Albers Contest of Engagement

Albers Contest of Engagement logo

The Albers Contest of Engagement (ACE) is a friendly competition among Albers New Student Mentors (NSMs) and their respective mentees during the academic year. It’s a way for incoming freshmen to be aware of the opportunities that they can get involved in Albers and SU campus-wide activities in a fun and engaging way. In general, it creates a sense of camaraderie and exciting competition among individual NSM groups and first-year Albers students.

ACE Mission

  • ACE allows for students to become involved on campus while participating in a team competition.
  • Students will work individually and as a group to receive points by attending taking advantage of the variety of clubs, professional workshops, and speaker series Albers has to offer."
  • Encourage First-Year students to be proactive in developing their professional careers.

Winter quarter first-year Gear-Up Event

Students attending the winter quarter Gear-Up event

How to Earn ACE Points

NSM-related activities

Involvement ActivityPoints Earned
NSM Team Name 10
NSM Team Slogan/Motto 20
NSM Team Mascot/Logo 20
Meet with your NSM within the first week of Advising 30
NSM Hangout 40
NSM Team Photo 50

Albers Functions

Involvement ActivityPoints Earned
Repost/Tag/Comment on @SeattleUAlbers 10
Attend a Career Fair 10
Volunteer as Student Guest Speaker at an Albers Event 20
Attend an APC Workshop 30
Attend the Harriet Stephenson Business Plan Competition 50
Join an Albers Club 50
Albers Leadership Playbook Podcast 50
Follow @SeattleUAlbers on IG 50

Seattle U Functions

Involvement ActivityPoints Earned
Attend a SeattleU Workshop/Event 20
Join a SeattleU Club 20

Point Submission

  • ACE points can be submitted through this Google Form. For proof of engagement, please submit a photo or screenshot of the event/activity you are participating in.
  • If you have any additional questions, feel free to send an email to your NSM.

ACE Field Day

Field Day

Frequently Asked Questions

Academic Day

Academic Day