Success Stories


Seton Hill Students Receive Awards from Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants

Kellen Homer (far right) and Elise Etelamaki (next to Kellen) both received awards from the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants at their October 2013 conference in Erie, Pa. (Kellen and Elisa are shown here with student award winners from other schools.) Kellen received the Thomas J. Lemley Award for Health Disparity, while Elise accepted the Nathaniel Alston Student Achievement Award. Both awards have associated scholarships.  For more information on the society and the awards, visit the PSPA site.

97% of Seton Hill's Physician Assistant Program graduates who have taken the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE) in the past five years have passed on their first attempt.