The John F. Rahal Center for Strategic Engagement in collaboration with the Student Advisory Board created the Student of the Month Award to recognize outstanding undergraduate students in the College of Business who have contributed to the engagement and community of the college. The program sponsor for the 2021-22 academic year is Cintas.
The student who is selected for the Cintas Student of the Month will be announced during the second week of the following month. (For example, we will announce the January winner mid-February).
The winner will be announced via Lewis College of Business social media. The student will receive a $50 gift card from the sponsoring organization and a certificate from the college.
These students will then be eligible to win a Cintas Student of the Year Award. The winner of Student of the Year will be awarded a gift card of $500 provided by the sponsor organization.
The Cintas Student of the Month Award recognizes students who display hard work in the classroom, active involvement within the college and the community, and leadership skills. These students are devoted impressive time and effort to their education and personal and professional development. They are driven to be successful, is involved on campus, and is making a noticeable impact within the university or Brad D. Smith Schools of Business. They go above and beyond normal standards and raises the bar for others. They stand out amongst his/her peers and is a positive influence on everyone.
The winners will also be recognized and listed on this page of the Lewis College of Business’ website.
- At least a 3.0 Cumulative GPA (High School GPA if evaluating first semester freshmen)
- Letter of Nomination – College of Business Staff/Faculty/Student (non-family member)
- If students are applying for the award without a nomination, students will need a Business Faculty or Staff member listed in the application as a referral
- Only Business majors will be considered