The Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs recognizes the following students for their academic achievements:
APA Ohio Cleveland Section Student Award
To an outstanding mid-program MUPD student who is actively involved with CSU-APA.
APA Ohio Outstanding Student Engagement Award
Demonstrated outstanding engagement -- either in the classroom, the profession, student life, or other forms of involvement beyond conventional academic achievement.
APA Urban Planning and Development Outstanding Student Award
Recognizes outstanding attainment in the study of planning by students graduating from Planning Accreditation Board–accredited programs. (Formerly know as the AICP award.)
Environmental Studies Outstanding Student Award
Recognizes outstanding graduates of the MA in Environmental Studies program.
Howard I. Bruce Award
Presented annually to an Urban Studies Master’s student who most closely epitomizes the qualities of excellence, industriousness and personal integrity that characterized Howard I. Bruce.
Jerome S. Karaffa Prize
Presented annually to a non-traditional aged Levin College undergraduate student who has demonstrated a keen interest in, and commitment to urban preservation and who has achieved high academic ranking.
John C. Little Award
The School of Urban Affairs has presented the John C. Little award annually since 1977 to the undergraduate student who most closely “epitomizes the qualities of excellence, intellectual curiosity, and personal integrity that characterized John C. Little".
Nonprofit Administration and Leadership Outstanding Student Award
Recognizes outstanding graduates of the MNAL program.
Sylvester Murray Award
Presented annually to a Master of Public Administration student who has excelled academically, and who exhibits outstanding potential for future success.
Wallace G. Teare Prize
Presented annually to a graduating Levin School undergraduate or graduate student who exemplifies the professional ideals of Mr. Teare, a life-long advocate for quality housing for low-income and elderly people.