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College Notes

News about college students from the Elkhart County area.
Posted on Jan. 7, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 7, 2013 at 11:25 a.m.

MONMOUTH, Ill. — Amanda Zaidel of Elkhart, Ind. was named to the dean’s list at Monmouth College. To make the dean’s list, students must have a GPA of at least 3.5 for the given semester. Zaidel is the daughter of Dori and Jeff Zaidel of Elkhart.

HESSTON, Kansas. — Hesston College has announced that Amy Nussbaum of Union, Mich. was named to the honor roll. Students must have a GPA of 3.5 to 3.89 to be named to the honor roll. Nussbaum is the daughter of Jonathan and Rebecca Nussbaum.

DOWAGIAC, Mich. — The following students were named to the President’s List for the 2012 fall semester at Southwestern Michigan College after earning a 4.0 GPA while being full time students:

Cassopolis: Faulnesa Cooper, Lorrie Gardner, Emily McShane, Rick Pasley, Joanna Sommer

Constantine: Kevin Anderson, Jordan Rumsey

Dowagiac: Dixie Adams, James Bolyard, Shannon Burkett, Shannon Eakins, Shannon Keene, Tara Sova, Danny St Cin, Mary Stewart, Danielle Taylor, Erika Taylor, Toby Yuhas

Edwardsburg: Bryana Craig, Whitney Ellis, Rebecca Fuller, Chloe Monica

Union: Shirley Hood

Vandalia: Scotty Chandler, Lila Cox, Vicky Woods

Elkhart, Ind.: Valerie Emerson, Sara McCuddy

Granger, Ind.: Kerry Frazier, Emily Koszyk

DOWAGIAC, Mich. — The following students were named to the Dean’s List for the 2012 fall semester at Southwestern Michigan College after earning a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale while being full time students:

Cassopolis: Tara Borsa, Paula Carpenter, Rebeca Diaz, Gavin Francis, Colin Harding, Stanley Hart, Desirae Massey, Heather Neu, Jennifer Parrish, Michele Poitras, Sherri See, Anne Seem, Dakota Wimberley

Constantine: Nicklas Barber, Jennifer Jones, Kerri Morris, Victoria Neubert, Kyle Workman

Dowagiac: Zachariah Blank, Fawn Bussler, Derek Carpenter, Kelsey Cleveland, Matthew Collins, Kevin Conley, George Coomes, Timothy Craig, Whitney Donaldson, Daniel Dudek, Kyle Dufour, Bethani Eichel, Elisabeth Gokey, Zacharias Guernsey, Jessica Hannapel, Anthony Heffington, John Hokanson, Rachael Kidman, Cody Klomes, Samantha Mathews, Paloma Medina Cano, Perla Medina Cano, Tasha Meyers, Kayla Montgomery, Jonathon Myers, Kirsten Novak, Matthew Oosterwal, Hannah Pacheco, Brittany Parritt, Brad Ruminer, Sarah Schuur, Dawn Secord, Jessica Whitmore, Ashley Williams

Edwardsburg: Jill Bralick, Merik Burgess, Jessika Clement, Jordan Devenney, Benjamin Fahey, Victor Gutierrez-Schultz, Nathan Herman, Jennifer Hough, Andrew Madison, Timothy Maret, Velinda McAllister, Alyssa Nasco, Emily Navarre, Rebecca Pace, Nikholas Sedam, Stephanie Sellers, Heather Valentine, Hunter Woods

Jones: Katrina King, Robert Ross, McKenna Wolf

Union: Megan Mays, Kent Rodman

Vandalia: Chelsea Cole, Kathyjo Springer, Abigail Wall, Andrea Wall

White Pigeon: Kara Freshour, Kurtis Oldenburg

Bristol, Ind.: Melissa McClain, Zachary Stouder

Elkhart, Ind.: Adriana Sanchez, Danielle Weltz

Goshen, Ind.: Rolando Alcaraz, Justus Brinkerhoff, Aubrey Wogoman

Granger, Ind.: Michael Bronsing, Kari Curylo, Alexander King, Scott Marshall, Sarah Ready

Nappanee, Ind.: Holly Wilson




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