Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Schuylkill County College Students Named to Alvernia University's Dean's List


Alvernia University has named the Schuylkill County college students that have been named to the Fall 2022 Semester Dean's List.

"Congratulations to these dedicated and hard-working students for getting the most out of the classroom and experiential learning experiences at Alvernia. Their hard work and academic achievement on top of their other personal, academic and professional responsibilities are to be applauded," said Alvernia University President John R. Loyack. "I cannot wait to see the academic achievements they continue to accomplish in the 2023 spring semester."

To be eligible for the Dean's List, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credits. 

"Each and every one of the students on this list should be commended for their commitment to their academic excellence and to themselves as they continue to grow personally and professionally while following their passions," said Alvernia University Senior Vice President and Provost Glynis Fitzgerald.
  • Brittany Culbert of Pottsville, Criminal Justice major
  • Alisyn Zimmerman of Pottsville, Education: PRE-K-4 major
  • Oluwatobiloba Somori of Pottsville, Economics major minoring in Data Science
  • Angel Venszl of Pottsville, Biology major
  • Emily Adams of Pottsville, Biology & Physical Therapy major
  • Jena Reilly of Pottsville, Applied Science major
  • Kirstein Chattin of Pottsville, Applied Science major
  • Jennifer Deeter of Ashland, Management major
  • Katherine Dimmick of Ashland, Occupational Therapy major
  • Grace Kessler of Ashland, Applied Science major
  • Ashlyn Herring of Brockton, PK4 Special Ed PK12 major
  • Lexus Jordan of Hegins, Occupational Therapy major
  • Ashley Mattern of Hegins, Forensic Science & Chemistry major
  • Morgan Harig-Cook of Llewellyn, Biology major
  • Jordan Karmonick of Mahanoy City, Nursing major
  • Kerra Dempsey of Middleport, Applied Science major
  • Caitlyn Herndon of Minersville, Applied Science major
  • Abby Fiorilla of New Ringgold, Occupational Therapy major
  • Olivia Eckroth of New Ringgold, Criminal Justice major
  • Sarah Costa of Orwigsburg, Accounting major
  • Alice Felty of Pine Grove, Education: PK4 SpEd PK12 major
  • McKenna Lengle of Pine Grove, Occupational Therapy major
  • Tiffany Kohr of Pine Grove, ED: PRE K-4 major
  • Joelle Bretz of Pine Grove, ED: PRE K-4 major
  • Karissa Morgan of Pine Grove, Nursing major minoring in Biology
  • Kierstyn Strausser of Port Carbon, Applied Science major
  • Makenna Burke of Saint Clair, Nursing major
  • Rebecca Donton of Schuylkill Haven, Education: PRE K-4 major
  • Tanya Cartwright of Schuylkill Haven, Addictions Mental Health major
  • Leah Garrett of Schuylkill Haven, Addictions & Mental Health major
  • Kyle Beveridge of Schuylkill Haven, Social Work major
  • Michael McGoey of Schuylkill Haven, Engineering major
  • Tara Culbert of Schuylkill Haven, Healthcare Admin major
  • Mahzee Zerbe of Tremont, Education: PreK4 Special Ed major
  • Ashley Thompson of Tremont, Education: PK4 Special Ed PK12 major
  • Kristen Berger of Tremont, Human Resource Management major
  • Madison Denchy of Barnesville, Occupational Therapy major minoring in Psychology
  • Christina Walko of McAdoo, Biology major
  • April Gerber of Tamaqua, Healthcare Admin major
  • Brittany Fryer of Tamaqua, ED: PRE K-4 major
  • Claire Lewis of Tamaqua, Management major
  • Sabrina Pratt of Tamaqua, Applied Science major
Alvernia University is a Catholic comprehensive university with a liberal arts foundation founded by the Bernardine Franciscan Sisters in 1958. The university serves over 3,000 students in Reading, Pottsville and Philadelphia with a unique blend of rigorous liberal arts education, strong technical training in many high demand majors, ever-expanding experiential learning opportunities through study abroad and internship experiences and community engagement through its Franciscan-based community service model.

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