New Jersey Students Receive Honors at Cabrini University
RADNOR, Pa. (Grassroots Newswire) July 30, 2020 - The following local students earned academic honors from Cabrini University for the spring 2020 semester:
* Alyssa Jankowski of Bellmawr (08031) was named to the President's List.
* Steven Priest of Paulsboro (08066) was named to the Dean's List.
* Brendan Cimorelli of West Deptford (08086) was named to the Dean's List.
* Jamie Cesaro of Westville (08093) was named to the President's List.
* Lauren Buck of Woodbury (08096) was named to the President's List.
Dean's List recipients have achieved a GPA of 3.5-3.89 for coursework completed at Cabrini University with a minimum of 12 credits. President's List recipients have achieved a GPA of 3.9 or higher for coursework completed at Cabrini University with a minimum of 12 credits.
For more information on Cabrini University, visit cabrini.edu.
About Cabrini University
Founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Cabrini University is a Catholic institution that empowers students to become advocates of social change through an Education of the Heart, focusing on academic excellence, community engagement, and leadership development.
Pennsville Resident Earns Degree from WGU
SALT LAKE CITY (Grassroots Newswire) July 30, 2020 - Elizabeth Poeta of Pennsville, N.J. (08070) has earned a Bachelor of Science, Nursing degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university has graduated over 190,000 students from across the country since its inception in 1997.
WGU has recognized 7,734 undergraduate and 5,254 graduate degree recipients who have completed their degrees since April 1, 2020. Their areas of study include business, K-12 education, information technology, and health professions, including nursing. The average time to graduation for those earning a bachelor's degree was 2 years, 3 months, while the average time to degree for graduate programs was 1 year, 5 months. The average age for those who graduated is 37 years old.
WGU pioneered competency-based education, which measures learning rather than time spent in class. Designed to meet the needs of working adults, students study and learn on their own schedules with individualized, one-to-one faculty support. They complete courses as soon as they demonstrate that they have mastered the subject matter; allowing them to move quickly through material they already know so they can allocate time for what they still need to learn. As a result, many WGU students are able to accelerate their studies, saving both time and money. This model has also served students especially well amid the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing them to continue their programs successfully.