Appalachian State University

Boone, NC

Chancellor's List Eligibility: Awarded to full-time students (an undergraduate student who carries 12 hours or more of coursework on which grade points are computed) who receive a grade-point average of 3.85 or higher for the current semester. Only courses earning credit toward graduation are used to determine eligibility.

Dean's List Eligibility: An undergraduate student who carries 12-14 hours of coursework on which grade points are computed and who attains a grade point average of 3.45 or better for the current semester. An undergraduate student who carries 15 hours of coursework and who attains a grade point average of 3.25 or better for the current semester.

Degree recipients are listed with applicable honors. The University, College or Departmental designation is awarded to undergraduate students who participate in the challenging curriculum of the Honors program. Students must successfully complete a series of honors courses and a senior honors thesis with a minimum grade point average of 3.40. In addition, Latin (degree) honors are indicated. The Summa Cum Laude designation reflects a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.85, Magna Cum Laude is awarded to students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.65 and Cum Laude is awarded to students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.45.

Dean’s List

William Chandler Bell, of Nebo; Manufacturing & Merchandising

Julie Ann Brooks, of Marion; Sustainability

Jordan Edward Brown, of Old Fort; Computer Information Systems

Walker College of Business

Megan M. Burelle, of Nebo; Outdoor Experiential Education

Ulises Bustos, of Marion; Exercise Science

Emily Grace Clark, of Marion; Pre-Professional

Jessica Lee Fetner, of Marion; Elementary Education

Baylee Alexandra Fortune, of Nebo; Communications Public Relations

Emily Linda Hamilton, of Marion; Natural Science

Emily Brooke Hollifield, of Nebo; Social Work

Katelyn Nicole Ann Lowery, of Marion; Social Work

Ellen P. Miles, of Marion; English, Secondary Education

Alexandra Paige Morgan, of Glenwood; Communication Science & Disorders

Earl Dalton Parry, of Marion; Cross Media Production

Kiersten Taylor Proctor, of Marion; Communication Public Relations

Kimberly Jasmin Rivas, of Old Fort; Pre-Professional

Carmen Lee Silver, of Marion; Social Work

Emory C. Sprouse, of Marion; Psychology

Marlow Machelle Stevens, of Marion; Health Care Management

Chloe E.Vaughn, of Marion; Criminal Justice

Cassie Nicole Walker, of Marion; Family & Intimate Relationships

Alexander Ryan Werner, of Marion; Computer Science

Chancellor’s List

Rachael Nicole Fackler, of Marion; Human Services

Brittany Michelle Foster, of Marion; Human Services

Shelby J. Lewis, of Marion; Elementary Education

Taylor Dillon Parkins, of Nebo; Business

Anna Caroline Silver, of Old Fort; Elementary Education

Mackenzie Ridge Silver, of Marion; American Politics

Brenda Lizet Valdez, of Marion; Communications, Electronic Media/Broadcasting

Graduates

Thomas Alexander Abernathy, of Nebo; BS Sustainable Development

Jaalen Allen Corpening, of Marion; Master Of Social Work

Social Work

Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies

Madalyn M. Davis, of Old Fort; Master of Science Exercise Science

Brittany Michelle Foster, of Marion; BS Psychology; Summa Cum Laude

Tristan Wayne Killian, of Marion; Master Of Social Work

Taylor Nicole Lunsford, of Marion; BS Special Education

Taylor Dillon Parkins, of Nebo; BS Psychology; Summa Cum Laude

Kimberly Jasmin Rivas, of Old Fort; BS Exercise Science; Cum Laude

Ashlee Wood, of Marion; BS Child Development; Summa Cum Laude

Western Carolina University

Cullowhee, NC

The university conferred degrees on 1,625 students who completed their studies during the spring semester. A total of 526 undergraduate students received academic honors, with 126 graduating summa cum laude (with highest honors), 188 graduating magna cum laude (with high honors), and 212 graduating cum laude (with honors).

A total of 2,940 WCU students have been named to the dean’s list for spring semester, and 1,681 of those students also were named to the chancellor’s list, an additional designation of high academic achievement at the university.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must achieve at least a 3.5 GPA out of a possible 4.0 on a regular semester’s work of not less than 12 hours, excluding remedial courses, with no grade of D or F. Students named to the chancellor’s list met those specifications while also achieving a GPA of 3.8 or higher. Those also qualifying for the chancellor’s list are indicated with a “CL” beside their names.

Graduates

Coleman Bryan Arrowood, of Marion; BS-Business Administration; Summa Cum Laude

Rachael Sarah Boyd, of Marion; Master of Social Work

Todd Duncan Davidson, of Marion; BS-Electronic & Computer Engineering Tech

Anna Margaret Drum, of Marion; Master of Health Sciences

Krystal Buchanan Freeman, of Marion; BS Birth - Kindergarten

Zachary Aaron Gaddy, of Marion; BS Computer Science

Alexandria Nicole Gellman, of Marion; Master of Science Human Resources

Rhonda Lorraine Lytle, of Marion; BS-Business Administration Entrepreneurship

Joshua T. Murray, of Marion; BS Criminal Justice

Brittany Layne Pennell, of Marion; BS-Business Administration Marketing

Rebecca Kayleigh Peterson, of Marion; BS Psychology; Summa Cum Laude

Shannon Rock, of Marion; BS Communication Science & Disorders

Serrina Janine Stevens, of Marion; BS Social Work; Magna Cum Laude

Ashley Brooke Waycaster, of Marion; Master of Science Nurse Educator

Ashley Brooke Carver, of Nebo; Master of School Administration

Steven Andrew Silver, of Nebo; BS Computer Science

Caleb Alvin Ray Berryhill, of Old Fort; BS Biology; Cum Laude

Jared Douglas Gouge, of Old Fort; Master of Science Nurse Anesthesia

Dean’s List

Coleman B. Arrowood, of Marion; CL

Alyssa D. Brendle, of Old Fort

Landon S. Brendle, of Old Fort; CL

Donnell L. Brooks, of Marion; CL

Chase D. Campbell, of Old Fort

Darcy L. Dean, of Marion

Galen M. Edwards, of Marion

Makenzie S. Elliott, of Marion; CL

Ariana S.Hunter, of Marion; CL

Mason C. Ledford, of Marion; CL

Christian T. Lee, of Marion

Rhonda L. Lytle, of Marion

Brooklyn L. Morris, of Nebo

Madison J. Ogle, of Old Fort; CL

Andrea Ontiveros, of Marion; CL

Rebecca K. Peterson, of Marion; CL

Sophia K. Peterson, of Marion; CL

Kendall R. Radford, of Marion

Shannon Rock, of Marion

Anna E. Roland, of Old Fort

Luke Sheaffer, of Old Fort

Serrina J. Stevens, of Marion; CL

Claire I. Turnbull, of Marion

Brooke E. Wilson, of Marion

Michael R. Wright, of Old Fort

Community College and Technical Institute

(Boone and Hudson campuses)

For inclusion in the President’s List, a student must be full‐time and have a grade point average of 4.0. For the Dean’s List, a student must be full‐time and have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Part‐time students who earn a 3.5 grade point average or higher qualify for the Honors List.

For more information about CCC&TI, call 828‐726‐2200 or 828‐297‐3811, or visit www.cccti.edu.

President’s List

Elizabeth Ann Branch, Marion

Gabrielle Alexa Silver, Nebo

Sabino Joseph Storiale, Marion

Honors List

Amber Nicole Fulbright, Nebo

Velva Jenean Shapiro, Nebo

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