Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, central Pennsylvania’s preeminent educational institution for the health care field, today announced that 333 students were named to the Dean’s List and 67 were named to the President’s List.
To attain Dean’s List honors, students need to obtain a grade point average of 3.50 or higher during the semester. The President’s List recognizes students who maintain a 3.95 grade point average or higher during the semester.
“Leading the next generation of the healthcare workforce at PA College is work I am incredibly proud of, but it wouldn’t be worth much without the hard work of our students,” said Dr. Mary Grace Simcox, president of Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. “It’s with great honor that I recognize and highlight their academic achievement and commitment to their respective degrees each semester.”
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is dedicated to developing elite medical professionals equipped to navigate the changing landscape of health care and improve patient outcomes. The College’s rigorous curriculum prepares students for a variety of health care settings and roles, and for working collaboratively across disciplines to foster a holistic approach to care.