GSW Dean’s List: Fall 2017

Published 2:05 pm Monday, January 29, 2018

AMERICUS — The following local residents made the Fall 2017 Dean’s List at Georgia Southwestern State University and were among 600 students recognized for scholastic achievement. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Ashley Ansley of Americus, Alexander Bailey of Americus, Maria Benites of Americus, Elizabeth Bivins of Ellaville, Karissa Campbell of Ellaville, Kayla Carter of Americus, Caryn Childers of Smithville, Haley Collins of Americus, Addie Cook of Americus, Kendall Crew of Americus,
Owen Dillard of Andersonville, Joyce Franklin of Americus, Melissa Frazier of Ellaville, Joshua Greene of Americus, Leslie Greene of Ellaville, Jaron Griffin of Americus, Elizabeth Guerrero of Ellaville, Emily Harrod of Americus, Kendal Harrod of Americus, Trenton Hohorst of Americus,
Brittnea Holland of Americus, Matthew Hulen of Americus, Peggy-Claire Israel of Smithville, Dayna Kellar of Americus, Joon Lee of Americus, Mallory Legg of Andersonville, Kandice Lowe of Americus, Margaret McCoy of Americus, Bailey McLain of Ellaville, Sara McLain of Ellaville,
Jason Parks of Americus, Tanvi Patel of Americus, Meghann Perry of Americus, Bethany Phillips of Ellaville, Daniel Player of Oglethorpe, Jessica Reese of Americus, Emma Robinson of Leslie, Uriel Rodriguez of Americus, David Smallwood of Americus, Mercedes Smith of Americus,
Natalie Stephens of Cobb, Shayna Turner of Montezuma, Megan Vanhorn of Ellaville, Victoria Wainwright of Ellaville, Jarrod Wall of Ellaville, Tristian Wiggins of Ellaville, John Wojnar of Americus.
Georgia Southwestern State University, located in Americus, Ga., is a public, four-year unit of the University System of Georgia with more than 3,000 students. Georgia Southwestern offers outstanding professional programs.
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