The Anne Huber High Achievement Award promotes student leadership and academic excellence through leadership program development. This includes, conferences, workshops, seminars, and symposia for undergraduate college students.
Anne Huber (1928-1988) served as Secretary to the Director of Continuing Education and later worked as the Secretary to the Dean of Students.
The Anne Huber High Achievement Award was established in 1988. The fund was established by Notre Dame with contributions from her family and friends.
A maximum of $500 to cover registration and travel costs for attendance at conferences, workshops, etc designed for college students. (Food costs not included)
Award recipients must be a full time undergraduate student studying at Notre Dame of Maryland University.
- Students must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA at the time of application for this award
- Must demonstrate leadership experience at NDMU and/or in the community.
- Submit a 1-2 page essay (double spaced, 12pt) responding to the application questions.
- Submit a letter of recommendation from non-family members (employers, teachers or faculty, coaches, etc.) that focus on leadership ability. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all letters are written by the deadline.
- Fall: November 20, 2020
- Spring: March 12, 2021
- Summer: May 7, 2021
Once the application and letter of recommendation is submitted, a decision will be made 2 weeks after the deadline date. Students will be notified by NDMU email if they have received the award.
Need help with the application? Please contact:
Student Life located in MBK 219 or via email at Studentlife@ndm.edu.