Awards

Nominations have opened for ASCA Awards. The deadline for nominations will be in November.

The Awards Committee solicits recommendations for, and determines, individual recipients of all ASCA awards established by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.

Chairperson:
Debra Monk
University of Dayton
dmonk1@udayton.edu

ASCA gives the following awards:
 

ASCA Honorary Membership

This award recognizes an individual who is retiring or retired from the field and has served ASCA as a founder, leader, presenter, volunteer, etc.  who has contributed to student conduct through participation in the Association.   

 

ASCA Distinguished Service Award

This award is intended to recognize an individual for exceptional performance in service to the Association over time. Candidates for this award must be current members of ASCA. Nominees must be nominated by a current member of ASCA and hold a current membership in ASCA.

 

ASCA Graduate Student of the Year Award

This award is intended to recognize a graduate student who has demonstrated excellence in the past year. Candidates for this award must be currently enrolled as a graduate student. Nominations must include the submission of a current job description and resume as well as a letter of support from a faculty member that conveys academic success and the nominee's primary function and successes as a graduate student or graduate assistant.

 

ASCA Undergraduate Student of the Year Award

This award is intended to recognize an undergraduate student who has greatly contributed to his or her institution in the past year. Candidates for this award must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student. Nominations must include the submission of a current job description or description of leadership role related to student conduct administration/leadership (i.e. conduct board, peer review board, resident assistant, student worker, etc).

 

State Coordinator of the Year Award

This award is intended to recognize a State Coordinator who has demonstrated exceptional communication and provided exceptional activities for his/her State. Candidates for this award must be the appointed State Coordinator for ASCA and a current member.

 

D. Parker Young Award

This award is to recognize the outstanding ongoing scholarly and research contributions of an individual in the area of higher education and student conduct administration. Nominees must be or have been a member in ASCA; have at least seven years of professional experience; and be nominated by a current member of ASCA.

 

Donald D. Gehring Award

This award is intended to recognize an exceptional student conduct professional who has contributed significantly to the development of their campus, the field and professional organizations. Candidates for this award must be current or former members of ASCA and must have ten or more years of experience in work associated with student conduct and be nominated by a current member of ASCA.
 

Innovation Award

This award is intended to recognize an institution that has implemented an outstanding and innovative program related to student conduct administration in the past year. (A “program” could be a specific program, assessment, process, etc.) Nominations must include a summary of the program being nominated (500 words max.).

 

New Professional of the Year

This award is intended to recognize a new professional in the field of student conduct and to full-time work who has demonstrated excellence in the past year. Candidates for this award should be assigned primary responsibility in student conduct, be a current member of ASCA, and have three or fewer years of full-time professional experience. Nominations must include the submission of a current job description and resume as well as a letter of support from someone who has worked with the nominee in a supervisory capacity within the last two years.


Award of Excellence - Individual

This award is intended to recognize a student conduct professional who has contributed significantly to the development of their campus, the field and professional organizations. Candidates for this award must be current members of ASCA.
 

 

Award of Excellence – Institution

This award is intended to recognize an institution that is engaged at the highest level in the best practices of student conduct administration.

 

Student Conduct Professional of the Year

This award is intended to recognize a student conduct professional who has demonstrated excellence in the past year. Candidates for this award must have primary responsibilities in the field of student conduct administration, be a member of ASCA, and have five or more years of full time professional experience with primary responsibilities in student conduct. Nominations must include the submission of a current job description and resume as well as a letter of support from someone who has worked with the nominee in a supervisory capacity within the last two years.
 

Dr. Felice Dublon Award of Excellence

This award is intended to recognize a new professional who has recently transitioned from another area of student affairs into student conduct and who has demonstrated excellence in the past year. Candidates for this award must be assigned primary responsibility in student conduct administration, be a current member of ASCA, have five or more years of full time professional experience in student affairs prior to student conduct and have three or fewer years as a student conduct administrator.
 

Most Improved State of the Year

This award is intended to recognize a State Coordinator who has significantly increased the level of service provided to his/her State in the past year. Candidates for this award must be the appointed state coordinator for ASCA and a current member.

Go here to submit a nomination for all awards.

Past Award Recipients