Two Loyola Student-Athletes Accepted To Sellinger Scholars Program

April 16, 2009

A pair of Loyola first-year student-athletes have been accepted to the College's prestigious Sellinger Scholars program.

The Sellinger Scholars Program is an honors program in business administration designed to prepare highly motivated students for roles of leadership and service in a diverse and changing world.

Kim Fisher, a member of the women's lacrosse team, and Christopher Golon, a crew team member, were two of 25 first-year students from the College selected to participate in the program.

The highly-competitive admission process is open to all accounting or business administration majors who are freshmen having completed 15 or more credits with a cumulative 3.5 or higher grade point average.

In addition to the rigors of the traditional business programs, these Sellinger Scholars participate in focused classes and service learning projects that are tailored to their high academic achievement.

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