PACE In Action

 

PACE 2019 Election

PACE is always looking for energetic individuals to help shape the direction of PACE.

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Wolverine Sighting Award

The Wolverine Sighting Award is an employee recognition award sponsored by PACE, UVU's Professional Association of Campus Employees. The award seeks to recognize staff members who support student success, foster a culture of professionalism and excellence, benefit the UVU community, or promote opportunities for diversity in their approach to service at UVU.

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Distinguished Employee Award

Full-time and part-time employees of Utah Valley University are recognized for exceptional performance through the PACE Distinguished Employee Award program. Through these awards, exceptional UVU employees are acknowledged by their peers to be outstanding in their professions and to embody exemplary character traits and work ethics.

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PACE Awards

School spirit

Wolverine Pride

Wolverine Pride is a program initiated by employees of UVU, for the employees of UVU, to promote school pride and spirit among employees, especially faculty and staff. This elevation of school pride is accomplished through activities, communication, and spirit building. The program provides incentives and coordinates with students, faculty, departments, and administration to promote and increase employee attendance at athletic events, events from the school of the arts, and other university-sponsored events.

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PACE Wolverine Club

The PACE Wolverine Club is a way to show your school spirit by contributing to the PACE Student Scholarship and receive some benefits in return. 

PACE Wolverine Club Members Receive the Following Benefits:

  • Membership Card
  • Official UVU PACE Wolverine Club Polo
  • Invitation to Wolverine Club Events
  • PACE Wolverine Club “Employee Appreciation” Events (2 Per Year)
  • Priority Access To Season Tickets And Post-Season Tickets (Subject To Availability)
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Future Additional Incentives (Arts Tickets, Food, Entertainment, etc.)
  • Wolverine Club Benefit Level Match

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PACE Scholarship

The PACE Scholarship is a one time award available to juniors (60 credits) in a bachelor degree-seeking program with a 3.0 GPA. The students must be Utah residents and must have attended the two previous semesters with at least 6 credit hours.

The scholarship requires a Letter of Recommendation from a full-time staff member (not faculty) at Utah Valley University and a one page essay. The essay will be judged based on campus engagement, academic aspiration, and financial need.

The applications, letters of recommendation, and essays will be read and scored by the PACE Service and Scholarship Committee. Students who are returning to school after an absence are especially encouraged to apply.

PACE Members are encouraged to invite students to apply for the scholarship. Students can apply online through the scholarship application (see http://www.uvu.edu/financialaid/scholarships/).

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UHESA Bring a Friend to Finish (BFF)

Higher Ed staff in Utah are taking action to increase completion among our friends who have "some college, no degree". Higher Ed staff facilitate degree completion every day. From custodial staff to enrollment specialists, we know the connections students need to succeed. We are talking to our friends and we invite you to join us!

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Goodwill Association

The Goodwill Association is 100% funded by staff and faculty donations with the primary purpose of enhancing employee relations by maintaining a caring atmosphere at Utah Valley University.

Employees working at the Utah Technical College created the Goodwill Association over 40 years ago. At that time, Goodwill recognized employee life events such as weddings, baby showers, and retirement --as well as, hospital stays and bereavement. As the college employee population grew, recognition of employee life events became a greater challenge.

Today, Goodwill sends get well wishes to UVU employees who experience hospital stays or who have experienced the loss of a family member. That special Goodwill touch tells UVU employees that someone cares. Currently there are 714 Goodwill members/supporters.

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