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Virginia Crump Award



The Virginia Crump Award for Outstanding Female Student in Community Service is given annually to a current Baylor student to provide special recognition for her individual contribution of time, talent and effort in the Waco community.


Virginia Crump Award for Outstanding Female in Community Service
Please submit your completed application to Student Activities by Monday, April 16 at 5:00PM.


The Award for Outstanding Female Student in Community Service was initiated in 1988. The late Ms. Virginia Crump served the students of Baylor in many capacities during her years as a university administrator. After graduating from Baylor with her Bachelor's Degree in 1946, Ms. Crump worked in the university library. She went on to receive her Master's Degree in Educational Psychology and served as Assistant Dean of Students from 1961-1982. Ms. Crump led the task force that brought Mortar Board and national sororities to Baylor. She served on the board for the Girl Scout Council, YWCA, and the Waco Symphony. Ms. Crump retired from Baylor in 1982. This award continues to honor the service and volunteerism that Ms. Crump demonstrated.

[2010-2011 AWARD WINNER]

Katie Mendicino