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The Mount is ‘college of distinction’

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The College of Mount Saint Vincent has yet again been recognized by the Colleges of Distinction. The Mount has a commitment to help undergraduates learn and succeed, according to the organization.

The distinction is founded on the premise that there are remarkable colleges in the country that offer unique strengths for its students.

The recognition is determined following an interview with the school regarding four areas of distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant community and successful outcomes.

In addition, the Mount received six category endorsements: Catholic, New York, business, education, nursing, career development.

Students make president list

This past summer four students from the greater Riverdale were honored with the president’s list from Southern New Hampshire University.

They are Jessie Kurth, Oliver Arias, Jeremy Feliz Delgado and John Dukarm.

Each student must be full-time and have a grade-point-average of 3.7.

SNHU also announced Cesille Gentle has been named on the university’s dean’s list for the summer of 2022.

To be awarded the title, A full-time student must earn 12 credits over each 16-week term or eight-week term grouped in fall, winter/spring, and summer.

Gentle earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.5 to 3.69 for the reporting term.

The Manchester, New Hampshire, university is a private, nonprofit institution that has educated students and working adults for 89 years.

With a total enrollment of 165,000, it offers approximately 200 accredited undergraduates and graduates degrees — including certificates. U.S. News & World Report recognize the campus as an innovative institution that is one of the fast-growing in the country.

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