Eckerd College is pleased to announce the graduation of Rebecca Waitz of Bensalem, PA.
According to a release, Rebecca was one of 540 Eckerd College graduates. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies and Psychology during commencement ceremonies in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Sunday, May 20. Dr. Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, oceanographer and author, was the keynote speaker.
Eckerd College invites students to ThinkOutside. Located on 188 acres of waterfront property in St. Petersburg, Florida, Eckerd is a pioneer of innovation-developing programs that have been adopted nationwide and earning the College an international reputation for academic excellence. A private, coeducational college of liberal arts and sciences related by covenant to the Presbyterian Church (USA), Eckerd College has a diverse student body with 1,800 students from 48 states and 32 countries and is one of only 40 schools listed in Loren Pope's Colleges that Change Lives. In 2003, Eckerd became one of the youngest colleges to receive a Phi Beta Kappa chapter. Eckerd also serves more than 1,000 students annually through its Program for Experienced Learners. The Leadership Development Institute, Academy of Senior Professionals, and offerings through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Road Scholar program identify the College as a national leader in continuing education.
Eckerd's first priority is to teach students how to learn-at any age. And the best education is one that prepares you for the how, as well as the what, an education that teaches you to ThinkOutside.