OATYC Teacher of the Year Nomination Form

OATYCOnline nominations for the Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges Teacher of the Year Award are now being accepted for full time and adjunct faculty. The OATYC confers these two awards each year from a pool of nominees representing two-year institutions all across Ohio. Two award winners are drawn from the nominees and are given a plaque and modest honorarium at the OATYC Conference in October. Nominations, including self-nominations and multiple nominations, must be made by February 1.

Please fill out the form below and the nominee will be contacted for more information.

 

 

OATYC Teacher of the Year Nomination Form



Please provide 3 reasons this person should be considered for the OATYC Teacher of the Year Award. (**You must provide three reasons.)
 
 
 
 
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