Three Aggies Elevated students were recognized recently for their hard work during the month of September—the first four weeks of their college experience.
Troy was named the Audacious Aggie for September for stepping out of his comfort zone to organize a movie night for his dorm.
Riley was named Scholar of the Month for September for his consistent attendance in classes and study groups and top-notch effort in completing homework assignments on time.
Taylor was named Associate Aggie for September for her positive attitude and enthusiasm.
Aggies Elevated program director Sarah Stone presented the awards, which are determined by program staff. The students received a certificate and a treat. Their photos will hang in the Aggies Elevated program space until the next month’s winners are named.
Congratulations Troy, Riley and Taylor, our Aggies Elevated Students of the Month for September!
Aggies Elevated at Utah State University believes that all individuals, regardless of ability, have the right to meaningful employment, lifelong learning, self-determination and full community inclusion. Utilizing the MyCLIMB (My Career Ladder to Independence, Maturity & Balance) person-centered planning model, Aggies Elevated students, along with invited family members and/or other stakeholders, will chart their own paths toward independence within an individualized framework of supports that identifies challenges, builds on individual strengths and encourages personal responsibility.