Attention class of 2013: Applications are now available for the Division of Student Affairs - Class Night Awards.
Since 1992, the Division of Student Affairs has presented two awards at Class Night – the Lawrence A. Mann Award and the Student Life Award. The awards are presented to selected graduating seniors. Applications and nominations are open to any undergraduate member of the senior class. Self-nominations are acceptable. A committee comprised of staff members within the Division of Student Affairs selects the recipients of the awards. Applications will be available beginning March 14 in the Student Affairs Office, DeNaples Center, room 201. Final applications are due no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 19. Contact Student Affairs if you have any questions at 941-7680.
Lawrence A. Mann Award
Professor Lawrence A. Mann was a beloved faculty member of The University of Scranton community for more than 20 years. A professor of Latin, Dr. Mann was also a lay resident counselor for Denis Edward and Hannan Halls. His personal warmth, devotion to the institution and sensitivity to students along with a willingness to help plan and participate in student activities throughout the school year ensured his popularity on campus. He was a refined, kind, devout and outgoing person who served as a wonderful role model for students. The award is presented to a graduating senior who has demonstrated extraordinary involvement in student activities and through her/his contributions is a role model to fellow students.
Student Life Award
The Student Life Award is presented annually to the student who has worked diligently to improve the quality of life at The University of Scranton during his/her career. Past recipients of this award had selflessly given of their time, gifts and talents in order to assist their fellow students and entire University community. Whether program development and implementation, advocacy, and/or service, this award celebrates the achievements and contributions of the recipient to Student Life at The University of Scranton.