Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

Camille S. Koroma Named ‘Student of the Month’

Camille S. KoromaCamille S. Koroma, a pre-nursing major from Reading, has been chosen as the December/January “Student of the Month” by the Student Government Association at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Koroma is a student assistant in the college’s Connections orientation program and in the campus Fitness Center, a Resident Assistant in on-campus housing, a member of the Multicultural Society, and a participant in the Penn College Presidential Leadership Program.

“She is very active on campus, and has a great attitude toward students and life in general,” her nominator wrote. “I have watched Camille grow as a person and in friendships here on campus. Students are always coming to her for help and for advice, and she is willing to be there for others … no matter what time of day it is. She is a great and beautiful person, both in and outside of the classroom.”

The Student of the Month is selected numerous times each academic year based on commitment, service, role-model behavior, academics, leadership and campus involvement. Nominations from faculty/staff and other students are strongly encouraged.

Related Stories

Nursing faculty member receives Patient Advocate Award
Read more
Pennsylvania College of Technology’s nursing program will consider SAT and ACT scores in lieu of a TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) score as part of the criteria for high school students to be directly admitted into its practical nursing and associate and bachelor’s degree nursing majors. Nursing
College updates pathway to direct admission into nursing majors
Read more
To meet the high demand for qualified nurse educators, Pennsylvania College of Technology is launching a Master of Science in Nursing, nursing education, in Fall 2021. (EDITOR'S NOTE: This file photo was taken in 2018, predating COVID-19 protocols for masking and social distancing.) Nursing
Penn College adds master’s degree in nursing education
Read more