Over 30 students from the Class of 2014 celebrated their junior year together one last time at a special Junior Move-Up Bonfire and BBQ at Critz Farms in Cazenovia on April 26, 2013. Students enjoyed dinner, catered by Moe's Southwest Grill, and afterwards were able to feed the goats, explore Critz Farms, and sit around the bonfire. A KanJam® tournament was also held and the winners were Patrick Boyle and Mike Karderinis!
The 4th Annual Junior Move-Up celebration is part of the Caz Traditions program. Thank you to our Student Foundation Club and Ashlea Osborne `12, assistant director of the Cazenovia Fund, for coordinating this year's event. At Cazenovia, students from each class are asked to make a small, annual contribution toward their class gift, which they vote on during freshman orientation. The Classroom Renovations Project was voted on by the Class of 2014, and they have been working to fund their project each year before their commencement next May.
Thank you to the students from the Class of 2014 for making this year's event a success! We hope to have another great turnout next year as the Class of 2015 will mark the 5th Annual Junior Move-Up Celebration.
End of Semester Transportation
There is no set transportation schedule for van service to the bus/train station and airport throughout finals week, May 6 -10. Students who require transportation should contact Lisa Baker in Campus Services (315.655.7383) in advance of the day they need a ride. Students who wait until the day they need a ride will not be guaranteed transportation.
Student Leaders RecognizedFlorence B. Crouse Award: Samantha Young
Key to Our Success Award: Amanda Quaile, Chaz Bedford, Christine Ward, Matthew Phillips
Helping Hand Award: Benjamin Wood, Brittany Wilkinson, Harold Gonzalez, Naomi Mekeel, Princess Weekes, Sada Koslowski, Sara Martone and
Caz “Can Do” Award: Megan McDermott and Dustin Gonzalez
Shining Star Award: Adam Halay, James Denio, Christine Petrone and
Sigma Alpha Pi Inductees (National Society for Leadership & Success): Colleen Ahern, Melissa Bartolomeo, Whitney Belcer, Jamel Brantley, McCauley Cannizzo, Katlyn Carrion, Kara Cruz, Christine DeVita-Zwack, Ashley Dyer, Sarah Ferguson, Mary Flynn, Hannah Friedman, Deanna Frink, Courtney Gaston, Kimberley Grethel, Taylor Haesaert, Brittany Hill, Jenna Kraeger, Taylor Kubber, Brittany LaDue, Rachael Loveric, Casey MacClaren, Taylor MacFarland, Jessica Manno, David Markes, Matthew Mills, Valarie Mudrie, Sierra Neil, Samantha Oldfield, Amy Olin, Sonni Pank, Una Parciasepe, Tramaine Rogers, Charlie Searle, Molly Sears, Rachael Seider, Megan Sitarek, Alexandra Smith, Teyanna Tanner, Faith Toomey, Megan Tucker, Taylor Ungleich, and
Sigma Alpha Pi Awards
National Excellence in Leadership Award: Carley Carson, Amy Evans, Katelyn Parker, Elise Russell, Anna Vanderkrake, and Ben Wood
Leadership Medallion: Adam Halay, Emily Thomas, and Liz Wardley
Honorary Membership: Princess Weekes, Dustin Gonzalez, and Chris Wilcock
Excellence in Service to Students Award: Valerie Mudrie and Carley Carson
Leadership Scholarship: Amanda Jones and Courtney Wallach
Leadership in Action Award: Christine Ward
SGA Medallions: Chaz Bedford, Carley Carson, Matthew Carson, Elizabeth Cook, Gage Crumb, James Denio, Deanna Frink, Dustin Gonzalez, Taylor Haesaert, Taylor Hastrich, Amanda Jones, Elise Russell, Emily Thomas, and Princess Weekes
Leader Scholars: Ashley Bancroft, Samantha Barnes, Rachael Clark, Rachel Herman, Emily Kinney, Taylor MacFarland, Kerry MacHugh, Megan McDermott, Alyssa Moseley, Paul Roberts, Molly Sears, Christine Ward, Princess Weekes, Christopher Wilcock, and Marla Wing
SGA Roundtable Award: (outstanding leadership as club President) Rachel Herman and Rachel Seider
In light of these facts, please consider honoring your student-especially if he or she is a graduating senior this spring-by making a gift that would have a lasting impact on a current or future Cazenovia College student. With an investment of $25,000 payable over five years, you can establish an endowed scholarship in your child's name. For as little as $3,000, a named term scholarship can be created. Either gift would have a lasting impact on a Cazenovia College student.
For more information, please visit www.cazenovia.edu/campaign or contact the Division of Institutional Advancement at 315.655.7369.