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School of Adult and Graduate Education

Traditional Admissions

Lawrence A. Quarino, Ph.D.
Director/Professor, Forensic Science
610-437-4471 ext. 3567

International Forensic Science Honor Society

Cedar Crest College: One of the first to join the international forensic honor society Delta Delta Epsilon.

Delta Delta Epsilon, which was formed in 2010, is the only international honor society exclusively for forensic science, and Cedar Crest College was one of the first institutions to join.

Delta Delta Epsilon, meaning “justice through science” in the Greek alphabet, is dedicated to recognizing and encouraging excellence in scholarship in forensic science, with the mission to function as an honor and professional society for forensic science students.

Application for membership is now open to undergraduate students (junior or senior years) and graduate students, as well as forensic science professionals.

Student membership requires a current minimum overall grade point average of 3.3 for undergraduate students after 75 credits earned and 3.5 for graduate students (on a 4.0 scale) after 12 credits earned.

For additional information, e-mail the forensic science department at