Aaron O. Hoff Award is Service Above Self Award, presented to those “who best exemplify the qualities of caring and concern for others in service activities.” Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities, the Aaron O. Hoff Awards are named in honor of one of Lafayette’s first students, who blew the horn that summoned Lafayette’s first 43 students and three teachers to class in 1832. A member of the Class of 1836, Hoff was the first African American student to attend the college.

2010       Society Environmental Engineer Scientists
2001       Sandy Doyle ’01