Coins are given by an organization/unit/team leader to award members who perform their duties extremely well and/or who go above and beyond in their service of others. Bestowing a coin as recognition for excellent performance or service is both an honor for the leader and the coin recipient. Coins can both foster close-knit, lasting bonds between people who receive them and advance a culture of excellence, respect, dignity, and service.
Do you want to be a part of Ramapo history?
The Office of the President is hosting a Presidential Coin Design Contest. Submissions will be narrowed down to three finalists based on voting by the Ramapo community. The selected design will be revealed at the start of the spring 2022 semester.
How to participate in the Coin Design Contest:
Submit an individual or group design for Ramapo College’s inaugural presidential coin. Share with us your Roadrunner spirit, talent and creativity and submit your design. Designs will be accepted throughout the fall 2021 semester.
Description of a Coin:
Coins are small, metal coins that fit in the palm of your hand. Each coin has a unique design that belongs to the organization it represents. A coin’s face can be filled with images, words, and symbols that represent the organization. Coins are double sided, typically with different designs on each side. They can have colored enamel painted into the etching, depending on the unique design.
For additional information or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.