Educational Opportunity Fund
Maximizing Academic Potential Program
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medallion award is the highest honor a graduating senior can receive to
acknowledge superior performance in a particular field. The medallion
distinguishes you as exceptional, placing you in the ranks of Rowan University’s
This medallion is awarded to an inspirational EOF/MAP senior
who demonstrates exceptional scholastic achievement, the potential for visionary
leadership, and a genuine commitment to equity and inclusion.
• Graduating in the top 10% of
the EOF/MAP class
• Exhibits outstanding leadership to the department,
school/college, and/or University
• Exhibits an uncompromising commitment to
challenging injustice, preserving the planet, and/or enriching underserved and under-resourced communities.
NOTE: Seniors meeting this criteria will be interviewed and
selected by a committee of EOF/MAP staff.
This medallion is awarded to an EOF/MAP student who has
demonstrated the spirit of EOF/MAP through outstanding
community service exhibited by positive contributions to improve the academic,
intellectual, and personal
development of others.
to the community and others
• Exhibits effective leadership to the
department, college, and University
• EOF/MAP student who will graduate in
Note: This award is chosen by the staff of EOF/MAP.
Larry P. Thomas Model of
Excellence Award: Cindy Rubiano-Gomez
Earl W. Hinton &
Dolores Copeland Award for Volunteerism: Minelson Louis-Baptiste