Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Dover Area High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Dover Area High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Dover Area High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Dover Area High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Lebanon Valley College is pleased to announce that the following students have been accepted for admission at The Valley.
The Cedar Crest College Lutz Center for Community Service is a student run office providing individuals and campus groups with opportunities to participate in on-going service projects such as after school tutoring programs and nursing home visits. In addition, campus members can participate in a variety of one-time events such as blood drtives, helping at an animal shelter, and restocking at the local food bank. The Lutz Center for Community Service staff work to recruit, orient, reflect with and recognize volunteers through the development, facilitation and assessment of one-time and weekly programs with local community agencies and organizations. 2017-18 Lutz Center for Community Service student staff members are: Leslie Cano, Haley Smith, Adaliz Gonzalez, Lea Feldman, Grace Dougherty, Jamillexe Soto, Corina Peguero, Martha Arredondo, Michelle Reyes, Abagail Billig, Elizabeth Thompson, Kelsey Kehm, Sherlee Velazquez, Madeline Kortze.
More than 80 Lebanon Valley College students completed Brave Zone Network Training during the past academic year. The Brave Zone Network trains students, faculty, and staff with the goal of creating an on-campus network of allies and members of the LGBT+ community.
Lebanon Valley College recognized more than 200 student-athletes who competed for the Flying Dutchmen during the spring sports season.
Lebanon Valley College's Student Government is tasked with fostering understanding, communication, and cooperation among students, faculty, and administrators.
Kutztown University has conferred degrees on more than 1,200 students during the winter and spring semesters. Kutztown University announces degree conferment twice a year, once in the winter and once in the summer. Commencement exercises are held in May and December; however, students finish their requirements for graduation throughout the entire year. The cumulative grade point average necessary for honor distinction is: with honor (cum laude) 3.40; with high honor (magna cum laude) 3.60 and with highest honor (summa cum laude) 3.80. The following students have been awarded degrees since the summer 2016 announcement. Students who have requested privacy (FERPA) are not listed publicly.
Lebanon Valley College welcomed 27 new students to its Kappa Delta Pi honor society in April, as part of Inquiry 2017. Education students are eligible for membership in Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society in education.
Lebanon Valley College honors the 94 students who received the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges award.
Twelve Lebanon Valley College psychology students co-authored research on multiple projects that was presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference in Boston, Mass. this spring.
Lebanon Valley College's Wig and Buckle Theater Company will begin its 81st season with a production of Cole Porter's 1948 musical "Kiss Me Kate." Since 1935, Wig and Buckle has performed musicals and plays for the enjoyment of LVC students and members of surrounding communities.
Emergent Scholars at Elizabethtown College have attained at least a 3.75 cumulative grade point average at the end of their first three semesters. Qualified for the honor are full-time students who have not previously attended another college or university for full-time study and have earned at least 42 credits in the three consecutive semesters as a student at Elizabethtown College or one of its affiliated programs. The following have earned Emergent Scholar honors:
Twenty-two Lebanon Valley College students are spending the fall 2015 semester studying away as part of the College's study abroad program, which includes 12 foreign countries and two stateside internship opportunities.
Albright College students will present their work at the 2015 National Conference on Undergraduate Research, held at at Eastern Washington University.