Many area resident families have students attending colleges and universities across the county and many are doing extremely well. We salute Delaware County’s achieving students and share their accomplishments.

Kady Lynn Evans, of Glenolden, was named to Greensboro College’s Dean’s List. To qualify, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade-point average while having taken at least half of his/her course credit hours at Greensboro College’s main campus.

Greensboro is a liberal arts school in the traditions of the United Methodist Church.

Founded in 1838 in downtown Greensboro, NC, the college enrolls about 1,000 students from 29 states and territories, the District of Columbia, and seven foreign countries in its undergraduate liberal-arts program and four master’s degree programs.

Several among 1,400 named at York College 

To be eligible, students must be registered for at least 12 academic credit hours and earn a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher. The students are:

Amanda Allen, Upper Chichester, a junior Early Elementary/Special Education major; Katherine Burk, Media, a sophomore Nursing major; Emily Glatts, Brookhaven, a sophomore Sport Management major; Kaitlyn Maloney, Aston, a junior Early Elementary Education major; Ronald Stevenson, Upper Chichester, a sophomore Computer Science major; Erin Thomas, Aston, a sophomore Mathematics major; and Corey Williams, Garnet Valley, a senior Accounting major.

In south central Pennsylvania, York offers more than 50 majors in professional programs, the sciences and humanities to its 4,600 undergraduate students. The college also offers master’s programs in business, education and nursing, and a doctorate in nursing practice.

Lehigh University’s Dean’s List announced

To be eligible, students must earn a scholastic average of 3.6 or better while carrying at least 12 hours of regularly graded courses. The students are:

Caleb Bettner, Upper Chichester; Rachel Lambert, Media; Jeffrey Shanfeldt, Garnet Valley; Colin Smith, Rose Valley; and Anjela Yates, Lansdowne.

Lehigh University, through four colleges, enrolls 7,000 students and promotes interdisciplinary programs with real-world experience.

James Madison University announces its list

Five students have been named to the Harrisonburg, VA school’s list. They are:

Rachel Muetterties, Media, and accounting major; Adrienne Muetterties, Media, a biology major; Peter Christie, Media, an integrated science and technology major; Rachel Hess, Media, a social work major; and Brendan Armani, Garnet Valley, a statistics major.

At Mansfield University…

Ryan Smalley, of Lansdowne, has been named to the Dean’s List at Mansfield University.

To be named, a student must attend the university full-time and attain at least a 3.5 QPA for the semester.

Mansfield is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE).

At the University of Vermont….

To be eligible, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class in their respective college or school.

Area students named include:

Daniel Murphy, Media, a Public Communication major; Dylan Butera, Swarthmore, also a Public Communication major; Jennifer Davidson, Media, a Neuroscience major; Collin Graf, Garnet Valley, a Computer Science major; and Samantha Lucas, Media, a Business Administration major.

Chartered in 1791, UVM was the first college or university in the United States that did not give preference to a religious sect in its charter. UVM now has 10,081 undergraduates in seven schools and colleges, 1,360 graduate students and 457 medical students.

Lebanon Valley College posts list

Dean’s List students must maintain a GPA of at least 3.4 out of 4.0. Local students who made the list include:

Alexandra Roberts, Brookhaven, a graduate of Woodlynde School, is majoring in early childhood education and special education; and Aston residents and Sun Valley High graduates Kevin Griffith, Rachel Foster and Tyler Hastings.

Griffin is majoring in health science; Foster is majoring in actuarial science; and Hastings is majoring in exercise science.

LVC in Annville, PA, has 1,573 full-time undergraduates studying more than 30 majors. Founded in 1866, LVC has graduate programs in athletic training, physical therapy, business, music education, and science education..

Annville is 15 minutes east of Hershey and 35 minutes east of Harrisburg; Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore are within two hours.

At Clarion University….

Area students named to the list at Clarion University of Pennsylvania must be enrolled full time and earn a semester GPA of 3.5. Local students include:

Xavier Garibay, Brookhaven; Isaac Ajiboye, Glenolden; and Siriluk Geytenbeek, Garnet Valley.

At Belmont University….

Shannon McCarren, Media, held a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C to qualify for the Dean’s List.

Approximately 30 percent of Belmont’s 7,400 students qualified for the Fall 2015 Dean’s List.

Belmont ranked No. 5 in the Regional Universities South category and named as a “Most Innovative” university by U.S. News & World Report.

Founded in 1890, its students come from every state and more than 25 countries for more than 80 areas of undergraduate study, 22 master’s programs and five doctoral degrees.

At Bob Jones University…

Tiffany Radle, Media, a junior Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major, was among approximately 480 students named to the Fall 2015 President’s List. This list recognizes students who earn a 3.75 or higher GPA.

Located in Greenville, SC, the university is a Biblically faithful, Christian liberal arts school offering a blend of academic programs, discipleship, and character and leadership development with over 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in religion, education, fine arts and communication, arts and science, and business.

BJU has nearly 3,000 students from nearly every state and more than 40 countries.

Cedar Crest names list

Cedar Crest College named more than 150 students to its Dean’s List.  Local students include: Allyson Hambridge of Glendolden; and Sara Kleinert, of Eddystone.

Eligible are full-time matriculated students with a semester average of at least 3.650 on the basis of at least 12 credits.

Appointment to the Dean’s List is made when:

In Allentown, PA, Cedar Crest College was selected as a “Top Regional College” and “Best Value” in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges rankings from 2012-2016 and “Best College for Veterans” in 2015 and 2016.

Founded in 1867, Cedar Crest currently enrolls approximately 1,500 students full-time, part-time and graduates in more than 30 fields of study.

At the University of Scranton 

Local residents were among more than 1,550 students named to this school’s Dean’s List. To qualify, students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours. The students are:

Nailah Harvey, of Darby, a sophomore biology major; Katherine Feehery, of Media, a sophomore health administration major; Katie Plucker, of Upper Chichester, a junior early and primary teacher education major; Emily Kotchick, of Media, a senior nursing major; and Megan Tierney, of Garnet Valley, a senior middle level teacher education major.

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit school in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Millersville announces its Dean’s List

More than 1,500 students have been named to Millersville University of Pennsylvania’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2015 semester. Local students include:

From Aston: Kevin Clark, Jason Iyobhebhe, Kayla Keir, and Ryan Piselli; from Brookhaven: Shawn Jones and Ciera Lovell; from Darby: Teonta Aviles; from Garnet Valley: Danielle Elliot, Troy Everly, Angela Neef, and Joseph Receveur.

From Glenolden: Amy Harris; from Marcus Hook: Grace Scavicchio; from Media: Taylor Fell, Jacob Grover, James Morris, Nicole Nuyannes and Robert Erin.

From Swarthmore: Patrick Grant and Amanda Pezick.

Millersville University is a public university in northeast Pennsylvania. Founded in 1855 as the first Normal School in the state, Millersville is one of 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.

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