Annually, the Board of Trustees may recognize extraordinary commitment, allegiance, and contributions by an individual to the mission, vision, and values of Aims Community College by naming them as Distinguished Fellow.
Persons who may be considered would be community members, former Board of Trustee members, former Foundation Board members, former Aims Community College employees, or legislators. (Current members of the Aims Board of Trustees and individuals employed by the College are exempt from nomination.)
Nomination statements must address significant contributions in two or more of the following areas and not to exceed two pages:
Nominations are due on the last day of February to the Board of Trustees Liaison in the President’s Office. The Board of Trustees will select the recipient at the April Board meeting. The Distinguished Fellow will be awarded at Commencement in May.
The award will be conferred without regard to race, religion, philosophy, ethnic origin, citizenship, language, gender, or sexual orientation.