ABOUT 350 STUDENTS GRADUATED AT ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE
Ceremony was held on May 27 (10am) at North
Park University auditorium (3225 W. Foster Ave. – Chicago IL 60625)
A new future begins for new St. Augustine College graduates, who rank No. 1 among 103 Colleges in Illinois – and No. 61 among the country’s 2,137 Colleges – in raising their students’ incomes by two levels, according to the study “Highest Upward Mobility Rate Colleges”. This May 27, St. Augustine College proudly introduces to the community new professionals who join the nation’s productive and service apparatus. The ceremony featured the special presentation of Erik Zarnikow, Executive Director of the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, who was in charge of giving the honor speech.
Graduates with Honors
Everyone is proud of St. Augustine College and their families, particularly those who graduate with honors:
Summa Cum Laude degree:
In the Social Work Degree, Monina Diaz-Robles, Kathleen Liceaga, Mayrene Luis, Juan Mota, Angélica Sánchez, Elizabeth Trejo and María Trujillo succeeded.
In the Associate in Applied Sciences degree in Pre-School Education, they were obtained: Norma Núñez, Nadia Salgado, Denise Arriaga, Juana Bailón, Emma Barrientos, Theresa Casillas G., Nurith Chora, Maribel Díaz and Marlene Horta.
In the Associate in Applied Sciences degree in Accounting, they were able to: Edith Meléndez and Marissa Mesa. In the degree of Associate in Applied Sciences in Computerized Information Systems, he succeeded: Johana Castro.
In the Associate of Arts in Business Administration degree, Blanca Montes and Michel Balbontin succeeded. In the Associate Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences, with Concentration in Psychology, he achieved it: Favio Navas. In the Associate Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences, with Concentration in Child Development, they achieved: Aurora Sánchez and Rosario Sánchez. And in the degree of Associate in Liberal Arts and Sciences, with Concentration in Criminal Justice, was achieved by Patricia Vargas.
With a Bachelor’s degree, 66 students graduated in Social Work and 13 in Psychology.
With an Associate in Applied Science degree, 112 students graduate in Early Childhood Education; 9 students graduated as Administrative Assistants; 16 in Culinary Arts; 26 in Respiratory Therapy; 15 in Accounting; 15 in Business Management; And 13 students graduated in Computerized Information Systems.
With an Associate of Arts degree, 8 graduated in Business Administration.
With an Associate in Liberal Arts and Sciences, with Concentration in Social Service, 31 graduated; With a Concentration in Psychology, 18 graduated; With a Concentration in Interdisciplinary Courses, 8; With a Concentration in Child Development, 14; With a Concentration in Criminal Justice, 23; with a Concentration in Addictions Counseling, 2, and with an Associate Degree in General Studies, 8 students graduated.