Six Marymount University students were recognized for their dedication and contributions to the community during Sunday night’s Saints Achieving Greatness (SAG) Awards Ceremony in the Ballston Center.
The event, sponsored by the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, is designed to celebrate the incredible accomplishments of deserving student leaders, with nominations received from Marymount faculty and staff for undergraduate Saints who are currently enrolled in classes and in good judicial standing with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
“We support the development of the mind, body and spirit of all students by creating intentional, inclusive, engaging and enlivened learning environments and programs designed to prepare students to be active and engaged leaders in their professional and civic endeavors who value service and the promotion of justice,” explained Anne Aichele, Director of Student Leadership and Learning at Marymount University. “The Saints Achieving Greatness Awards offers us a perfect opportunity to showcase students from across our campuses who demonstrate how they live out our University’s core values.”
Student leaders who hold University positions were also awarded senior leadership pins to wear during the upcoming 2022 Commencement activities.
Congratulations to the winners below!
Timothy Roessler: Marymount University Student Government Association (MUSGA) Student Award of Merit
Awarded to a student for outstanding commitment and service to the Marymount student body.
Jenna Kniceley: Saints Center for Service Community Engagement Award
Awarded to a student who has demonstrated an outstanding contribution to the community or has engaged in exemplary community engagement.
Charlene McCall: Appollonie Inclusive Excellence Award
Awarded to a student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to raising awareness of national or global diversity and creating an inclusive community, both on and off campus. This student actively demonstrates the value of diversity and encourages others to create inclusive communities through awareness and understanding.
Ella Reither: Outstanding Emerging Student Leader Award
Awarded to a student who has demonstrated superior leadership capability and potential.
SpeakUp: Outstanding Organization of the Year Award
Awarded to a University-recognized student organization or leadership group that has exceeding its mission or goal, demonstrated an exemplary commitment to improving the student experience at Marymount and made a significant impact on the overall campus community.
Jillian Abrigo: Marymount University Student Government Association President’s Award
Awarded to a student, faculty or staff member who has demonstrated exemplary dedication to Marymount students and enriching the student experience.