Locals Named To Limestone College Fall Semester Dean’s List, Honor Roll

Limestone College had a combined 370 students named recently to either the Dean’s List or the Honor Roll for the fall semester of 2017.

Full-time students (taking a minimum of twelve semester hours) receiving the grade of “A” in all of their courses are included on the Dean’s List, while full-time students with a Grade Point Average of at least 3.75 are included on the Honor Roll. Limestone had 162 Honor Roll students and 208 who made the Dean’s List.

Cherokee County had a total of 44 students make the two lists, including 41 from Gaffney and three from Blacksburg.

The 24 Dean’s List students from Gaffney included Coletta Posey Byers, Alexander Jack Davis, Anna Carolina Caruso Duarte, Markie Noel Gooch, Summer Leigh Hall, Breanna Danielle Hames, Kyle Stephen Hamrick, Gabriel Farah Hill, Carolyn Faith Humphries, Nicole Ippolito, Casandra Wallace Parker, Sloan Ann Patterson, Kaitlan Makenzie Queen, Britny Cierra Reeves, Laneka Michelle Rice, Dylan Edwin Seidling, Shannon Sickler, Sita Javed Sindhi, Tristan Lee Sirrico, Dorian Breshea Surratt, Emma Nichole Swearingen, Ryan P. Velo, Christine Marie Wicht, and Zaviah Goudelock Wray.

The two Dean’s List students from Blacksburg were Ashley M. Brackett and Robyn Lynn Harrison.

The 17 Gaffney students making the Honor Roll were Jonlee Ray Bloomer, Jeanna Elysabeth Burch-Denton, Collin Mitchell Cobb, Christina Echoles, Brennen Gosa, Richard Dwayne Hall, James Albert Holmes, Caleb Samuel Hughes, Matthew David Hummel, Emily Brooke Mason, John Joseph McNamara, Shana Nicole Phillips, Suzanne Nicole Pintoff, Ashleigh Deborah Ramsey, Kristen Turney, KennaDee Rachel Waters-Craig, and Constanza Marie White.

The Blacksburg student named to the Honor Roll was Megan Aleene Collins.

Limestone had Dean’s List and Honor Roll students from 20 states, as well as 21 countries.

For a complete list of students making the two lists, please visit www.limestone.edu.

Limestone College is a four-year, liberal arts institution that was established in 1845. Limestone offers bachelor of arts, bachelor of fine arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of social work, associate of arts, associate of science, and master of business administration degrees through traditional and non-traditional educational opportunities.

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