Student Leadership Awards

Temple University Ambler's professional and social organizations provide ample opportunities to hone your leadership skills and support your community.

Ambler Campus Student Leadership Awards are presented annually in April during a special commemorative banquet. Use the online applications for the awards below.

All leadership award applications must be submitted by Monday, March 18, 4 p.m., unless otherwise noted. The awards will be presented at the Academic and Leadership Awards Ceremony in April.

For more information on leadership awards, contact the Office of Student Life, at 267-468-8423.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Phi Beta Omega Chapter Book Award: A book award for a deserving student who contributes to campus life. Fill out an Application.

Ambler Campus Leadership Award: A maximum of five awards are presented to graduating seniors. Recipients must have made outstanding contribution(s) to the Ambler campus community during their years at Temple, possess a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5, and demonstrate leadership qualities through academic, co-curricular, and/or other services.

The Jamie Dickson Memorial Scholarship: Founded by the Phi Kappa Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi Rho, the scholarship is awarded annually to an individual from the Ambler Campus who embodies Jamie Dickson’s compassion and determination both on and off the Ambler Campus, with a preference given to students majoring in Education. Fill out an Application.

Bob Sundermeier Award: An annual award to an undergraduate student, with a cumulative grade point averages of at least 2.5, who, through participation in extracurricular activities involving leadership roles and campus service, demonstrates the characteristics of the friendliness, ingenuity, and dedication of the late Bob Sundermeier, a member of the Ambler Facilities management staff for many years. Fill out an Application.

Criminal Justice Leadership Award: Awarded to a graduating Criminal Justice major who has demonstrated academic excellence and an affinity for service to the Criminal Justice Department and the community. (Students are chosen for this award, there is no application process).

Mary Wald Banking and Finance Scholarship: A $200 award given to a Temple University student who has a minimum grade point average of 2.75 and has made an outstanding contribution in the current school year to one of the Ambler campus Fox School of Business and Management student organizations. Fill out an Application.

Outstanding Student Leader of the Year Award: Presented to the outstanding student leader of the current academic year.

Outstanding Student Organization of the Year Award: Presented to the one student organization that has been a “shining example” to other organizations during the academic year by sponsoring quality programs that showed innovation and hard work.

Special Achievement Award: Presented to the student or organization for a specific program or service that has had an impact on the quality of life at the Ambler Campus in this academic year.