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Services to Students with Disabilities honors its graduates

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Cal State San Bernardino’s Services to Students with Disabilities honored its graduates at a recognition celebration on June 6 at the Meeting Center, Pine Room. 
 
The celebration, hosted by the Services to Students with Disabilities  office, featured keynote speakers Shari G. McMahan, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs; Jeremy Murray, associate professor of history; and Donald Edison, CSUSB alumnus.
 
Graduates will receive certificates and honor society regalia for eligible participants.
 
Undergraduate students with a cumulative GPA of 3.1 or higher and graduate students with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher are eligible for the Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society. Students who also qualify for the DAPi Honor Society were awarded a pin and cord at the graduation ceremony.
   
Visit the Services to Students with Disabilities website to learn more about its programs and services.


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