Campus Compact for NH Award Nominations

Every year, UNH participates in Campus Compact for NH's President's Awards. The president gives 1 award each to a student or student organization, a member of the faculty/staff/administration, and a community partner, as well as nominating 1 student for the Newman Civic Fellowship.

This year, we want YOUR input! Who you do think deserves to be recognized for their work in the community? Please read the award descriptions below, and use the link to submit your nomination!

Please note: The nominations require a paragraph describing the nominee's passions and accomplishments. It will work on your phone, but may be easier to navigate from a laptop or desktop computer. Thanks!

Deadline: Sunday, February 16th

 

CLICK HERE to nominate!

 

Presidents’ Leadership Award
For an individual student or student organization that has made outstanding contributions to community service, service learning, and/or civic engagement efforts on their campus. This award is for a student or student organization that has made service an integral part of their college experience as evidenced through their contribution to the community.
2019 Recipient: Kayla Kenney '19
 
Presidents’ Good Steward Award
For a member of the faculty, administration or staff member who has contributed his or her professional expertise in service to the wider community and who has significantly advanced public service on their campus.
2019 Recipient: Professor Judy Sharkey
 
Presidents’ Community Partner Award
For a non-profit organization who has enhanced the quality of life in the community in meaningful and measurable ways and engaged in the development of sustained, reciprocal partnerships with a college or university.
2019 Recipient: McGregor Memorial EMS
 
Newman Civic Fellowship NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR THIS AWARD
The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who are changemakers and public problem-solvers at Campus Compact member institutions. Through the fellowship, Campus Compact provides students with training and resources that nurture their assets and passions and help them develop strategies for social change. The yearlong program, named for Campus Compact founder Frank Newman, includes virtual learning opportunities and networking as part of a national network of engaged student leaders and an optional in-person convening.
2019 Recipient: Kaitlin Griffin '22