Has your organization been active in service? You could apply for the Award for Outstanding Community Service by a Student Organization!
The Outstanding Community Service by a Student Organization Award is presented to any student organization (including clubs, fraternities, sororities etc.) that provided valuable service to the community, extending its mission and influence beyond the Buffalo State campus.
2020: Future Teachers Club
2019: Future Teachers Club
2018: Sigma Lambda Upsilon
2017: Sigma Chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau
2016: Black Active Minds
Have you been active in service? If you have completed at least 200 hours of service as a student at college student, you can apply for the President's Certificate of Recognition for Community Engagement!
The President's Certificate of Recognition for Community Engagement is a distinction that only SUNY Buffalo State undergraduate and graduate students can receive, awarded by Buffalo State President, Dr. Katherine Conway-Turner. This honor is given to students who have had extended engagement with the community and represents students' commitment to social responsibility and community participation, while meeting the demands of course load and work obligations.
There are three levels of recognition that students can apply for:
Community Supporter: At least 200 hours of community service
Neighborhood Advocate: At least 400 hours of community service
Active Citizen: At least 1,000 hours of community service
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