Colleges across the country are recognizing students from West Milford Township High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from West Milford Township High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from West Milford Township High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from West Milford Township High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
Nearly 500 students celebrated their academic success and achievements during Lebanon Valley College's 149th Commencement Saturday, May 12, in Louis A. Sorrentino Gymnasium.
Forty eight seniors were recognized for community service efforts during a ceremony at SUNY Oneonta's Alumni Hall Theater last week. The event, which was held May 11, was hosted by the Center for Social Responsibility and Community and was a celebration of seniors who volunteered 350 hours or more during their time at SUNY Oneonta. This year's senior class had 589 seniors who logged 60,517 hours of service in their four years.
More than 200 SUNY Oneonta students were selected to present at the 2018 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC), hosted by SUNY Oneonta on April 20. Students from 28 SUNY colleges and universities presented 179 research projects in two poster sessions, and another 100 projects in oral presentations throughout the day. Every spring, SURC brings together undergraduate researchers and faculty mentors for two daylong programs of presentations, performances, art displays and poster sessions held on two separate campuses. The second SURC event was April 21, at Monroe Community College in Rochester.
The Lasell Bowl is awarded annually to students for their outstanding contributions to campus life at Lasell College.
SUNY Oneonta recognized more than 50 outstanding students during an Academic Achievement Awards reception on May 3. One to three students were chosen from each of the college's academic departments and programs to receive the 2018 Academic Achievement Awards. Each student selected one faculty guest to accompany them to the recognition event. In addition to their excellent work in the classroom, students were honored for distinguishing themselves in many ways, including research, activism, mentoring, athletics, involvement in campus activities and volunteerism.
Lebanon Valley College held its 69th Annual All-Sports Reception on Sunday evening, April 29 at Sorrentino Gymnasium, awarding year-end accolades and team MVP honors as LVC's senior student-athletes were recognized for their achievements.
As first-year students embark on their college experience, they will all take part in Loyola's living learning program, Messina. The common text for Messina is Just Mercy, by Bryan Stevenson. The book, a compelling first-hand account of a lawyer who defends the poor and wrongly condemned, speaks to the inequality in the justice system.
Best of the Crest is an awards ceremony held annually to recognize Cedar Crest College student leaders. These students excel out of the classroom through leadership opportunities, clubs, and organizations. Jaime Matson earned the Admissions Rising Star Award. This award is given to the Admissions Ambassador or Ambassador Reserve member who has demonstrated promising leadership potential through significant contributions to the Office of Admissions. This student has sought out opportunities to unleash her own potential and develop her skills with the intent to enhance her impact on prospective students and their families.
Lebanon Valley College students will showcase their musical talents during recitals on campus this spring. Recitals feature a variety of instruments and vocal performances.
Lebanon Valley College is pleased to announce that the following students have been accepted for admission at The Valley.
Elizabethtown has named 198 students to the College Honors Program. Since its establishment in 1999, the Elizabethtown College Honors Program aims to provide students who have excelled both in academic and extracurricular activities with enhanced learning opportunities. Those selected to participate in the program are encouraged to maintain high standards of scholarship, leadership and service worthy of their intellectual promise and demonstrate initiative.
Many Eastern Connecticut State University students participate in Eastern's clubs during the academic year. The student club programs range from social to educational, physical to spiritual, and civic engagement programs that benefit and enrich the Eastern community.
Students will be traveling to Wroxton College, FDU's first international campus, located in Oxfordshire, England, for the Fall 2014 semester.