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Diana Awards: Alumni Hall of Fame

On June 1, 2017, the Archer Alumni Association inducted the first three Archer alumni into the Hall of Fame for their contributions to Archer and to the greater community. Recipients embody the Archer mission to its fullest extent through their drive and compassion, embracing the themes of empowerment, kindness, challenge-seeking, and leadership beyond the walls of Archer every day. We are so proud of their incredible accomplishments and dedicated service, and we look forward to expanding the Hall of Fame.

Award Nomination Form is at the bottom of the page.

Distinguished Service to Archer Award

The Distinguished Service to Archer award is presented to the graduate who has demonstrated her dedication to Archer and our mission at every level.

Service to the Community Award

The Service to the Community award is presented to the graduate who has distinguished herself through exemplary service to the local, national, or global community. 

Professional Achievement Award

The Professional Achievement award is presented to a graduate who has achieved significant success and/or prominence in their professional career or vocation.

Rising Star Award

Introduced in 2018, the Rising Star award recognizes a recent graduate who stands out in their field or studies, and is a leader in the community who gives back to their peers, family, and alma mater.

2023 Recipients

2022 Recipients

2019 Recipients

2018 Recipients

2017 Recipients

Award Nomination Form

Someone from the Alumni Association will reach out for more information about your nomination if necessary.
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