Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award

The Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award is the highest recognition given by Parks, Recreation and Tourism to an undergraduate student in their final year of study. The recipient will demonstrate exceptional academic achievement as well as outstanding leadership and service to the department, university and larger community. The awardee should be a declared PRT major; have demonstrated contributions to Parks, Recreation and Tourism through involvement in Student Advisory Council (SAC), Recreation and Parks Society (RAPS) leadership and or PRT special projects; demonstrated contribution to the larger university community through leadership in committees or activities of the College of Health or sponsored by the University; and demonstrated leadership qualities through excellence in field work or internship placement and/or involvement and contribution in the community. Nominations are accepted through faculty nominations.
About the award:
This award is given by Parks, Recreation and Tourism Faculty.