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student awards: senior service award and club grants

Student Awards, Scholarships and Grants

The following awards, scholarships, and grants are sponsored by the UNF Alumni Association. Information or applications for any of the awards may be obtained by contacting contact The Office of Engagement and Annual Giving at (904) 620-4723 or send an e-mail to


Senior Service Award


The Alumni Association is seeking nominations from faculty, staff and students for the Fall 2019 Senior Service Award. This award is presented at each commencement ceremony to a graduating senior who has made significant contributions to the University and/or the community through volunteerism while maintaining an outstanding academic record. The recipient receives a commemorative plaque, a check for $300, an engraved paver located in the Student Union Plaza and is recognized at the commencement ceremony. The nomination forms for Fall 2019 will be due Thursday, September 19, 2019.


Fall 2019 Senior Service Award Nomination Form


Meet the Summer 2019 recipient, Molly O'Brien


View previous recipients.  


Club Grants


Do you know of a student club searching for sponsors to fund a specific project, trip or cause? The UNF Alumni Association is proud to offer grant funding for two student clubs for up $1,000 per club. Club Grant applications and all supporting information must be submitted electronically, in one PDF, to the Office of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving at by 5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 26. For questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving at (904) 620-4723 or by e-mailing

Club Grants are awarded twice a year, each fall and spring semester for eligible registered student organizations. 


Club Grant Application for Registered Student Organizations


Spring 2019 Recipients:

Eta Sigma Gamma -- UNF Chapter of National Professional Health Education Honorary

They will use this grant for Ospreys Self-Health Guide. The purpose of the guide is to improve overall well-being for UNF students by creating "Osprey Self-Health Guides" to distribute on campus. These guides will have tips on getting involved on campus, stress management, time management, drug prevention, mental health, and suicide prevention.


Social Work Club

They will use the grant for Legislative and Education and Advocacy Day (LEAD) in Tallahassee in April 2019. This event allows social work students the chance to learn about legislative advocacy and practice with other social workers.