This award has been created to acknowledge and reward student achievement. Students are often involved in a variety of co-curricular activities which can set them aside from other graduates when applying for jobs. The Royal Holloway Passport gives the opportunity for students to gain points for this award in many ways, one of which is by volunteering through Community Action. Volunteering hours for this award are recorded by students and then submitted by Community Acrtion so that students can get the recognition they deserve.
The volunteering points scheme is; one hour = one point. Volunteering hours are carried over from year to year throughout your degree. Gold hours are attributed to volunteers involved with leadership roles such as Community Action team members.