The Form 110 due date is quickly approaching: May 15 for our semester schools and June 15 for our quarter schools.
Make sure to fill out the optional essays as well if you want to see your Chapter win an award at this year’s Annual Banquet & Awards Presentation during the 2014 National Convention! Want to know how? Read on!
We already know your Chapter did great things this year and you also may have implemented stellar programs and policies this term, but we need you to tell us about it so that your Chapter can win a National Award!
Submitting essays for outstanding programs with your Chapter’s Form 110 submission are your Chapter’s opportunity to humbly brag about your Chapter’s accomplishments and promote your Chapter on the National level by being nominated for a National award.
There are a variety of essays available and all can be found in the Toolbox on the Phi Sigma Pi website.
Essays are due with your Chapter’s Form 110.
There are two additional awards that your Chapter can make nominations for:
Jeffrey L. Johnson National Chapter Fellowship Award
This award is presented to Chapters that have exhibited outstanding examples of fellowship toward and with other Chapters. Chapters may only be nominated by the official vote and recognition of their fellow Chapters. Though up to two awards may be given each year, an award does not have to be bestowed every year. By this means, the National Council and the nominating Chapters are charged with honoring only the most deserving.
Distinguished Service Key
Distinguished Service Key guidelines can be found in the National Constitution. The nominating Chapter must include a 200 to 500 word detailed essay describing why the nominee should be awarded the Distinguished Service Key.
Both of these nominations must be submitted to the National Headquarters by June 1st.
Questions? Contact your Chapter Consultant.
If you have any problems accessing or submitting online forms, please contact the National Office via email email@example.com or by phone at 1-800-366-1916 for assistance.