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ASUMH Honors List for the Spring 2016 Semester

The following students have been named to the honors list for the spring 2016 semester at Arkansas State University- Mountain Home (ASUMH):


Chancellor’s List – Kathy Acerra, Issac Allen, Arlinda Barclay, Megan Block, Carl Bramblett, Dana Brown, Daniel Brown, James Brown, Heath Carter, Emily Collins, Valerie Collins, Monica Cook, Christina Cranfill, Laura Davis-Ewry, Jonathan Driver, Christian Duffy, Rorytristan Evans, Gregory Ford, Sabrina Fountain, Alexandra Fowler, Brittany Green, Kaycee Grissum, Aaron Hall, Brandon Hood, Micaela Horn, Andrew Jefferson, Laryssa Jenkins, Shelby Jensen, Tyler Kilgore, Brenda Lawrence, Robert Lee, Caleb Lunday, Mallory Lynch, Tim Maynard, Danielle Mortensen, Megan Nelson, Emily Pokorny, Larissa Randall, Samuel Reagan, Easton Reese, Samantha Richey, Cheri Roberson, Dominique Rogers, Jamie Rogers, Mark Salentine, Patrick Sanders, Charleen Sanford, Lisa Secrease, Michael Smith, Trey Smith, Misty Speirs, Buck Stoops, Holly Strain, Kamayka Strutton, Carolyn Thomason, Shelbie Thrasher, Lori Tieberg, Wendy Troxclair, Justin Turner, Monica Vasiloff, Logan Waldon, Rodney Walker, Saige Webster, Sydney Wendfeldt, Justus Young.


Vice Chancellor’s List – Cheyenne Acklin, Justin Adkins, Gabriel Apple, Jacob Barnett, Brittany Bennett, Georgia Bixler, Brett Bosworth, April Bramblett, Jessica Brown, Tetiana Bunch, Amanda Cain, Angela Callahan, Elizabeth Cobb, Warren Crisp, April Daugherty, Mary Davis, Shelby Dobson, Chelsea Donaldson, Jonathan Drott, Stephen Dunn, Bambi Finch, Christina Flynn, Kolby Frye, Jesse Galloway, David Gann, Karlee Gavin, Amber Hamblen, Austin Hamilton, Shawn Hargett, Joseph High, Steven Holtz, Brittany Honey, Heaven Horn, Latryce Humphrey, Sarah James, Kaytlin Jones, Tatanya Jones, Heather Kelso, Alexis Knapp, Tammi Lake, Joseph LaRue, Heather Laughlin, Harold Lawrence, Gregary Lee, Todd Linker, Sydney Mcfarland, Jennifer Moore, Christina Morrell, Clint Nichols, Rebekah Oliger, Bracksten Payne-castro, Elise Pennington, Adam Persenaire, Cheryl Rak, Loretta Reazin, Rebecca Reed, Shelly Ross, Izabella Simone, Jeffrey Smith, Samantha Smith, Hannah Stinnett, Jesse Tipton, Melissa Weaver, Brady Willis, Kaci Witter, Aubyn Woolridge, Kindra Wooten, Timothy Zeimet.


To be eligible for the Chancellor’s List and the Vice Chancellor’s List, students must have taken at least 12 credit hours of college-level course work. Students that had 15 or more credit hours of college-level course work that took a remedial math or CPT class are also eligible. Full-time students whose grade point average for the semester is 4.00 are named to the Chancellor’s List.  Full-time students whose grade point average for the semester is within the range of 3.60 through 3.99 are named to the Vice Chancellor’s List.

May 26, 2016 04:30:00 PM

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