NACAS Awards

2019 award nominations are due June 21 — Submit today!

Submit a Nomination

Deserved Recognition

On your campus, you and your colleagues work hard to break new ground, implement innovation, and achieve success. Now it is time to honor these achievements by nominating yourself or someone you know for a NACAS award. Your nominations make our community a better place and ensure excellence is promoted.

This year’s nomination window closes June 21, 2019.

Awards & Scholarships

NACAS, with the financial support of the NACAS Education Foundation, honors the best and brightest in our industry with 13 different award & scholarship categories. Nominated by their professional peers, award winners are announced and honored at each year’s C3X Annual Conference & Expo.

Award and scholarship opportunities include:

Awards Hall of Fame

The NACAS recognizes outstanding achievement in college auxiliary services. Award winners have helped to better not only their institutions but the entire profession as well. We hope that you will continue to recognize their achievements.

2018 Award Winners

Congratulations to our 2018 NACAS Member Award winners! Your creativity, dedication to auxiliaries, and commitment to higher education have impacted not only your schools but all of NACAS.




Robert F. Newton Award for Distinguished Service

Bill Redwine

Morehead State University

Edwin R. Golden Award for Inclusive Excellence

Jean Kwaterski, CASP

University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

Innovative Achievement in Auxiliary Services

University of Cincinnati Campus Services Marketing

David H. Lord Award for Exemplary Community Service

Jim McDermott, CASP

Retired (Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville)

Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr. Legacy Award

Kris Klinger

University of Southern California

Outstanding Business Partner of the Year


Volunteer of the Year

Lorelle Davies, CASP

Pikes Peak Community College

Volunteer of the Year

Hollie Lutz

Indiana University - Bloomington

Communications Services Award

Chad Ellsworth

Texas Tech University

Silver Torch

Jeff Davis

Retired (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)

Silver Torch

Patrick Perfetto

Retired (University Of Maryland - College Park)

Central – Regional Mentor Award

Laura Stevens

Maryville University - St. Louis

Central – Regional Rising Star Scholarship, sponsored by The Spelman & Johnson Group

Kimberly Rademacher

Central Michigan University

East – Regional Mentor Award

Dan Slattery

Towson University

East – Regional Rising Star Scholarship, sponsored by The Spelman & Johnson Group

Kelly Crispo

Towson University

South – Regional Mentor Award

Rich Steele, CASP

South – Regional Rising Star Scholarship, sponsored by The Spelman & Johnson Group

Allison Bringardner

The Citadel Military College of South Carolina

West – Regional Mentor Award

Julie Crea

Lewis-Clark State College

West – Regional Rising Star Scholarship, sponsored by The Spelman & Johnson Group

C.W. "Joe" Eggleston, CASP

Southern California University of Health Sciences