Who's Who Among Students - Accepting Nominations
Jan 22, 2016 by LU Student Engagement
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges, also known as Who’s Who Among Students, is a national college student recognition program created in 1934 to honor students based on outstanding on-campus and off-campus leadership, scholastic ability (GPA), and community service. Over 1,000 colleges and universities participate in submitting students to be included in The Who's Who academic publication that compiles a list of outstanding students in the United States.
Students are usually nominated by a faculty or staff member, but may self-nominate for consideration to be recognized.
The deadline for all nominations is Tuesday, February 16, 2016.
Who is Eligible:
Students who are classified as a Senior or Graduate Student are eligible for Who’s Who. A student may apply openly or be nominated by a Lamar University faculty or staff member.
- Participation and leadership at Lamar University
- Community involvement