Columbus State & Georgia Southern universities’ dean’s lists, president’s lists

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Local students make President’s List at Columbus State University


COLUMBUS — Columbus State University is congratulating the following students for earning a place on CSU’s President’s List for the 2014 spring semester:


Sondra Arrington of LaGrange, majoring in sociology.


Virginia Bailey of LaGrange, majoring in early childhood education.


Benjamin Bowen of Woodbury, majoring in computer science - applied computing.


Dara Brooks of West Point, majoring in health and physical education.


Ashley Childree of Manchester, majoring in pre-nursing.


Kara Conner of LaGrange, majoring in early childhood education.


Amber Foster of Pine Mountain, majoring in marketing.


Hayley Fuller of Warm Springs, majoring in early childhood education.


Skye Geeslin of Manchester, majoring in psychology.


Kaitlyn Harre of LaGrange, majoring in accounting.


Nashia Heard of West Point, majoring in pre-nursing.


Karen Heximer of LaGrange, majoring in art.


Haley Mae Hodnett of LaGrange, majoring in health science.


Jessica Howell of LaGrange, majoring in pre-nursing.


Julie-Anna Huling of Pine Mountain, majoring in music.


Logan Hull of West Point, majoring in general business.


Alana Jernigan of Manchester, majoring in RN to BSN.


Nicholas Jones of LaGrange, majoring in early childhood education.


Kimberly Kelley of LaGrange, majoring in English language/literature.


Elizabeth Lamberth of LaGrange, majoring in pre-pharmacy.


Amber Lanier of LaGrange, majoring in exercise science.


Courtney Lowery of Greenville, majoring in exercise science.


Raymond Lynch of West Point, majoring in exercise science.


Susie McHugh of LaGrange, majoring in health science.


Mark McSwain of Pine Mountain, majoring in computer science - games programming.


Carlis Moore of LaGrange, majoring in computer science - games programming.


Emily Murray of LaGrange, majoring in psychology.


Catherine North of Hogansville, majoring in marketing.


Brooke Oakley of Woodbury, majoring in early childhood education.


Meghan Pearson of LaGrange, majoring in specialist in education: general curriculum - reading.


Jarred Pike of LaGrange, majoring in health and physical education.


Kasey Rice of Manchester, majoring in chemistry.


Malagro Roberts of LaGrange, majoring in health science.


Gabrielle Robinson of West Point, majoring in health science.


Taylor Self of Manchester, majoring in early childhood education.


Dianne Starkey of Senoia, majoring in undeclared.


Karolyn Turner of West Point, majoring in art history.


Allie Van de Voorde of LaGrange, majoring in health science.


Crystal Waldrip of LaGrange, majoring in English language/literature.


Averie Ward of Warm Springs, majoring in nursing.


Michael Ward of LaGrange, majoring in health and physical education.


Julianna Wells of Pine Mountain, majoring in art.


John Williams of LaGrange, majoring in mathematics.


Kara Williams of Hogansville, majoring in early childhood education.


Katie Winkles of Pine Mountain, majoring in biology.


John Zachry of LaGrange, majoring in history.


Local students make Dean’s List at Columbus State University


The following local students, listed with their degree programs, are on the Dean’s List at Columbus State University by completing the spring 2014 semester with at least 12 credit hours and a 3.6 or higher GPA:


Erin Anderson of LaGrange, majoring in biology.


William Briggs of LaGrange, majoring in art.


Jonathan Cone of Pine Mountain, majoring in English language/literature.


Lauren Crum of LaGrange, GA, majoring in education specialist: general curriculum - reading.


Krista Henson of West Point, majoring in criminal justice.


Quasheona Hunter of LaGrange, majoring in pre-nursing.


Benjamin Mcdaniel of Manchester, majoring in dual enrollment - accel.


Jay Miller of LaGrange, majoring in exercise science.


Cindy Moran of Manchester, majoring in RN to BSN.


Yasmine Parks of Manchester, majoring in sociology.


Brittany Shepard of LaGrange, majoring in art education - teacher certification.


Emily Wiker of LaGrange, majoring in pre-nursing.


Whitney Williams of Manchester, majoring in RN to BSN.


Columbus State University enrolls more than 8,300 students in nationally distinctive programs in the arts, education, business, nursing and more.


Local students make President’s List at Georgia Southern University


STATESBORO — Georgia Southern University recently recognized 1,162 students for excellence in academics on the 2014 Spring Semester President’s List. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must have at least a 4.0 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester. The following students from the area achieved this accomplishment:


Lauren Burdick of LaGrange.


Clinton Cash of LaGrange.


Mackenzie Kriesch of Senoia.


Polly Logan of LaGrange.


Haley McKenzie of Franklin.


Caitlyn Matthews of Gay.


Benjamin Mccarty of Grantville.


Jacob McCoy of Manchester.


Andrew Smith of LaGrange.


Dana Sylvestre of Senoia.


Jackson Tomlinson of LaGrange.


Charles Utt of Senoia.


Laura Willimon of LaGrange.


Local students make Dean’s List at Georgia Southern University


Georgia Southern University recently named 2,518 students for excellence in academics to the 2014 Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester. The following area students made the 2014 Spring Semester Dean’s List:


Andrew Channell of LaGrange.


James Channell of LaGrange.


Ciara Cummings of Senoia.


Michael Curry of LaGrange.


James Denham of Hogansville.


Mallory Fannin of LaGrange.


Rachel Hasluem of Senoia.


Ender Hidalgo of LaGrange.


Madison Horton of Pine Mountain.


Frederick Hughes of LaGrange.


Charles Martin of LaGrange.


Deambrielle Simpson of LaGrange.


Golden Sutton of LaGrange.


John Thornbury of LaGrange.


Evan Todd of Senoia.


Georgia Southern University, a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University founded in 1906, offers 125 degree programs serving more than 20,000 students.

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