Nominate an Alumnus/Alumna for the 2020-21 Awards

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Each year, Baylor Alumni celebrates graduates of the University who live the mission of the University in outstanding and significant ways. Any member of the Baylor Family may nominate an alum for the Baylor Alumni Awards program. If you know someone whose contributions should be considered, please review the award categories below and tell us their story by completing the nomination form.

The nominating period for alumni to be considered for the 2020-21 Baylor Alumni Awards will close at 5pm on Saturday, August 15. No nominations will be accepted after that time.

Baylor University is accepting nominations for the following 2020-21 Baylor Alumni Awards:
  • Alumnus/a of the Year -- The highest honor awarded to a prominent graduate who has achieved distinction through exceptional contributions to our international, national, state, or community welfare. Relevant contributions may occur in a single year or over a span of years, preferably extending into the year of nomination.
  • Young Alumnus/a of the Year -- The highest honor awarded to a prominent alumnus/a who graduated no more than 10 years ago and is under age 40. Nominee must have achieved distinction through exceptional contributions to our international, national, state, or community welfare. Relevant contributions may occur in a single year or over a span of years, preferably extending into the year of nomination.
  • Pro Texana Medal of Service -- Awarded to a graduate whose contributions in furthering the mission of Baylor University have made an immeasurable impact in the world. His or her impact may be through the public or non-profit sectors.
  • Pro Ecclesia Medal of Service -- Awarded to a graduate whose broad contributions to Christian ministry have made an immeasurable impact.
Please complete the Form below to nominate a deserving individual for this year's awards. Please note: Nominees may not currently be employed by Baylor University, be voting members of the Baylor University Board of Regents or their spouses, or be members of the Baylor Alumni Board of Advocates or their spouses.