To cap off the Non-Traditional Student Organization’s end-of-year/semester activities, six students were able to enjoy a trip to Cañon City. They took a train ride through the Royal Gorge and their tickets were paid for with NTSO funds. These students have worked hard throughout the semester to help others and have had the experience to recognize it.
According to their sponsor, Shawn Japhet, the weather was glorious and the students received an extra treat as big horn sheep, rafters, anglers and deer were seen along the course.
This year, NTSO collected lotion, ChapStick, hair ties, candies, tampons and pens throughout the fall and spring semesters. Students assembled baskets with the various items and then distributed them to Crowley County Correctional Facility, Fowler Retirement Home and four AVRMC units including OB, ER, ICU and Med Surg. NTSO has held several fundraising events and already has plans for a fall wrestling event.
SNHU Announces President’s Slate for Winter 2022
Six Fremont County residents have been named to Southern New Hampshire University’s Winter 2022 President’s List: Courtney Bartz of Cañon City, Charlene Harrison of Cañon City, Cassidy Himes of Williamsburg, Aubrie Kline of Coal Creek, Nicole Webber of Penrose and Shanele Rodriguez of Florence.
Full-time undergraduate students who have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3,700 and above are named to the President’s list. Full-time status is achieved by obtaining 12 credits; undergraduate students must earn 12 credits in the fall or spring semester, and online students must earn 12 credits over two consecutive terms.
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