Southern State Community College has released its president’s and dean’s list for academic excellence for Spring Semester 2013. To be eligible for the president’s list, a student must maintain a 4.0 grade point average while carrying a specific number of academic credit hours. Those who achieve the dean’s list are full-time students who have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0.
Students from Adams County on the lists are:
Named to the President’s List from Adams County are Jacob Ashton of Seaman, Melissa Ashton of Seaman, Kayla Baker of Winchester, Rodney Bowman of Winchester, Tyler Brummett of West Union, Matthew Carter of Manchester, Laura Case of Peebles, Chelsea Davis of Manchester, Amber Grooms of West Union, Theressa Mangus of West Union, Emily McCarty of West Union, Robert McCormick of Winchester, Caleb McDowell of Seaman, Cornella Miller of Lynx, Haylee Pell of West Union, Heather Reed of Peebles, Brandon Schumacher of Manchester, Katie Schwamberger of Peebles, Peggy Shumaker of Winchester, Ta’Keyah Stevens of Winchester, Baylee Tolle of Winchester, Robert Welch of West Union, and Joshua Wheeler of Peebles.
Named to the Dean’s List from Adams County are Brandon Alexander of Winchester, Alicia Allen of West Union, Brent Anderson of Winchester, Christopher Ashton of Seaman, Sara Baldwin of West Union, Kirsten Bowman of Winchester, Leslie Carrier of West Union, Charles Carter of Peebles, Heather Green of Peebles, Jessica Grissett of Stout, Carla Grooms of Lynx, Ryan Grooms of Winchester, Glenna Hackworth of Peebles, Mackenzie Harover of West Union, Jonathan Harper of Winchester, Elizabeth Havens of West Union, Tiffany Hayslip of West Union, Joshua Jarvis of West Union, Megan Jones of Winchester, Karson Kendall of Winchester, Kristopher King of Winchester, Trinity King of Winchester, Rachel Laxton of Peebles, Mia Morgan of West Union, Winston Queen of Manchester, Colin Ryan of Seaman, Tristan Schumacher of Manchester, Robert Scott of West Union, Kevin Smart of Seaman, Rebeca Valle of Blue Creek, Suzanne Valle of Blue Creek, David Williams of Peebles, and Veronica Young of Seaman.
Chartered in 1975, Southern State Community College offers associate degree programs, certificate programs, bachelor’s degree completion through on-site partnership agreements, adult basic literacy courses, and workforce training programs. With four campus locations—Fayette Campus in Washington Court House, Central Campus in Hillsboro, South Campus near Sardinia, and North Campus in Wilmington—Southern State provides close-to-home convenience and a supportive community experience.