The Alumnus of the Year award exists to recognize individuals who have gained unique distinction through their accomplishments and have brought positive change to the world through Christian leadership. While the primary purpose of this award is to honor those who have made an impact toward a better society, it also highlights the effectiveness of Regent University's programming in producing dynamic leaders in the arena of communication and the arts.
Nominations may be made by any of the following individuals or groups:
Nominations are limited one per person.
Alumni may self-nominate by completing the nomination form, providing supporting materials (if any) and providing two letters of support.
In addition to the nomination form, a curriculum vita, newspaper or magazine clippings, or other appropriate supporting materials may be submitted.
Any individual shall be ruled ineligible to be nominated if any of the following conditions prevail at the time the awards committee meets to make the selection:
Nomination forms with any supporting materials should be received by the Office of Alumni Relations no later than December 1st prior to the year in which the person is being nominated.
School of Communication & the Arts
ATTN: COM/Arts Alumnus of the Year
1000 Regent University Drive, COM 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
The awards committee will initially review the nominations and determine the top three nominees.
The awards committee consists of:
The Alumnus of the Year award will be presented at the COM/Arts commissioning ceremony on the Virginia Beach campus. In the case that the recipient cannot be present, the award will be mailed. A person may receive this award only once in his/her lifetime.