Students Receive Awards
At the May 16 Graduate Banquet, 12 students received awards for their service and achievements.
Every year since 1984, the Brooks scholarship has been helping men enrolling at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary with tuition assistance for all three years of classroom study.
The Knight Award is presented to individuals for their contribution to the Martin Luther College athletic program throughout their collegiate career. The award is based on participation, sportsmanship, and excellence in the area of athletics.
Leading Scholar Awards
These awards are given to the students with the leading GPA in each area of study.
UMAC Scholar Athlete Award
This award, which is given to one male and one female student athlete, recognizes graduating seniors who demonstrate a healthy balance by achieving excellence in academics, leadership, and service, while participating in intercollegiate athletics.
Fine Arts Award
This award is presented to a graduating student who has excelled in the area of music, musical performance, drama, or campus publications throughout his/her college career.
This award is presented to a graduating student who has demonstrated a charitable character. The recipient of this award is known by both the student body and faculty of Martin Luther College for using talents and time in Christian service to others.
Via Veritas Vita Award
This award is presented to a student who demonstrates a true Christian character as well as school spirit. Such a person exhibits faithfulness to personal responsibilities, willingness to help others, and distinguishable leadership qualities.
Student Body President Recognition
This award is given to the outgoing student body president for service to the college.
(Back row L-R) Scott Henrich – Brooks Scholarship and Knight Award, Joseph Blum – UMAC Male Scholar Athlete, Samuel Jeske – Service Award, Lindsay Hahn – UMAC Female Scholar Athlete, Ross Chartrand – Brooks Scholarship, Phil Janisch – Student Body President Recognition, (Front row L-R) Laura Miller – Via Veritas Vita Award, Mark Voss – Brooks Scholarship, Jennifer Draeger – Knight Award, Alison Kolander – Education Leading Scholar Award, Joshua Jensen – Preseminary Leading Scholar Award, Rebecca Flad – Fine Arts Award