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Alumni Award Nomination Form

Distinguished Service Award Nomination Form

The Earlham College Alumni Council gives up to three alumni awards each year to Earlhamites who have demonstrated service to the College, active participation in service and volunteer organizations or service to the Society of Friends.

The Recognition Committee will review each nomination andmake recommendations to the Alumni Council for final approval. Awards are presented at a ceremony held during Homecoming and Reunion Weekend.

The nominator may be contacted by the Recognition Committee for additional information. Nominations must be received by December 31 to be honored in the following year, and will be considered for up to three years. The nomination will then be dropped, unless renewed by the nominator or a member of the Recognition Committee.

General Criteria

  1. A person recommended for the Distinguished Service Award must have a past or present association with Earlham College but not necessarily a demonstrated commitment to the College.
  2. The Distinguished Service Award may be given to living or deceased alumni or to individuals who may be otherwise excluded from consideration for the Outstanding Alumni Award, such as a voting member of the Alumni Council or Board of Trustees, someone who has already received an Outstanding Alumni Award or an honorary degree from the College. Examples of others associated with Earlham College who may qualify for the Distinguished Service Award include: parents of an Earlham College student, the spouse of an alumna/alumnus, an alumna/alumnus and spouse, a group of Alumni, facul ty or staff members or members of the administration.
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