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Peoria student earns SUNY Cortland President's List honors

Posted 6/11/24

Hunter Hein, of Peoria, was one of 710 SUNY Cortland students who earned President's List honors for the spring 2024 semester.

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HIGHER EDUCATION

Peoria student earns SUNY Cortland President's List honors

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Hunter Hein, of Peoria, was one of 710 SUNY Cortland students who earned President's List honors for the spring 2024 semester.

Hein is studying exercise science.

To qualify for the President's List, students must earn a grade of A- or better in each of their classes while carrying a course load of 12 hours or more.

SUNY Cortland is one of New York's top public universities, offering a high-value education spanning 68 undergraduate majors in diverse fields that include education, business economics, exercise science, sport management and biological sciences. This mid-sized institution, located in the geographic heart of New York state, provides a high quality of student life, outstanding faculty and extensive out-of-classroom educational experiences, according to a news release.

Since 1868, it has offered students the educational experiences they need to turn their dreams into careers, the release said.

Learn more at Cortland.edu.