Jean F. Hill Awards
About This Award
Associate Dean of Students, Jean F. Hill, was renowned for her commitment to students facing especially difficult problems during her 28 years of service. She was particularly committed to students form under-represented populations during her tenure. Former students, friends, and colleagues established this award upon her retirement in 1986 to honor her many contributions to The University.
Two awards recognize exceptional seniors from underrepresented populations who have demonstrated outstanding campus leadership and overcome significant personal obstacles to earn their degrees.
The recognition includes a monetary award.
Essay Questions for Nominator(s)
1. How has the nominee demonstrated leadership in his or her campus activities?
2. What significant obstacles has the nominee overcome during their college career?
2013 Award Recipients