League Awards
Celebrating Outstanding Faculty, Staff, and Student Achievement

Innovation of the Year Awards

Celebrating Community College Innovation

Established over 30 years ago, this award recognizes significant community college innovations that improve the ability of institutions to serve their students and communities. MORE>

John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards

Honoring Excellence Among Community College Professionals

Named in recognition of the outstanding contributions of John and Suanne Roueche to the community college field, this award celebrates faculty and staff who exemplify exceptional teaching and leadership. MORE>

Terry O'Banion Student Technology Awards

Championing Outstanding Technology Students

This award recognizes and supports deserving students who have special talent in technology, who have a strong financial need, and who are passionate about pursuing careers in technology. MORE>

Riegelman Awards

Recognizing Excellence in Public Health & Health Navigation

As community colleges join the continuum of public health education, the League recognizes six institutions' plans for developing certificate and degree programs in public health and health navigation. MORE>

Latest Updates

April 2017
In 2012, the League established the John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards to celebrate outstanding contributions and leadership by community college faculty and staff. These awards are open to League Board and Alliance member institutions, and each year’s recipients are recognized in a series of activities and promotions, and honored at special events at the League's Innovations Conference each spring. The 2016 Excellence Award recipients were recognized at the Innovations Conference in San Francisco, CA, March 12-15, 2017. Special events included an exclusive Excellence Awards...
March 2017
The Riegelman Awards for Excellence in Public Health & Health Navigation Education in Community Colleges were presented at the League's March 2017 Innovations Conference in San Francisco, California, to four community colleges that have demonstrated excellence in planning or enhancing associate degree or certificate programs in Public Health and Health Navigation education, or that include public health courses in Allied Health, Nursing, First Responder, Health Foundations, or related programs. Award-winning program plans must be consistent with the recommendations of the Community...