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The Spring Awards Report is due by June 1, 2017 at 11:59pm!

The National Campus Leadership Team wants to hear what you and your campus have been up to this semester! Choose what you'd like to share and add as much detail as you're willing (although we always want more!). We're asking you to share for a number of reasons. First, we want to hear the exciting things you're doing, so that we can share them with other schools and make the campus fight against cancer even stronger. Secondly, this information is going to give us the opportunity to recognize, congratulate, and thank campuses for the incredible work they're doing through our Campus Leadership Team Awards Program! Check out who won fall semester awards here.

Spring Awards Report Ideas

Use the suggestions below to guide you through the Spring Report and to aid your event and initiative planning throughout the year! All of these actions are ideal ways to implement the four strategic directions of Colleges Against Cancer and will help your campus embody what it means to be a Leader of Hope. More than that, these are qualities of successful Relay For Life events and CAC Chapters!

Question: What new things did your campus try this semester and how were they successful?

  • Come up with an original idea, campaign, event, or fundraiser new to your campus this year intended to do great things

  • Share with others via the National Campus Relay For Life and CAC Facebook group or a blog post

Question: What ideas did you adapt from other schools? Which of your campus' ideas could be easily adapted to other events?

  • Participate in or watch Campus On Air videos

  • Write a blog post for the Campus Relay website

  • Post in the National Campus Relay For Life and CAC Facebook group

  • Attend a Relay For Life conference, 

  • Build relationships with members of Regional Campus Leadership Team

Question: What was the biggest challenge you faced this semester? What support would help you to face similar challenges in the future?

  • Retaining team captains

  • People leaving after Luminaria 

Question: What are you most proud of accomplishing this semester?

  • Beat your goal

  • Increased attendance numbers

  • Trying a new idea

Question: How did your campus participate in cancer education and advocacy this semester?

  • Host a Cancer Education tabling event on your campus that corresponds with an awareness month

  • Invite an ACS funded researcher to speak to your campus about their work, prevention, screening, or treatment

  • Ask members of your campus community to share prevention information with loved ones

  • Have representatives from your school attend your state ACS CAN Day at the Capitol

  • Host a CAN Cafe on campus or at your Relay For Life event

  • Have someone from your campus attend a legislative meeting and report back to committee

Question: How did your campus participate in survivor and caregiver engagement this semester?

  • Host a mini-luminaria ceremony prior to your Relay For Life event

  • Hold a Survivor and/or Caregiver engagement event

  • Recruit Virtual Survivors for your event

  • Visit a local Hope Lodge or Cancer Treatment center

Question: Overall, how did you incorporate mission into your strategies this semester?

  • Hold a mission event on your campus

  • Attend another ACS event

  • Host a researcher speaker

Get Involved with ACS outside of Relay For Life and CAC on your campus

  • Attend a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event

  • Attend or host a Bark For Life event

  • Attend another campus or community Relay For Life event

  • Visit a Hope Lodge

  • Promote Road to Recovery and recruit drivers on your campus