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Student-Athletes Receive Bachelor’s Degrees at Conferment Ceremony

Student-Athletes Receive Bachelor’s Degrees at Conferment Ceremony

PHILADELPHIA – University of the Sciences student-athletes enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Physical Therapy and Doctor of Occupational Therapy programs received their bachelor's degrees at the annual Bachelor's Degree Conferment Ceremony, held in the USciences Athletic/Recreation Center, on Friday afternoon. 

As a PharmD, DPT or DrOT student who entered the University as a first-year student before earning a bachelor's degree, one is eligible to earn a bachelor's degree as outlined by their program even as they continue their matriculation toward their professional degree.

Below is a list of student-athletes who received their bachelor's degree at the Conferment Ceremony on Friday:

Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Studies (Enrolled in Doctor of Pharmacy Program)

Regan Asay* – Women's Cross Country

Emily Brand*** – Women's Cross Country

Elizabeth Checca* – Women's Volleyball

Kaitlyn Gaynor* – Softball

Evan Halperin** – Men's Tennis

Scott Jacobs – Men's Cross Country

Julia James* – Women's Tennis

Elkanah Linder** – Women's Tennis

Nathan Nguyen** – Men's Tennis

Brooke Witmer*** – Women's Volleyball

Bachelor of Science in Health Science (Enrolled in Doctor of Physical Therapy Program)

Nick Amicon** – Baseball

Rhiannon Comia – Women's Volleyball (Minor in Exercise Science and Wellness Management)

Brandon Hathaway*** – Men's Basketball

Danny Kelly – Men's Basketball

Dakota Raymond*** – Women's Volleyball

Marissa Sylvester*** – Women's Basketball

Bachelor of Science in Health Science (Enrolled in Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program)

Delaney Booth** – Women's Cross Country

Molly Greenberg* – Women's Basketball (Minor in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business)

Alex Thomas – Women's Basketball

 

* - Designated as Cum Laude with minimum Grade Point Average of 3.40

** - Designated as Magna Cum Laude with minimum Grade Point Average of 3.60

*** - Designated as Summa Cum Laude with minimum Grade Point Average of 3.80