Celebrating student achievement
Warwick's 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. Not only do they excel academically, but they manage to find the time to campaign for good causes, raise enormous amounts of money for charities, start small business, and work with local charities.
The University’s Outstanding Student Contribution Award (OSCA) aims to recognise these achievements.
The activity for which students are nominated does not need to have been over their entire time at Warwick, nor a long-term commitment. Students may be nominated for one particular item which has contributed significantly to the community. We seek to celebrate individuals whose efforts have made a difference, regardless of duration of the activity.
The 2019 panel consists of the following: Registrar Rachel Sandby-Thomas, Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Chris Hughes, Student Union President Ben Newsham and Student Union Education Officer Chloe Batten will select award winners.
Presentation of the OSCA
The award will be presented at the students' Degree Congregation ceremony.