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Distinguished Service Graduate

The Distinguished Service Graduate Award is an honor reserved for Oklahoma City University students who are graduating and who have dedicated a significant portion of their collegiate career to volunteer and community engagement. This is an honor meant to acknowledge the highest level of achievement in service learning, volunteerism, and dedication to the larger OCU and Oklahoma communities.

Award Requirements

Undergraduate, transfer, and graduate students who have served at least 75 documented hours of community service per year while students at OCU will qualify for this distinction.

To receive the Distinguished Service Graduate Award, an OCU student must:

  • Serve at least 75 documented hours of community service per year while a student at OCU.
  • Document all community service hours served with the Division of Student Affairs via the Community Service Hours Tracking Form found on Engage.
  • Complete the Distinguished Service Graduate Application found on Engage by no later than November 15th (if graduating in December) or by April 15th (if graduating in May) prior to graduation.

Award Recognition

Graduating students who achieve this award will be given a medallion to wear during their commencement ceremony.

If you have questions about the Distinguished Service Graduate Award, please contact Dr. Levi J. Harrel, Dean of Students.

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