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The following local students have been inducted into the Phi Zeta Kappa honor society at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU), Madison campus:
Leslie Owens of Laurence Harbor;
Gina Colamonico, Harry Lamourt and Monica Boulos of Old Bridge; and
Jessica Villano of Sayreville.
Eligibility for membership is established by completing at least the first 60 credits toward an undergraduate degree. Of these, 44 must have been earned at FDU and a CGPR of 3.20 must have been maintained for all of them. All the preceding requirements must have been fulfilled prior to the accumulation of 80 credits toward the undergraduate degree.

 

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Ashley Sierra of Sayreville has been inducted into the Phi Omega Epsilon honor society at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU), Madison campus.
Eligibility for membership in the university’s senior honor society is established by completing at least 90 earned credits toward an undergraduate degree with a CGPR of 3.50. Of these 90 credits, the last 58 must have been taken at FDU, and a CGPR of 3.20 must have been maintained for all of them. All the preceding requirements must have been fulfilled prior to the accumulation of 112 credits.

 

 

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