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Located in Allentown, Pa., Cedar Crest College was selected as a “Top Regional College” and a “Best Value” in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges rankings from 2012-2019 and a “Best College for Veterans” in 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019. In additi...
Cedar Crest College congratulates dozens of students who were named to the Dean's List for the spring semester of 2018. Among the students recognized is Morgan Godshall ...Spring 2018
Morgan Godshall of Allentown , PA was named to Cedar Crest College Dean's List for the Fall 2017 semester. Dean's List is awarded each fall and spring...Fall 2017
Dozens of Cedar Crest College students traveled to Athens, Greece recently, as part of the Carmen Twillie Ambar Sophomore Expedition. The Sophomore Expedition is a guaranteed study abroad program....Spring 2019
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Awards & Recognition
Morgan Godshall was recognized for earning an academic awardDean's ListSpring 2018Added by Morgan
Morgan Godshall was recognized for earning an academic awardDean's ListFall 2017Added by Morgan
Morgan Godshall was recognized for earning an academic awardStudent of the month for ScienceSpring 2015Added by Morgan
Activities & Affiliations
Senior Criminal Justice majors Madison Wellen and Chelsea Wilson and sophomore Criminal Justice majors Morgan Godshall, Victoria Kohn and Adrian Mast are panelists in Lehigh County's Community Justice Panels, a diversion program held on campus for juveniles charged for the first time with summary offenses and/or misdemeanors. The cases are sent by police departments, Magisterial District Judges and the Juvenile Probation Department. The students meet with the juvenile and his or her parents/guardians and discuss the incident, school achievement, future plans and other aspects of the juvenile's life and develop a contract for the youth with assignments which hold the juvenile accountable for his or her illegal actions as well as developing their competencies. If assignments are completed successfully, the charges are withdrawn. The program is supported by the Court of Common Pleas, The District Attorney's office and funded by the Juvenile Probation Department.Spring 2019