Commencement news – time sensitive information!

Commencement is around the corner, which means it’s time to order your cap and gown, nominate Student & Faculty speakers, and nominate Student Service Award recipients. Please take a moment to view the forms linked to above and take note that they all have April deadlines.

Thank you.

Nominations for Student Service Award Due Fri., April 24

Shoreline Community College is pleased to continue the tradition of presenting a Student Service Award to honor one or more of its graduating students. This award recognizes a student’s service and contributions to the College and is presented during the commencement ceremony each year. The recipient(s) will receive an individual plaque and their names will be added to a permanent plaque that is displayed in the Student Leadership Center.

Nominations are currently being accepted for this prestigious award. Please consider using the nomination form to nominate one or more students who have contributed to your department, program, campus committee, club activity, or service-learning event. Using the attached form, please nominate one or more students and describe in detail their contributions to our college community.

RETURN BY: FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015 (by 4:00 p.m.)

RETURN TO: Nancy Marshall in the Dean of Students Office, nmarshall@shoreline.edu or 5202A (Foss) by campus mail

Criteria for the Service Award are listed below:

  1. Presented to students graduating during the current academic year; fall quarter 2014 through summer quarter 2015.
  2. Up to four students may be recognized each year for this award.
  3. Nomination should be based on the student’s service and contributions to Shoreline Community College students, faculty, staff, or to the College.
  4. Service may be provided in either a volunteer or a paid position during the student’s enrollment and is not limited to only the current academic year.
  5. Recognized service may include participation on College committees; assistance to other students (i.e. tutoring); helping students with disabilities; leadership of or involvement in student clubs and organizations; participation in presentations to the community (i.e. plays, concerts, athletic events); leadership of projects which improve the College’s educational climate; or other service having a positive impact on the College.
  6. The Commencement Committee selects the recipient of the Service Award from among the nominations received.

You can find the nomination form here. Thank you for your help and participation!

Call for Nominations for Student Service Award

Shoreline Community College is pleased to continue the tradition of presenting a Student Service Award to honor one or more of its graduating students. This award recognizes a student’s service and contributions to the College and is presented during the commencement ceremony each year. The recipient(s) will receive an individual plaque and their names will be added to a permanent plaque that is displayed in the Student Leadership Center.

Nominations are currently being accepted for this prestigious award. Please consider using the nomination form to nominate one or more students who have contributed to your department, program, campus committee, club activity, or service-learning event. Using the attached form, please nominate one or more students and describe in detail their contributions to our college community.

RETURN BY: FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015 (by 4:00 p.m.)

RETURN TO: Nancy Marshall in the Dean of Students Office, nmarshall@shoreline.edu or 5202A (Foss) by campus mail

Criteria for the Service Award are listed below:

  1. Presented to students graduating during the current academic year; fall quarter 2014 through summer quarter 2015.
  2. Up to four students may be recognized each year for this award.
  3. Nomination should be based on the student’s service and contributions to Shoreline Community College students, faculty, staff, or to the College.
  4. Service may be provided in either a volunteer or a paid position during the student’s enrollment and is not limited to only the current academic year.
  5. Recognized service may include participation on College committees; assistance to other students (i.e. tutoring); helping students with disabilities; leadership of or involvement in student clubs and organizations; participation in presentations to the community (i.e. plays, concerts, athletic events); leadership of projects which improve the College’s educational climate; or other service having a positive impact on the College.
  6. The Commencement Committee selects the recipient of the Service Award from among the nominations received.

You can find the nomination form here. Thank you for your help and participation!