Sixth College Student Leadership Award Reference Form


 

Welcome!

 

You have reached this page because one of our student leaders has requested that you submit a letter of reference on their behalf to be added to their Sixth College Student Leadership Award application.

 

All applications, including your letter of reference, are due Monday, May 1st at 11:59pm.

 

Below are the award descriptions. In their application students are asked to indicate which award(s) they are applying to and instructed to inform you as well. Please be sure that your letter of reference speaks to the student’s accomplishments as they pertain to the award criteria.

 


 

The Dean’s Award for Leadership and Service

The Dean’s Award for Leadership and Service is awarded to a graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence, outstanding leadership, and significant service contributions to Sixth College through academic and/or co-curricular activities.  The award recipient will have demonstrated leadership and active participation within the Sixth College community.

 

The Teal Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior

The Teal Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior is awarded to a graduating senior who has contributed to positive community building in Sixth College through creativity and innovation, has helped create or has contributed to Sixth College traditions, and has shown a remarkable level of dedication and service to Sixth College.

 

The Alumni Association Outstanding Student Award

The Alumni Association Outstanding Student Award is awarded to a graduating senior who has 1) achieved academic excellence (minimum of 3.0 GPA) and 2) has brought distinction to Sixth College and UCSD through leadership, service, civic engagement, and involvement in the campus and San Diego community. 

 

Outstanding Transfer Student Award

The Outstanding Transfer Student award is awarded to a graduating senior who has made significant contributions to the Sixth College and UCSD transfer communities through outreach and demonstrated leadership to meet the specific needs of transfer students on the UCSD campus. 

 

Oceanids Service and Leadership Award

The Oceanids Service and Leadership Award is awarded to a student in Junior class standing (90 credits completed) who has demonstrated leadership and service to the UCSD campus community at the college or campus-wide level.  Examples of such service might include, but are not limited to, significant contributions  of service to UCSD through student organizations, Athletics, campus-wide Advisory Boards, or student government.

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