Lycoming College, along with City Council and the Williamsport Business Association, honored several of the college's Students of the Month for the 2012-13 academic year.
The students were recognized during a reception at 7 p.m. Feb. 7, prior to the 7:30 meeting.
Jordan Krebs was September's Student of the Month. He is a recipient of the American Society for Microbiology's Undergraduate Research Capstone Program.
Jason Mifsud was October's Student of the Month. He won the Middle Atlantic Conference Individual Tennis Championship.
Alyssa Tomaskovic, a recent graduate, was November's Student of the Month. She was selected for her direction and participation in the College's sustainability efforts and for participating in the Sustainability conference: Making Progress - Working on Climate Change in Pennsylvania Higher Education.
Victoria Yuskaitis was December's Student of the Month. She was selected for her participation in the Medieval and Early Modern Studies Conference coupled with other campus involvements, such as Cru.
Jerald Williams was January's Student of the Month. He was selected for his assist record-setting season for the men's basketball season and for many other contributions to athletics at the college.
All students were submitted to a campus selection committee and chosen by the committee for the Student of the Month honor, according to Dr. Daniel P. Miller, dean of student affairs for the college.
This recognition derives from the college's participation with the College Town Committee, under the auspices of the Williamsport Business Association.
Students from Lycoming College, Pennsylvania College of Technology and Newport Business Institute are recognized for their achievements.