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Business, Education, Engineering and Nursing named Programs of Distinction

February 1, 2018 Tags: Academics , Distinctions , School of Arts and Letters , School of Business , School of Health Sciences , School of Sciences

SFU Programs of DistinctionFour Saint Francis University programs are now sporting new “Field of Study” honor badges from the national Colleges of Distinctions organization.  

Saint Francis has been listed among the Colleges of Distinction for many years, yet in January the university was further recognized by this resource for excellent programming in four fields of study:  Business, Education, Engineering, and Nursing.

According to Distinctions Founder Wes Creel, Saint Francis continues to be an outstanding representation of the teaching-centered colleges that the organization believes provide the elements crucial for student development and effective undergraduate education.

“I am thrilled to acknowledge that in addition to such an impressive implementation of high-impact practices, Saint Francis University has enriched professional programs with a stellar foundation in the liberal arts. Saint Francis University not only engages competent future employees in Nursing, Engineering, Education, and Business, but also inspires them to be critical thinkers with unique, well-rounded insight,” shared Creel.

Colleges of Distinction’s new Field of Study badges were created in order to recognize colleges and universities for innovative leadership in higher education. Those who have received this honor have proved themselves after a comprehensive vetting for such qualities as accreditation, breadth of program, and track record for success.    

About Colleges of Distinction

Since 2000, Colleges of Distinction ( collegesofdistinction.com) has been a trusted resource for more than 40,000 guidance counselors across the United States, thousands of parents and students, and hundreds of colleges and universities. The organization’s mission is simple: to help parents and students find not just the “best college,” but the right college.