Flying High with Honors

More than 25 percent of the Globe University-Woodbury fall 2012 students graduated with honors and highest honors. To graduate with honors a student must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or above, and to graduate with highest honors a student must have a cumulative GPA of 4.0.

“Students work very hard to achieve an honors status both quarterly and for graduation,” said Brian Raiche, Dean of Students at Globe University-Woodbury. “It is the staff and faculty’s goal to support and encourage our students to be the best students they can be so they can work in their chosen career fields as soon as they graduate.”

List of Honors Graduates (2012):

  • Kevin Duellman – Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  • Ross Altendorfer – Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Sara Chavie – Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
  • Bradley Kruse – Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
  • Bryan Dykeman – Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Kyle Clark – Bachelor of Science in Health Fitness Specialist
  • Bernard Lansiquot – Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Jose Iturrino – Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology
  • Anil Thobani – Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology
  • Molly Steeber – Associate in Applied Science in Interactive Media and Graphic Design
  • Breann Erickson – Associate in Applied Science in Medical Administrative Assisting
  • Danielle Borowicz – Associate in Applied Science in Medical Assisting
  • Jerome Cassidy – Associate in Applied Science in Medical Assisting
  • Rachel Losen – Associate in Applied Science in Medical Assisting
  • Stephanie Mitchell – Diploma in Medical Assisting
  • Jessica Brazeau – Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology
  • Rebecca Corn – Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology

List of Highest Honors Graduates (2012):

  • Kelli Schmitz – Associate in Applied Science in Interactive Media and Graphic Design

In order to stress the importance of academic performance, Globe University also awards academic honor recognition quarterly to qualifying students. A student must achieve a quarterly grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or above to achieve the honors recognition, and a quarterly GPA of 4.0 to achieve highest honors. Globe University also recognizes students for perfect attendance. Twenty percent off books is awarded to students with perfect attendance.

List of Quarterly Highest Honor Students (2012):