Nominations for Outstanding Student Contribution Awards (OSCAs) 2015 are now open, you have until Monday 18 May 2015 to help recognise and celebrate our most exceptional students.
All members of the Warwick community can nominate final-year students for an Award so please take a few moments to make a nomination for a deserving student. Winners will be presented with their award during their degree ceremony.
About the OSCAs
OSCAs recognise the exceptional achievements of Warwick students, above and beyond their academic activity. Our students are amongst the most active in the country, with thousands taking part in and running student societies, volunteering through Warwick volunteers, taking an active role in their learning through the SSLC system and much, much more.
Some of our students, however, are truly exceptional, excelling academically, whilst also contributing significantly to the University community, volunteering on or off campus, starting their own business or contributing to the University’s internationalisation agenda whether through a long-term commitment, a one-off project or anything in between.
New for this year, the Benefactors OSCA is generously funded by donations from the University’s supporters. These OSCAs will be given to students who have made an outstanding contribution to the University community (academic or otherwise), or to the external community through a Warwick initiative (eg. Warwick Volunteers, Warwick in Africa).
Make a nomination
Any student in the final year of their studies (undergraduate and postgraduate) can be nominated for an award via the online nomination form.
Find out more about the Outstanding Student Contribution Awards on the website.