Centennial Gold Medal

Centennial Gold Medal Nominations

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McKayla Saint-Cyr 
will be graduating with a Bachelor of Communications – Public Relations and has been selected as the 2021 Centennial Gold Medal Recipient for the Faculty of Business and Communication.


Orest Ndabaneze will be graduating with a Bachelor of Arts - Sociology and has been selected as the 2021 Centennial Gold Medal Recipient for the Faculty of Arts.

Daniel Major will be graduating with a Bachelor of Science – Cellular & Molecular Biology and has been selected as the 2021 Centennial Gold Medal Recipient for the Faculty of Science and Technology.

Ashlee Macken-Rocliffe will be graduating with a Bachelor of Nursing and has been selected as the 2021 Centennial Gold Medal Recipient for the Faculty of Health, Community and Education.


Any Mount Royal student, staff or faculty member can nominate an eligible student for the Centennial Gold Medal. To start the nomination process fill out the form below.

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Nomination guidelines
Eligibility and criteria

Nominees will be considered by the selection committee in terms of the following criteria:

  • Graduating from diploma and degree programs
  • Graduating at the upcoming Spring/Fall Convocation
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.7 or higher
  • Demonstrates leadership through involvement in campus and community activities


Nominations

  • Nominators must be faculty, staff member or a student of the university.
  • The nominator must complete the nomination form. After submission of the nomination, an email will be sent to the nominee asking for them to accept the nomination. Once both pieces are completed, an email will be sent to Student Awards combining information from both the nominator and nominee
  • Nominations are to be received by Cyndi Cave, Assistant Registrar, Student Awards with the Office of the Registrar no later than March 15 each year.


Selection Process

  • Nominated students will be sent a letter asking them to submit a resume of their work and extracurricular activities, as well as a short essay (approximately 250 words). explaining how their leadership has impacted the Mount Royal community.
  • The Student Awards selection committee, a sub-committee of General Faculties Council Student Awards Committee, will review the student's submission and select the Centennial Gold Medal recipient.
  • A maximum of one recipient per credit faculty will be selected.