Each year the Supreme Council recognizes councils that meet and exceed their membership and insurance quotas, while also conducting well rounded programs. These councils are awarded the Star Council Award. For a college council to earn the Star Council Award is particularly noteworthy because the shortness of the college council fraternal year. This past fraternal year a record 35 U.S.-based college councils earned the star council award.
The following councils earned 100 percent of their membership and insurance quotas, and conducted 4 programs in each of the Surge With Service program categories and earned the Star Council Award.
Providence College Council 5787 in Rhode Island
Gonzaga University Council 12583 in Washington State
University of Nebraska, Lincoln Council 13015
The George Washington University Council 13242 in Washington, D.C.
The University of Florida Council 13900
The University of Northern Iowa Council 14987
Oregon State University Council 16145
Wright State University Council 16425 in Ohio
Western Michigan University Council 16628
University of North Dakota Council 10829
James Madison University Council 9286 in Virginia
University of South Dakota Council 16457
North Dakota State University Council 9126
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Council 7682
University of Arkansas Council 7787
Wichita State University Council 14799
University of Houston Council 15105
South Dakota State University Council 15457
and John Paul the Great Catholic University Council 16034 in California
Double Star winners have achieved 200 percent of their net membership goal in addition to completing the requirements for Star Council.
Mount St. Mary’s Seminary Council 16164 in Ohio
University of St. Thomas Council 11949 in Minnesota
Georgia Institute of Technology Council 14496
Vanderbilt University Council 15020 in Tennessee
Benedictine College Council 4708 in Kansas
and University of Kansas Council 10204
The Triple Star Council Award show a remarkable commitment to membership by achieving 300 percent of their net membership goal and council activity.
Southern Methodist University Council 15852 in Texas
University of Maryland Council 13295
University of Wisconsin, Madison Council 6568
Mt. St. Angel Seminary Council 15595 in Oregon
and the University of Oklahoma Council 16367
This year, two councils that reached over 400 percent of their membership quota and achieved distinction of a Four Star Council.
New Mexico State University Council 16465
And the University of Alabama Council 16400
There were also two councils this past fraternal year that reached 500 percent of their membership quota and achieved recognition as a Five Star Council.
University of Mary Council 16402 in North Dakota
and University of Louisiana, Lafayette Council 14542
Finally, one council reached over 600 percent of its membership quota and achieved the rare distinction of a Six Star Council.
Lamar University Council 16464 in Texas