Nomination Forms

Class Day Prizes

Senior or Graduating Undergraduate Prize Nominations

 

Each June, the prizes awarded to seniors or other graduating undergraduates on Class Day represent a profound opportunity for Dartmouth to recognize and honor individual excellence and contributions to Dartmouth in a number of categories.

Nomination deadline: Monday, February 22, 2021

Nominate a Senior or Graduating Undergraduate for a Prize

2021 Nomination form Seniors and Graduating Undergraduates (word document - might need to "Enable Editing")

 

Junior Prize Nominations

The Ranny B. Cardozo, Jr. 1978 Award

Awarded each year to "the outstanding member of the Junior class who most exemplifies Ranny B. Cardozo's academic enthusiasm, genuine concern for fellow classmates, and dynamic participation in campus and community activities." A committee of students in the Senior class, chaired by the previous year's Cardozo prize recipient, recommends a recipient to the Dean of the College.

Nominations of Juniors (members of the Class of 2022) are solicited from faculty and administrators as well as members of the Senior class via the online form below.

Nomination deadline: Monday, May 10, 2021

Nominate a Junior for the Ranny B. Cardozo, Jr. 1978 Award

First-Year Student Prize Nomination

The Katharine B. Brock Prize

The Katharine Booth Brock Prize, established in 1974, is awarded annually to a woman in the first-year class in recognition of loyalty to the ideals of the College, service to the Dartmouth community, and concern for the welfare of others.

Additionally, the prize seeks to recognize outstanding academic achievement, as well as contribution in other areas that indicate the qualities of fairness, respect for duty, and citizenship.

Nomination deadline: TBD

Nominate a First-Year Student for the Katharine B. Brock Prize

First-Year Student Prize Nomination

William S. Churchill Prize

The William S. Churchill Prize, established in 1924 in memory of William S. Churchill, Class of 1927, is awarded annually to the man in the first-year class whose academic achievement is outstanding and whose record of contribution in other areas indicates those qualities that Mr. Churchill wished to reward, especially those of fairness, respect for duty, and citizenship. Additionally, the prize seeks to recognize loyalty to the ideals of the College, service to the Dartmouth community, and concern for the welfare of others.

Nomination deadline: TBD

Nominate a First-Year Student for the William S. Churchill Prize