As a Catholic liberal arts college, we continue to embrace the Norbertine ideal of communio in hopes to foster intellectual, spiritual and personal development within the campus community.

Founder’s Day Award Nomination Form

When Abbot Bernard H. Pennings, O.Praem., founded St. Norbert College in 1898, he was committed to supporting personal, intellectual and spiritual development through the efforts of a vibrant educational community. Today, members of the college community continue to demonstrate this same commitment.

The St. Norbert College Founder’s Award is given to college employees and students in recognition of their contributions to the Norbertine tradition and spirit on campus. 

Honorees will be recognized at the Founder’s Day Prayer Breakfast at 7:45 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, in Michels Ballroom.

Please note that the deadline for nominations is Friday, Sept. 16.

Nomination Form
*Name of person you are nominating:

*Title of person you are nominating:

If a student, their class year (juniors and seniors only):

*Your name:
*If the person you are nominating is selected for this award, may we share the fact that you nominated him/her?  Yes
Please describe the ways in which this nominee has contributed to the St. Norbert College community by embodying one or more of the following Norbertine values:
Communio, which is characterized by mutual esteem, trust, sincerity, faith and responsibility.
Fulfill our vocations by embodying Christ’s example of loving service.
Seek peace and reconciliation in the spirit of St. Norbert.
Pray and reflect communally and individually.
Practice radical hospitality in the spirit of the Gospel and the Rule of St. Augustine.