Who's Who At Villanova

Who's Who Application Deadline is September 4, 2018

Over the past 75 years Villanova has used this award to recognize and honor our students who, through their leadership ability, service to the Villanova community, and academic achievement have personified the values of Villanova University.

Who is eligible?

Matriculated full-time undergraduate students who will graduate in either December 2018 or May 2019 and who have earned a 3.25 cumulative Grade Point Average at Villanova University are eligible to apply for nomination to Who's Who. In order to be considered for this honor, you must complete an on-line application form and arrange to have a member of Villanova University's faculty or a professional staff member submit a letter of recommendation.

To Apply

Please review the Who's Who Application Instructions BEFORE you attempt to complete the application. The link to the application is located at the bottom of the instructions page.

NOTE: One Letter of Recommendation from a Villanova faculty or staff member is required for your application to be considered. 

A University Committee, whose membership includes representatives from all four colleges, the administration and the student body, will consider each application. The students selected by the committee and approved by the Vice President for Student Life and the Provost will be notified of their selection no later than December 21, 2018. Those selected by the University will be invited to a recognition dinner, will receive an engraved pewter plate, a certificate, and an honor cord to be worn at Commencement.

If you have questions concerning the application, recommendation, qualifications or procedures, please contact the Dean of Students Office in 213 Dougherty Hall, or call 610-519-4200

MINIMUM CRITERIA

The University's minimum criteria for selection to Who's Who are:

  • Demonstrated leadership ability.

  • Substantial community service.

  • Consistent involvement in University co-curricular and extra curricular activities.

  • Good disciplinary status as determined by the Dean of Students Office.

  • Senior Class status and graduating either December 2018 or May 2019.

  • Good academic standing with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25.
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