As Seattle University's most prestigious honor, the Archbishop G. Raymond Hunthausen Award recognizes the culmination of our most treasured values. Awarded to two outstanding graduating students, one undergraduate and one graduate, it embodies integrity, faith, leadership and passion for learning. Most importantly, recipients live the Seattle University mission of being a "person for others". We celebrate their gifts of service, justice, collaborative leadership and academic excellence to the University and global community.
Students must be participating in the June 2013 Commencement ceremonies (Undergradute or Graduate) in order to be selected.
First and Last Name
Relationship to Nominee
Length of Relationship
Please give a specific example of the student as a person for others at Seattle University and how their service has impacted campus.
Please give a specific example of the student as a person for others in the greater community and the resulting impact.
Briefly describe up to three experiences from their previous years that demonstrate a history of commitment to faith, leadership and/or passion for learning.
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