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Nomination for the Ignatian Medal for an Outstanding Campus Program or Initiative 2018

2018 JASPA Awards of Excellence

The Ignatian Medal for an Outstanding Campus Program or Initiative

The Ignatian Medal for an Outstanding Campus Program or Initiative is the only Ignatian Medal awarded to an institution rather than to an individual person. Student Affairs work uses programs and services as the tools to meet students' needs and to resolve conditions on campus which impede the educational process. The development of such programs and initiatives is a creative process, one which requires a multiplicity of skills and talents. Good programs or initiatives are often shared among campuses, and certain programs or initiatives stand out from all others for their creativity, focus, adaptability to different campus environments, and for their proven effectiveness. Established the Spring of 1997, this award is given annually.

Nomination Packet Should Include:

  • Examples of the Program or initiative’s Connection to the Award – Program/Initiative title, description, goals, objectives, staff support, student participation (testimonies), outcomes, and effectiveness
  • Letter of Nomination (one)
  • Optional – Letters of Support (up to two)

Past Ignatian Medal for an Outstanding Campus Program or Initiative Recipients:

  • 2015 - LMU Cares, Loyola Marymount University
  • 2014 - Collegiate Recovery House, Fairfield University and First in the Pack, Loyola University New Orleans
  • 2013 - Choices & Reflections: A Day with the Luther Luckett Flamin' Eagles, Xavier University
  • 2012 - Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit, Saint Louis University; Packport, Loyola University New Orleans; and Uncensored- Perform! Deliver! Produce!, Xavier University
  • 2011 - Day of Solidarity, Xavier University; Anne Carragher Fitness & Wellness Challenge, Seattle University; Ignatius Loyola Institute for Values Education (iLIVE), Loyola University New Orleans; and Integritas, Gonzaga University
  • 2010 - Bright Idea Grants, Saint Louis University and The People's Institute, Loyola University-Chicago
  • 2009 - Initiatives in Diversity Education in Action (IDEA) by Creighton University, Options by Loyola University Maryland,
    and the Senior Legacy Symposium by Saint Louis University
  • 2008 - The Discovery Program by Loyola College in Maryland and A Comprehensive Approach to Alcohol, Georgetown University
  • 2007 - EPrep by Santa Clara University
  • 2006 - Magis Retreat by Santa Clara University
  • 2005 - I.D.E.A. (Integrating Development, Equality, and Acceptance): the First National Gay and Lesbian Conference for Jesuit Universities by John Carroll University
  • 2004 - Companions in Leadership by Marquette University
  • 2003 - SLU Campus Kitchen by St. Louis University
  • 2002 - Not awarded
  • 2001 - Student Leadership Summit by Marquette University and
                Late Night Loyola by Loyola College in Maryland
  • 2000 - Not awarded
  • 1999 - The Collegia Program by Seattle University and
             The Student Reflection Leaders Program by Santa Clara University
  • 1998 - The Collegiate Black Male Summit by Loyola College in Maryland and
             The Gonzaga Alumni Mentoring Program by Gonzaga University
  • 1997 - Proloques & Transitions by University of Detroit Mercy

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