Cleveland State Names Fifth Class Of Presidential Scholars

Friday, May 17, 2019
From left, front row, Easton Clark, Payton Sowder.; middle row, Hanna Bales, Ariana Medina and Samary Holguin; back row, Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president and Dr. Victoria Bryan, CSCC Honors Program director. Not pictured: Benjamin Camp, Maranda cook, Alyssa Fox, Tyquisha Jenkins, Jonathan Mathis, Thomas Self, Chloe Smith, Taylor Whitson and Loryn Wilson.
From left, front row, Easton Clark, Payton Sowder.; middle row, Hanna Bales, Ariana Medina and Samary Holguin; back row, Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president and Dr. Victoria Bryan, CSCC Honors Program director. Not pictured: Benjamin Camp, Maranda cook, Alyssa Fox, Tyquisha Jenkins, Jonathan Mathis, Thomas Self, Chloe Smith, Taylor Whitson and Loryn Wilson.

Cleveland State Community College named its fifth class of Presidential Honors Scholarships.  

The Presidential Honors Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship for the top high school graduates who attend CSCC. Students must be accepted into the CSCC Honors Program and will also participate in a Presidential Leadership Program. The Presidential Honors Scholarship is designed to assist students with books and other educational expenses, such as non-mandatory fees.  

The minimum requirements include: 

3.5 High School GPA or 24 minimum ACT score (or comparable SAT scores) 

Must enroll in at least 15 credit hours each semester 

Must be accepted into the Honors Program 

There were 16 students selected as 2019-2020 Presidential Honors Recipients at Cleveland State. The students and their high schools they attended are as follows: 

Bradley Central
Easton Clark
Alyssa Fox
Payton Sowder

Cleveland 
Samary Holguin
Ariana Medina

Gibbs 
Loryn Wilson

McMinn County 
Maranda Cook
Tyquisha Jenkins


Meigs County
Taylor Whitson

Polk County
Emily Pritchett
Savannah Renfro

Sequoyah
Thomas Self

Soddy Daisy 
Hanna Bales

Sweetwater
Benjamin Camp

Walker Valley
Chloe Smith

Home School
Jonathan Mathis 




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