Fitchburg State University’s Student Affairs division recently held its Recognition Night, saluting standout students, clubs and organizations for their activities and engagement during the 2022-23 academic year. The event was held in the main lounge of Hammond Hall.
Students nominate their peers and clubs for recognition, with the winners selected by a committee of faculty, staff and administrators. The following winners were announced at Recognition Night:
- Cultural & Spiritual Club of the Year: Black Student Union
- Greek Organization of the Year: Sigma Pi
- Honor Society of the Year: Sigma Beta Delta
- Performance & Media Club of the Year: Dance Club
- Sports & Recreation Club of the Year: Cheerleading
- Collaboration of the Year: ASA Winter Wonderland Party
- Organization of the Year: African Student Association
- Hammond Campus Center Area of the Year: Event Student Services
- DEI Program of the Year: GSA 2nd Chance Dance
- Small Campus Program of the Year: BSU Enrichment Trip
- Medium Campus Program of the Year: GSA Candle Light Vigil
- Large Campus Program of the Year: GSA Sweet Six Queen Drag Show
- Ricardo Melo Community Service Award: ASB Puerto Rico
- Hammond Campus Center Employee of the Year: Aidan Nemer
- Freshman Leader of the Year: Kervens Blanc
- Sophomore Leader of the Year: Emily Maestri
- Junior Leader of the Year: Ashaunti Gordon
- Senior Leader of the Year: Sydney Kinz
- Unsung Hero of the Year: Samantha Bernard
- Robert V. and Jeanne S. Antonucci Leadership Award: Benjamin Sacramone
Sacramone, the winner of the Antonucci Leadership Award, will also be recognized during the university’s undergraduate commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 20.
Learn more about Fitchburg State's dozens of campus clubs and organizations at FalConnect.