Franco's List nominations due by April 1

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Franco’s List nominations due by April 1

Juan Franco smiles during the groundbreaking for Nebraska's Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center. Franco, who served for 11 years as Nebraska's top administrator for students, died Aug. 2.
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Juan Franco

The Character Council is seeking nominations of students for Franco’s List, an award that recognizes students demonstrating strong moral character.

Named for Juan Franco, Nebraska’s vice chancellor for student affairs from 2006 to 2017, the award offers public recognition on a semi-annual basis for students of integrity.

Nominations can be made by students, faculty or staff and are due April 1. Click here to submit a nomination.

Students who are recognized have made a difference in the community and portray one or more of the six building blocks of integrity: citizenship, dependability, respect, open-mindedness, caring and commitment. Award winners are selected by the Character Council and are recognized at a ceremony in April.

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