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Adult Students, Others Inducted Into Honor Society

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Keuka's 2013 ASL class.

They range from social workers to business professionals to police officers to nurses to college administrators.

They are the 2013 class of inductees into the Keuka College chapter of Alpha Lambda Sigma (ASL), the national honor society for adult students.

ASL recognizes the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. It is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship and recognizes high scholastic achievement in an adult student’s career.

Ten Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP) students and one graduate were inducted into Chi Alpha Lambda, Keuka’s local chapter, Aug. 9:

Dr. Frank Colaprete, ASAP associate professor of criminal justice, delivered the keynote address. He challenged the  inductees to reflect inward. (more…)

ASAP Trio Receive Adult Student Award

Randy Kuhn Jr., Kellie Gatson, and Edie Smith

Life can be particularly challenging for adult students.

Successfully juggling college studies with family and job responsibilities is a remarkable accomplishment.

Maintaining a lofty grade point average and serving your community while doing so is worthy of special recognition, which three students who earned, or are earning degrees through the College’s Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP), received last night (April 24).

Randy Kuhn Jr., Edith (Edie) Smith, and Kellie Gatson were among some 30 adults who received the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education’s (RACCE) Outstanding Adult Student Award at the organization’s 30th Annual Awards Ceremony and Banquet at the Woodcliff  Hotel and Spa in Victor. (more…)