Awards Forms

Compass Points Alumnae Recognition Awards

Presented each spring and fall to alumna worthy of individual recognition. The awards are named for a direction point on the compass:

  • North—National Service
  • South—Special achievement outside of Theta Phi Alpha
  • East—Emerging younger alumna
  • West—Alumna with wealth of knowledge and wisdom

Nominators can suggest a category for their nomination, however the Board of Trustees reserves the right to place the nomination in a different category to provide balance and the best slate of awardees. Nominations that embrace ideals embodied in the Creed of Theta Phi Alpha will be weighted more highly. Nominations may be submitted via this link by any individual, chapter, or association.

The Siena Medal

Founded in 1937, the Siena Medal was established to recognize outstanding women who are not members of Theta Phi Alpha who created a legacy of Integrity, Principled Leadership, Grace, and Social Change. Medalists are Forward Thinking, Visionaries, Representing the Best of Humanity, and the Best of Civility.

2024 Siena Medal nominations are now open by submitting the form located here. The nomination deadline is July 1, 2023.

National Awards Applications

Due by April 30, 2024

All of our National Awards and supporting documentation may be submitted electronically via the links on this page. Awards that do not require applications are indicated in the Annual & National Awards Overview documents below. If you are submitting a letter of recommendation for someone else, please use this required form. If you have any questions regarding applications or the awards process, please contact the current Trustee overseeing awards at: [email protected].

Theta Phi Alpha and the Board of Trustees congratulates the chapters, alumnae associations and individual members who received awards at the 2022 National Convention. The list of awards and recipients is available here.

 

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