Afro-American Alumni Association Award
Alumni Association Award is given to an extraordinary individual who has
demonstrated outstanding leadership in their community and/or profession
and who has set a high standard for volunteerism, mentoring and/or
He/she will have demonstrated a true spirit of dedication to support the success among people of African descent. The recipient must hold a degree from Bridgewater State University, whether it is an undergraduate degree, a graduate degree or an honorary degree.
The recipient must be nominated by a member of the Afro-American Alumni Association. Current voting members of the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association are not eligible for this award.
The Awards Committee of the Board of Directors will review nominations and make their selection based on the above criteria.
|Jerrol J. Toledo Outstanding Student Award|
Jerrol was a student at Bridgewater State University that passed away unexpectedly on March 15, 2001. He graduated from Brockton High School in 1998 and was a recipient of the Rose Scholarship several times. At the time of his passing, Jerrol was a junior, a Management Science major and lived on campus. He was heavily active on the BSU campus community with many organizations such as: Afro-Am Society, MIB's and Turning Point.
Established in 2002, by the
Afro-American Alumni Association, the Jerrol J. Toldeo Outstanding
Last Modified: June 29, 2012