Individual Achievement

Submit your 2021 award nominations by clicking the form here.
Nominations due by March 5, 2021.

Outstanding Officer of the Year
McClure Outstanding Officer of the Year is awarded annually to officers who demonstrate superior chapter leadership and dedication to his or her office. The award is named for former High Chancellor Fred McClure. 

Nominations may be made for Chancellor, Censor, Scribe, Treasurer, Chronicler and at-large nominations will be accepted for all other officer positions. 


Outstanding Advisor of the Year
Advisors volunteer countless hours to Alpha Zeta and the chapter, the Advisor of the Year award is the chapter's chance to say thank you. 

The advisor award is given annually to the top advisor, or advisory committee, from one of Alpha Zeta's active chapters. Nominations may be made by any member of the chapter, however only one form is necessary. 

Winners will be named and recognized on the website and in AZ News. 


Steve Drake Outstanding Alumnus/Alumnae of the Year
Through contributions of time, resources and money, Alpha Zeta's loyal alumni sustain the organization and provide value to young members. Their example sets a president for future members and future alumni. 

The Outstanding Alumni Award may be given annually to an alum who is deemed deserving of the award through his or her support of the organization. Nominees may be submitted through the High Council, Foundation Board of Directors, student or alumni chapters; nominees may also nominate themselves. Applications are reviewed by the High Council and/or a designated committee. 

 Winners will be named and recognized on the website and in AZ News. 

Congratulations to our 2020 recipients!

Chancellor of the Year - Erica Weber, Cook Chapter
Censor of the Year - Lily-Anne Trainor, Cornell
Treasurer of the Year - Nicole Menetski, Cornell
Scribe of the Year - Allison Finn, Cornell
Chronicler of the Year - Jenna Bernhardt, Cornell
Member-at-Large of the Year - Erin Scannell, Cornell
Advisor of the Year - Anthony Arce, Cornell