April 2015 Aspire! Award recipients
On April 24, 2015 the Division of Student Affairs Aspirations for Student Learning Committees announced the newest recipients of the Aspire! Awards. Congratulations go to the following:
Baker Martin – Courageous Leadership
Ankit Saigal – Curiosity
Nicole Selz – Self-Understanding and Integrity
Brett Montague – Ut Prosim
Conor Cosgrove – Civility
Robby Moser – Ut Prosim
John Tarter – Ut Prosim
The Aspire! Awards recognize students and faculty/staff who exemplify the division’s Aspirations for Student Learning. Five students, one representing each aspiration, and one faculty/staff member representing the featured Aspiration will be honored at each breakfast in the months of October, November, February, March, and April.
Join the Corps of Cadets to honor the graduating Class of 2015 and recognize the Class of 2016 as they take over leadership of the Corps.
As the director of the Maj. Gen. W. Thomas Rice Center for Leader Development, Col. Dave Miller has helped thousands of undergraduate students become leaders.
The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors on Monday selected new undergraduate and graduate student representatives who will serve as liaisons between the student body and the board starting July 1.
The two student representatives are appointed to one-year terms. They will serve as ex-officio members on the Commission of Student Affairs and sit on a committee of the governing board. These non-voting members are required to maintain contact with university faculty, administrators, and Virginia Tech students.
Nominate inspirational students for Aspire! Award
Do you know a student who exemplifies curiosity, integrity and self-understanding, civility, courageous leadership, or the values of Ut Prosim (That I May Serve)? Then nominate him or her for an Aspire! Award. Students will be honored in November, February, March, and April. See the award website for information on nomination deadlines.
To promote students learning, life skills, and personal growth through a strong focus on holistic student development and collaborative partnerships that deliver superior service to, and care for, students in the spirit of Ut Prosim.
To learn more about our Aspirations for Student Learning and Guiding Principles for Service, visit the About Student Affairs section.
Planning to live off campus next year?
Virginia Tech's "Moving Off Campus" video (17 min) provides an entertaining look at the rewards and challenges student renters face.
For more off-campus housing information visit the information desk located on the lower level in Squires Student Center