Jack Kennedy Memorial Alumni Achievement Award (JKMAAA)
Each Homecoming, the Alumni Association recognizes alumni who have had distinctive success in their field. Learn the history of this award. Read about the 2015 winners. Click here to see a list of all past recipients.
The Jack Kennedy Memorial Alumni Achievement Award celebrated its 50th anniversary in the fall of 2014. Read the commemorative book that highlights all past award recipients.
Distinguished Service Award
Also conferred annually at Homecoming is the Alumni Distinguished Service Award. The Alumni Distinguished Service Award was established in 1999 to recognize an individual who has made a significant contribution to the College through consistent service in exceptional ways. The twelve recipients of this prestigious award are: Leo M. Stevenson ’34, William J. Mehaffey ’64, Richard G. Jewell ’67, James Schalles ’42, J. Paul Sticht ’39, Louise Slavcoff Baird ’56, Barbara Montgomery Arnold ’60, Robert W. Smith ’59, Stanley Johnson ’60, C. Fred Fetterolf ’52, Anne (Harker '60) Dayton, Dr. Charles S. MacKenzie and David Lascell, Esq.
All Grove City College graduates are eligible for the JKMAAA and the Distinguished Service awards. The selection committee reviews all nominations.
Anyone can nominate an alumnus for the JKMAAA with a letter of nomination, but submitting complete biographical information is recommended. Resumes, articles, weblinks, etc., are all encouraged forms of documentation.
Deadline: Nominations for Homecoming 2016 are due by February 1, 2016.
Questions? Contact Melissa MacLeod, Senior Director of Alumni and College Relations today.