Student Leader Award: Event of the Year

May 19, 2006
For the MIT/Harvard Dance Party

GSC Horton Award

May 6, 2006
For fostering fellowship in the graduate student body

RLP Legacy Award

May 13, 2005
The Residential Life Programs Legacy Award for initiating a program or project that will have a lasting, positive influence on the residence community

Best New Service Project Award

May 14, 2004
Presented to The Sidney-Pacific Outreach Committee for their March series of tax preparation workshops for MIT students and Cambridge residents

City of Cambridge Commendation Letter

February 23, 2004
For the Outreach Committee's tax workshops and Superkids mentoring program

NAGPS Program Award

November 5-9, 2003
Sidney-Pacific Graduate Community received a national program award for exemplary graduate and professional student programs, at the National Conference of the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students, held on November 5-9, 2003 at Washington, D.C.<br>Some excerpts from the citation read at the Awards ceremony:<br><i>Sidney-Pacific is a one-of-a-kind residence-based student government in the whole country which combines resident advocacy, informal faculty-student interactions and social and community events. Established only in 2002, it is a significant accomplishment that this government has reached a level of maturity in dynamic that even established graduate student associations aspire for. With 700 members in this community run by over 50 officers, the Sidney-Pacific Graduate Community serves as a model for many Universities to establish their graduate student associations along their efforts.</i>

RLP Outstanding Dorm Government Award

May 16, 2003
Presented by the Residential Life Program to the Sidney-Pacific Executive Council for the establishment and promotion of a strong community within a residence and a presence in the MIT residential community

City of Cambridge Commendation Letter

October 7, 2002
For the Zipbikes program

Johnson Games: First Place Team

September 28, 2002