The Division of Student Affairs will once again host Night on Fire, the official student awards and recognition celebration on April 24.
This year, Housing and Residence Life will be recognizing:
- Resident Assistant of the year
- Front Desk Worker of the year
- Facility Assistant of the year
- Hall Director of the year
The individual student awards include the Burning Bright award, the Eternal Flame award and the Unsung Hero award.
The Burning Bright award recognizes students that have taken zero to 60 credit hours and exhibit outstanding academic and student involvement. This award recognizes students who have taken the initiative to get involved around campus. They have shown potential in leadership through student organizations, campus involvement, academic initiatives and community service.
The Eternal Flame award recognizes students who have completed 61 or more credit hours and exhibit exceptional academic performance as well as student involvement and campus leadership. This award recognizes student ideas and activities that have had a lasting impact on the VSU community. The Eternal Flame award is the highest honor of the night.
The Unsung Hero award recognizes any student who has made an effort to make the VSU campus a better place. This award goes to someone who commonly goes behind the scenes and works collaboratively with other students on campus to go above and beyond the requirements.
If you would like to nominate someone for one of these awards, the deadline is April 6. This will be a night of high honor for several students, so if you feel like supporting your fellow Blazers, you should come.
Story by Savannah Oliver, Assistant Campus Life editor. Photo courtesy of VSU.
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