Sacred Heart University has just released their spring 2013 dean’s list. Congratulations to the students on their accomplishments! Read on to learn about their experiences at the university. This year, the dean’s list includes students Hannah Robinson, Jacqueline Champoux, Stephanie Whitten, and more! Here’s a look at some of the highlights from the list. We’ll also talk about how these students managed to stand out among the hundreds of other applicants.
The college that influenced Hannah Robinson, known as Psychiana, is no longer in existence. In its place is a new school, sacred heart university. Psychiana’s first president, Frank B. Robinson, is listed on the dean’s list of the school. Psychiana began as a correspondence school that served the Byzantine Catholic community. Hannah Robinson studied there from 1915 to 1918. In a 1948 Psychiana information bulletin, Robinson received an honorary doctorate degree from Reed College in San Francisco.
The school has recently announced the names of its students who made the Dean’s List for the spring semester. This honor is given to undergraduates who achieve an overall grade point average of 3.6 or higher. To be considered, students must have completed at least 12 undergraduate graded hours during a semester. Students who restrict their directories should contact the Registrar’s Office for further information. There is also a list of students who did not make the list.
Other notable graduates include Benjamin Dow, Angela Demaio, and David Goodrich. Other graduates from Sacred Heart University include Jessica Lajoie, Nicholas Caiafa, and Thomas Rozek. In addition to Hannah Robinson, the school also named three others to its dean’s list: Christina Ellis, Brittany Toscano, and Angela Demaio. In addition to Robinson, other notable graduates include Felishia LaPointe, Elizabeth Barton, and Michael R. Patterson.
Jacqueline Champoux is a Wilmington High School graduate and a senior at Sacred Heart University, where she’s double majoring in Advertising & Public Relations and Media Arts & Journalism. She’s particularly interested in the fields of Digital Marketing and TV & Film. Outside of the classroom, Champoux is involved with Student Government and the Chi Omega Sorority. She hopes to work in Public Relations as a professional after graduating in May 2022.
A Sacred Heart University graduate has made the dean’s list for the 2012 spring semester. Students on the list earned a 3.6 grade point average or higher. Congratulations, Stephanie! Listed below are some other notable graduates from the university. This year, the school’s student body consists of over 1,500 students and is one of the fastest-growing in the country. Founded in 1891, Sacred Heart University offers over 80 programs.