Jeffrey C. Comitz Named Semester’s First ‘Student of the Month’

Published 09.25.2014

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Jeffrey C. Comitz, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology major from Hughesville, has been chosen as the first Student of the Month of the Fall 2014 semester at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Scheduled to graduate in May 2016, Comitz is a member of the student chapter of ASHRAE (formerly known as the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers). He also interns as an energy management technician with the college's General Services department, works part time at Planet Fitness and is enrolled in an online class for transfer credits.

"Jeff serves as a wonderful role model to the student body, showcasing his tremendous work ethic and academic abilities," said one of his many nominators, "He is an ideal representation to employers and prospective students of the HVAC program offered here at Penn College and the caliber of professionals it produces."

Jeffrey C. ComitzMore than a dozen faculty members and classmates submitted his name for consideration, characterizing him as diligent and helpful – a family man and model student who positively influences his circle of friends and peers.

Among the accolades:

  • "He is fulfilling his dreams. He is very dedicated and works harder than anyone I know. He has an awesome personality and I'm glad to have met him. He would do just about anything for anyone and has a big heart."

  • "Jeff is a very cool-headed, talented and mature individual who knows what he wants to do and is not afraid to pursue it."

  • "As a student, Jeff is a role model; he is hard-working both inside and outside of school. He maintains great grades and is committed to his field of study. He is not just a student, but a part of the Penn College community."

Student Government Association recognition is bestowed 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.