 to be used for textbooks. This award is offered to two students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and/or service to the College community. Student must demonstrate financial need.
Jane Cuni Armstrong Award: Given at commencement to a graduate who has shown consistent improvement and continued academic diligence in overcoming obstacles and difficulties.
Clifford Award: Recognizes a faculty member who has significantly influenced students’ lives and demonstrated excellence in teaching.
Information and application materials will be available at: www.msj.edu/honorsawards
You may also contact Maggie Davis, Associate Vice President for Academic Support and Honors Coordinator (244-4630 or email@example.com for an email attachment of the appropriate forms.