A.A. Hyden Award for Outstanding Student Group in Community Service

Purpose

The A.A. Hyden Award for Outstanding Student Group in Community Service is given annually to a student group to provide special recognition for their valuable contributions of service to the Waco community. This award is given to groups that have demonstrated excellence in regards to the impact, quality, relationship, context, and learning aspects of service.


History

The A.A. Hyden Award for Outstanding Student Group was initiated in 1987. The award is named in honor of Dr. A.A. Hyden, Vice President of Student Life at Baylor University from 1980 to 1989. Dr. Hyden was dedicated to students and continues to be a dedicated servant to the Waco community. His involvement and memberships include: Rotary International, Phi Delta Kappa, Southern Counselors Personnel Association and Omnicron Delta Kappa. By serving and investing in the Waco community, Baylor students build upon Dr. Hyden's legacy of community service.


General Information


Selection Criteria

Groups qualifying for consideration for the A.A. Hyden Award must:


Past Winners

Medical Service Organization (2014-2015)