The Ferris State University Bulldog Athletics Hall of Fame, which inducted its Charter Class in 2000, was established to honor those student-athletes and coaches who have distinguished themselves in their sport or honorary members who made truly exceptional contributions to Ferris athletics.
Bulldog Athletics Hall of Fame Selection Criteria
To be nominated for the Ferris State University Athletics Hall of Fame, the nominee must be a former Ferris State student, faculty or staff member, coach, or administrator.
The nominating criteria for the Ferris State Athletics Hall of Fame is as follows:
- Nominees must be departed from FSU for at least 10 years.
- Nominees must have earned at least one varsity letter and must have distinguished themselves by exemplary performance in the field of athletics.
- Secondary consideration is given for the performance of meritorious service in behalf of Ferris State Athletics after leaving FSU, or a singular contribution to FSU's Athletics program.
- Nominees must have demonstrated good citizenship and conducted exemplary professional/occupational careers which reflect credit on the individual and Ferris State University.