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The Dean's List comprises students who have attained a quality point ratio of 3.5 or higher in any semester. To be eligible, a student must have carried at least 15 credits taken for letter grades, not Pass/Fail, with no D's, I's, or F's.
Dr. Robert Flahive Essay Contest
This award, open to any student, is based on an essay contest with the question focusing on a different Franciscan value each year.
Multicultural Image Award
This award is designed to recognize and encourage a commitment to multicultural issues, including efforts to create an inclusive, accepting community in one's workplace, campus and/or the community at large. Nomination/application forms are available in February.
Pace Bene Award
This award, sponsored by Mission Engagment, recognizes a graduating senior in our traditional undergraduate program who, by their everyday words and actions, recognizes the goodness and dignity of every human person no matter how “rugged” or different.
Samuel Cardinal Stritch Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award
This award is bestowed on one or more graduating seniors, enrolled in traditionally taught undergraduate programs, who have a history of exceptional service that reflects Franciscan values at Cardinal Stritch University and/or in the community. The student(s) should also have a record of outstanding leadership at the University and/or in the community while enrolled at Stritch and a solid record of academic achievement and/or contributions.
Sister Camille Kliebhan Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award
This award is bestowed upon one or more graduating seniors from the College of Business and Management. Recipients have a history of exceptional service at Stritch or in the community that reflects Franciscan values, a solid record of academic achievement and/or contributions, and a record of outstanding leadership at Stritch and/or in the community during their enrollment.
Sister Joanne Marie Kliebhan Outstanding Graduate Student Award
This award is for graduate students who will have completed at least 30 credits by May of the award year. Recipients demonstrate a history of exceptional service at Stritch and/or in the community or in a profession that reflects Franciscan values, have a solid record of academic achievement and/or contributions, and have a record of outstanding leadership either at the University, in the community, or in the professional field while enrolled at Stritch.