Alumni Awards: Nominate Someone

Deadline:  September 18, 2015

Nomination Procedure

1. Complete the application:
2016 Athletic Hall of Honor and Distinguished Alumnus Nomination Form

2. Attach the following:
   a.  A cover letter that summarizes the nominee’s eligibility
   b.  No more than three letters of support
   c.  A resume or biographical data of the nominee (please be as comprehensive as possible)

3. Return completed package (no more than 10 double-spaced typed pages) to:
Schreiner University
Office of the Vice President for Advancement and Public Affairs
CMB 6229
2100 Memorial Blvd.
Kerrville, Texas 78028

If you have any questions please contact Mark Tuschak, 830-792-7215. If you would like to nominate more than one person, please duplicate this form and use a separate form for each nomination.  Nominator will be notified only if his/her nominee is selected.

SELECTION GUIDELINES

Athletic Hall of Honor Selection Guidelines
1. A nominee must have attended Schreiner Institute, College, or University, and must have had a distinguished athletic career while at Schreiner.
2. A nominee’s athletic career after Schreiner will be taken into consideration.
3. A minimum of 10 years must have passed since leaving Schreiner before one can be nominated.
4. A nominee must exhibit high ethical standards and must be a person of such integrity, stature, demonstrated ability and renown that the students, alumni, faculty and staff of the University will take pride in, and be inspired by, his or her recognition.
5. The award shall be conferred on no more than two individuals in any given year, unless there are special circumstances that warrant additional awards.
6. All nominations shall remain in consideration for five years.
7. Athletic Hall of Honor nominees may include athletes, coaches, trainers, other athletic personnel or individuals who have played a role in supporting Schreiner athletics and are deemed worthy.
8. This award may be given posthumously.
9. The honoree, except those being honored posthumously, must be able to attend the awards dinner.

Distinguished Alumnus Award Selection Guidelines
1. A nominee must have attended Schreiner Institute, College, or University, and if a member of the class of 1984 or after, must be a graduate or have completed the program in which they were enrolled.
2. A minimum of 10 years must have passed since leaving Schreiner before one can be nominated.
3. A nominee must exhibit high ethical standards and must be a person of such integrity, stature, demonstrated ability and renown that the students, alumni, faculty and staff of the University will take pride in, and be inspired by, his or her recognition.
4. A nominee must demonstrate service or support to the University over a long period of time.
5. A nominee must demonstrate service to his/her community state and nation.
6. A nominee must have a distinguished personal or professional career, leadership in chosen profession, business or vocation, and must have received previous recognition from contemporaries.
7. A nominee must demonstrate creativity of an artistic or literary nature, where applicable.
8. The award shall be conferred on no more than two individuals in any given year.
9. All nominations will remain in consideration for three years.
10. This award may be given posthumously.
11. The honoree, except those being honored posthumously, must be able to attend the awards dinner.

Contact Us

For information about the awards, please contact:

Mark Tuschak Mark Tuschak
Vice President for Advancement
830-792-7215 | MCTuschak@schreiner.edu

Lisa Turner Lisa Turner
Director for Advancement Services and Events
and Assistant to the Vice President
830-792-7203 | LTurner@schreiner.edu

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