Hobson Hall Awards
HOBSON HALL AWARDS
Each Year the Hall presents the following awards:
- First Year: This award is presented to the first year student with the best overall academic performance as judged from her mid-year examinations.
- Second year: This award is presented to the second year senior student with the best overall academic performance as judged from her previous November examinations and the mid-year exams.
- Third year: This award is presented to the third year student with the best overall academic performance as judged from her previous November examinations and the mid-year exams.
Residence Merit Scholarship:
The Residence Merit Scholarship (monetary award) is made available by Rhodes University to reward a student who has in the year of nomination made a considerable contribution and been involved in areas of sport/or other extra-mural Hall activities. The Residence Leadership Award nominations are been given to the Registrars Division and they contact the student(s) directly.
Leadership Award Trophy:
The Division of Student Affairs Leadership Award is an award presented to a student in Hobson Hall who, although not necessarily in a formal position of leadership, sets an example in their House, by demonstrating exceptional leadership qualities throughout the year. The Residence Merit Award is announced at the Leavers Dinner.
Hobson Hall Awards:
Annually at the Leavers Dinner, our Hall Warden, Mrs Tracey Chambers presents our students with awards.
The awards are:
- Sportswoman of the Year Award: This award is presented to the best overall sportswoman of the Hall as recommended by the Hall Committee. A student who has achieved at either being first team, playing provincial or sport for their country.
- Emerging Academic Award: a student with one or more peer-reviewed publications and/or attendance of conferences and/or making a significant academic contribution.
- Most Balanced Student Award: This individual student deemed to have made an outstanding contribution to the residence or other meritorious action (a good balance between cultural, spiritual, sport and academics).
- Engaged Academic: A student who consistently volunteers their time to the community.
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