Menlo College Named NAIA Five Star Champions of Character Institution for 10th Consecutive Year

KANSAS CITY, MO. — As recently announced by the NAIA, for the 10th consecutive year, Menlo College has been named a Five Star NAIA Champions of Character Institution.  Not only were the Oaks recognized, but were given a Gold rating, scoring a perfect 100 on their Champions of Character Scorecard.  Menlo College was one of 181 institutions to earn the Five Star status, and one of just 121 to receive a Gold Rating.  

The Champions of Character Scorecard measures a commitment to character training, academic focus, character promotion, conduct in competition, and character recognition on a scale of 0-100 points. Award levels are based on the number of points earned: gold (90-100 points), silver (75-89 points) and bronze (60-74 points).  Having won the award for 10 consecutive seasons, Menlo College has become one of the NAIA’s most esteemed institutions in all of these areas.  

This recognition reflects the incredible hard work of the Menlo College Student-Athletes, Coaches, and all Menlo College Staff and Faculty who have created a culture of all-around excellence on campus.