How do I write a nomination?
Nominations require one key letter of nomination and a minimum of 2 and maximum of 4 supporting statements from other individuals. Please ensure that your nomination describes clearly the reasons for the nomination and the contributions of the candidate. Do not assume that members of the committee have personal knowledge of the candidate or the nominators. And, please note, it is not necessary or preferred that you provide the nominee’s curriculum vitae (CV) or resume.
What happens after it's submitted?
Completed applications will be considered by the Honorary Degree Nomination Review Sub-Committee at their next applicable meeting. The committee meets routinely between September and June and recommends candidates for Honorary Degrees to the Senate for approval and for selection by the Chancellor and President. All proceedings of this committee and the Senate in relation to the selection of Honorary Degree recipients are completely confidential.