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Faculty Student Development Awards

The Division of Student Affairs Faculty Student Development Award recognizes a teaching or non-teaching faculty member who has gone beyond his or her responsibilities to engage and encourage undergraduate and graduate students in learning, scholarly activities, and/or professional development. Examples include student engagement in conferences, field trips, independent study activities, international/national travel, service learning activities, and/or work with student clubs/organizations. The recipient will receive $500.00 professional development travel voucher (for the next academic year), a plaque and a feature story in the student newspaper.

Award winners will be announced during the Faculty/Staff Convocation in August.

 Frank Jackson - Faculty Student Devleopment Award

Student Leadership institute

The Student Leadership Institute is an interactive experience designed to provide the opportunity for student participants to further develop their skills and competencies in the various areas of leadership and personal development. Utilizing lectures, workshops, and interactive programs, students master skills in communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, goal setting, problem solving, and etiquette.

August 12-18, 2013

 Student Leadership institute

SPIT Knowledge

Students Participating In Transcendent Knowledge (S.P.I.T. Knowledge) is a modern day twist to the traditional college lecture series programs. This program will offer a diverse genre of speakers to our students and surrounding community to inform and stimulate interests that otherwise may not have been aroused in a traditional classroom setting. Students will receive first hand knowledge from presenters who have an enormous ability to communicate with the younger “hip-hop” generation and have a message to share that is of importance to this group.

Various dates throughout the year.  Click here for updates.

 SPIT Knowledge Lecture Series

Faculty/Staff vs Students Recreation

The Student Government Association and the Office of Recreation Sports has created a yearly tradition that brings faculty and staff out of their classroom and offices to compete in athletic events. From a Homecoming Dodge Ball Tournament to a March of Dimes Basketball showcase, these events are sure to be energetic, entertaining, and exciting for al that attend.

Various dates throughout the year.  Click here for updates.

 Faculty Staff and Student Recreation

Homecoming 2014

Homecoming is an exciting week-long tradition that generates enthusiasm among faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members alike. Our activities culminate with the Homecoming Concert and Stage Breakers Step Show & After Party.  Homecoming is set for October 11, 2014. Save the date!
Homecoming 2014 Website
October 5 – 11, 2014

 Homecoming Parade

Ministers Conference

Prairie View A&M University will host the 55th Session of the Annual Ministers’ Conference. The Johnson-Phillip All Faiths Chapel welcomes ministers to the “Hill” to renew collegiate camaraderie, pastoral fellowship, and spiritually nurture their souls. Contributions from this conference continue to ignite the flame that fuels campus ministry and allows students to fulfill their education goals.

Willie A. Tempton, Sr.

Memorial Student Center

 50th Ministers' Conference

Spring Fest

Campus Activities Board (CAB) brings you Spring Fest, a week full of events ranging from beach party themed socials to concerts featuring the latest chart-topping artist. CAB is a student-run organization that plans and implements Spring Fest for the university community.

 Sprig Fest Hump Day on the Hill

Mr & Miss Prairie View A&M University

Prairie View A&M University crowns it campus royalty every year during the annual Mr. & Miss Prairie View A&M University Scholarship Pageants. Students are afforded the opportunity to compete for titles, scholarships, and a year of representing this great institution of higher learning. Contestant development begins early to mid spring and culminates with the annual pageant.

 2012 Miss PVAMU Pageant

PV Choice Awards

Student Government Association (SGA) hosts the PV Choice Awards to celebrate student achievements, highlight outstanding Faculty and Staff members, and showcase student talent. Each year the PV Choice Awards grows in the level of production and excitement created through the nomination process. The PV Choice Awards is one of the featured highlights of the Spring semester.

 Toyelle Wilson - PV Choice Awards

Relay for Life

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. At Relay, teams of people camp out at a local high school, park, or fairground and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event. Because cancer never sleeps, Relays are overnight events up to 24 hours in length.

 Relay for Life Logo