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Posted: Wednesday Aug 1, 2012

August 1, 2012

Nine students from south Florida are enrolled at Saint Vincent College, a top-ranked Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts college. Pictured, kneeling from left, are Freddy Semino, a freshman undecided major from Miami; Maleek Hodge-Webb, a freshman communication major from Coral Springs; Kyle Rivera, a freshman occupational therapy major from Hollywood; and Joey Milhomme, a freshman finance major from Miami. Standing, from left, are Jose Estevez, a junior criminology, law, and society major from Miami; Dewayne Hewitt, a freshman accounting major from Hollywood; Alex Charles a freshman international business major from Pompano Beach; Austin Mobley a freshman physical therapy major from Palm City; and Lazaro Garcia a sophomore management major from Miami. Saint Vincent College is one of the top liberal arts and sciences colleges in the Northeast and its quality educational programs have earned national recognition by U.S. News, Barron's and others. Offering a dynamic Catholic education for more than 166 years, Saint Vincent is a Catholic college sponsored by the Benedictine monks of Saint Vincent Archabbey. It enrolls nearly 2000 men and women from 25 states and 13 foreign countries. Undergraduate degrees are offered in many fields including Biology, Bioinformatics, Business, Communication, Environmental Affairs, Politics, Psychology, Theology and others together with Pre-professional programs in the Allied Health Fields and Pre-law, and Master's degree programs in Education and Business. Saint Vincent College's approach to education is rooted in a curriculum that provides all students with a broad-based education, an interdisciplinary view of that knowledge and the skills to increase it throughout their lives. Saint Vincent is easily accessible for south Florida residents because of direct, non-stop service offered by Spirit Airlines between Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood Airport and Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe.


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