Most advisors care about their students, and do everything in their power to help the student meet graduation requirements. We know the students appreciate all our work. This year, I received the Wolverine Achievement award for Academic Advisor of the Year, in which students can nominate an advisor or staff member. I am very grateful that the student took the time and effort to submit a nomination for me.
I was nominated for and received the UVU Advisor of the Year, 2015-16. This award is given to two different academic advisors and are designed to honor individual making significant contributions to advisement within their positions at UVU. Below is the nomination letter(s) written on my behalf.
I was nominated for the NACADA Region 10 Excellence in Advising by a co-worker of mine. While I did not win the actual award, I was awarded the Excellence in Advising-Certificate of Merit. This is the first time an advisor from Utah Valley University received this certificate. I will be attending the Region 10 NACADA Conference in Santa Fe, NM to accept the award in May. Below is the nomination letter and student support letters written on my behalf.