Jonathan Bender achieves Academic Honors in Adult Degree and Continuing Studies at Saint Francis University
LORETTO – Jonathan Bender of Mohrsville achieved Academic Honors in Adult Degree and Continuing Studies at Saint Francis University for the 2017-2018 academic year. Jonathan is pursuing a degree in Organizational Leadership.
To be eligible for this recognition, students must meet the following criteria:
- A minimum of 15 credits must be completed between September 1 of one year and August 31 of the following year, with a quality point average of at least 3.500.
- Part-time (fewer than 12 credits per semester) undergraduate student status must be maintained throughout the one-year period.
ADCS gives you the option of completing some degrees entirely online, or taking evening/weekend classes in Cambria, Blair, and Centre counties.
Learn more about the Adult Degree & Continuing Studies program at Saint Francis University https://www.francis.edu/adcs/
2017 Graduate Interns at Susquehanna University with Dr. Holt, Science Department
SELINSGROVE – Christina Rudderow of Fleetwood served an internship this summer at Susquehanna University with Dr. Holt, Science Department.
Marissa Guidara Graduates from Valdosta State University
Marissa Guidara of Reading has earned the Master of Library and Information Science from Valdosta State University.
Guidara was among more than 530 undergraduate and graduate students who completed the requirements for their respective degrees during the Summer 2018 semester.
“Graduation is a defining moment in every student’s life,” said Dr. Richard A. Carvajal, president of VSU. “We are excited to pay tribute to the outstanding efforts of our summer graduates and celebrate education as the foundation upon which success is built. These students have had to overcome any number of challenges to reach this point in their life’s journey. It is that very perseverance that protects and nurtures Blazer Nation’s 100-plus-year-old tradition of academic, creative, athletic, research, and service excellence. This celebration is not an ending but the beginning of many great things to come.”