Alumni and Friends

Outstanding Alumni Awards

Established in 2005, Minnesota State College – Southeast Technical’s annual Outstanding Alumni Awards are presented at graduation to two outstanding alumni -- one from the Winona campus and one from the Red Wing campus. 

2016 Awards

 

Nominations for 2016 are now open. Download the 2016 Outstanding Alumni Awards Nomination Form (PDF) to submit a nomination. For more information, email cjohnson@southeastmn.edu. 

Criteria for Outstanding Alumni Awards

  1. Earned a diploma or degree from Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical more than 5 years ago;  
  2. Professional and/or personal achievement (e.g., career achievements, obstacles overcome, etc.);  
  3. Service to others (e.g., community service, service clubs, church, volunteerism, etc.);  
  4. Support to Minnesota State College - Southeast Technical (e.g., financial, board representative, advocacy, volunteerism, support/employment of grads, etc.);  
  5. Able to attend the graduation ceremony.

View past Outstanding Alumni Awards recipients, including photos and biographies.

 


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