With another successful quarter behind us, Globe University-Madison West recognizes the following students who went above and beyond to achieve high honors and honors status for the Fall 2013 quarter.
Achieving honors is more than just your name on a list. When added to your resume, it could make the difference in getting that interview and landing a job in your chosen career. Using it as a talking point during an interview is invaluable as Vic Wipperfurth, dean of students, explains.
“Landing on the honor roll is something that can be a great talking point on your cover letter or backstory in your interview,” Vic shared. “A student is able to state all the commitments he or she has that isn’t just school related while showing that they can earn honors in their classes.”
“To achieve honors means a great deal to me,” shared Kaylee Nieuwenhuis, student in the medical assistant program. “I study and work very hard on my education and to see my name on the honor roll list gives me a great sense of accomplishment. Other than my grades, it is a visual validation of my successes. I am very proud of my honor status and know that my family is too!”
|High Honors (4.0)