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Continuing a long tradition, this year’s first-years touch the Victory Bell for good luck during Convocation, which kicks off the 2018-19 school year.

Meet the Class of 2022

St. Norbert College is welcoming its largest, most diverse class this fall. The college received a record-number of applications for this year’s class, and 624 new first-year students have become part of the SNC community, as well as 24 transfer students.

As the biggest, most diverse class, the Class of 2022 has already set itself apart. And the first-years themselves have as well, with not-insignificant accomplishments under their belts even before they began their college careers.

Our annual snapshot of the newest group of SNC students reveals that:

They’re academically focused

  • Their average high school GPA is 3.59 (93 earned a 4.0 or above)
  • Their average ACT score is 25 (64 earned a 30 or above on the ACT)
  • 22 were valedictorians of their high school class
  • 1 was a top finisher in the National Spanish Exam

They’re service-minded

  • They completed 35,900 hours of service (5 served more than 500 hours each)
  • 448 were engaged in service at their high school
  • 98 participated in mission trips
  • 94 participated in youth ministry
  • 37 were honored with community service awards
  • 8 are Eagle Scouts

They’re hard workers

  • 314 had jobs while in high school
  • 27 are Badger Girls or Badger Boys
  • 17 were state champions in their sport
  • 9 were captains of three sports

They’re multi-talented

  • 316 were involved in music
  • 289 participated in two sports or more
  • 1 had a book featured in the UntitledTown Book and Author Festival
  • 1 is a national robotics champion
  • 1 was a child actor
  • 1 was internationally ranked in Mario Kart Wii

Sept. 4, 2018