Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, Central Pennsylvania’s preeminent institution for the health care field, today announced Dean’s List honorees for the 2019 fall semester with 329 students recognized out of the College’s total enrollment. Additionally, 71 students were named to the President’s List.
To attain Dean’s List honors, students need to obtain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the semester. The President’s List is a new distinction that recognizes a competitive group of students who maintain a 3.95 grade point average or higher. Both require enrollment of at least nine credits.
“We’re proud to recognize the hard work and dedication of our students to becoming the best they can be,” said Dr. Mary Grace Simcox, President of Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. “We set a high bar with the aim of developing the best health care professionals and leaders in our community, and it’s incredible to see students rise to meet that standard.”