La Roche College Names 7 Virgin Islands Students to Dean’s List

La Roche College, in Pittsburgh, Penn., has announced that seven students from the Virgin Islands were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2016 semester. In all, 378 students were named to the list.
The Dean’s List recognizes the academic excellence of full-time students who have completed a minimum of 12 credits and earned a QPA of 3.5 or higher. Part-time students are eligible at the completion of each spring semester if requirements have been met during the course of the academic year. The following students were named to the spring 2016 list:
Frederiksted
Nuh J. Hamilton, information technology major
Kingshill
Amishah J.K. Freeman, marketing management major
Coya G. William, health science major
Ernest N. William Jr., information technology major
St. Croix
O’Kerah N. Peterson, health science major
St. Thomas
Lakeem J. Duporte, information technology major
Denzel M. Laurent, psychology major
A private liberal arts college in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, La Roche College offers more than 50 undergraduate majors, six graduate degree programs and one doctorate program, with particular strengths in education, business, criminal justice, psychology, and health and medical sciences as well as interior design and graphic design.
This residential college provides a vibrant campus community for more than 1,400 men and women enjoying 30-plus student organizations and an exciting NCAA Division III athletics program. Founded by the Sisters of Divine Providence in 1963, La Roche College embraces its Catholic heritage while welcoming people of all faiths and backgrounds. With a legacy of social justice and a commitment to international exchange, La Roche College educates students to be lifelong learners and achievers in an increasingly diverse and global society.
 

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