Cleveland State Announces Honors List For Fall 2019

Thursday, January 2, 2020

More than 3,000 students enroll in Cleveland State Community College each year. Of those, the best and the brightest are honored by being placed on the college’s President’s List, Dean’s List or Honor Roll. This week, Cleveland State announced the students it is recognizing for outstanding academic achievement for the Fall 2019 semester.

Whether they were enrolled in coursework on one of the college’s three campuses or online, the college identifies the top students each term based on the following criteria. Each semester, those students achieving a 4.0 GPA are recognized by being placed on the President’s List, Cleveland State’s highest academic honor. Those students maintaining a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA will be placed on the Dean’s List. Those students achieving a 3.0 to 3.49 GPA are recognized by being placed on the Honor Roll.

To qualify for any of these awards, a student must have completed at least 12 credit hours of college-level courses during the term. 

President’s List:

Bradley County: 
Rebecca E. Almy, Jeremiah D. Augustine, Reedhi Bamnelkar, Shelby L. Beasley, Christine N. Bebawy, Alexis D. Beck, Analise Bilbao, Cory T. Blach, Gracie S. Blankenship, Kaitlyn M. Borton, Samantha Burns, Lindsey N. Cox, Abby E. Crawley, Jordan N. Darnell, Brooke R. Davis, Hope I. DeBerry, Briza Marie R. Dedicatoria, Dana M. Delande, Makena R. DeLuca, Joy E. Douglass, Chloe E. Downes, Avianna Duerr, Ashton Dunn, Dustin Emerton, Jackson S. Essenburg, Carman M. Farley, Abigail Flores, Rachael J. Fowler, Jewelia M. Fox, Amber D. Frady, James Frost, Mayce B. Gant, Sydni R. Geren, Christopher J. Glover, William B. Greene, Zoe N. Grosskreutz, Andrew G. Guentensberger, Kristen A. Hamilton, Cobe R. Harned, Nathaniel B. Harrell, Sydney D. Hayes, Diana Henry, Mason A. Hobbs, Michael J. Hodge, Audrea K. Holder, Haley B. Howard, Jeffery T. Hunt, Jessica J. Johnson, Larry W. Johnson, Madison E. Johnston, Wanda S. Jordan, Marcus A. Kyle, Ariel Lantigua, Candy F. Lawson, Thomas B. Lawson, Brenden S. Lippard, Kelly D. Maney, Megan L. Marrs, Sabra J. Martin, Hope M. Maxwell, Samuel J. McClure, Kalen J. McMahan, Natasha L. Medders, Allison S. Mizell, Jacob A. Mooneyham, Anthony Z. Moore, Charles J. Morris, Luke S. Morrison, Stephen L. Muhonen, Andrew Murphy, 
Adeline G. Murray, Ethan W. Myers, Bethany Neeper, Beau C. Neidich, Jessicalynn Nieves, Jessica M. Nix, Samuel J. Ohlsson, Riya D. Patel, Andrew D. Payne, Carmen M. Pearson, Bogdan Prokopchuk, Mariana Prokopchuk, Drake T. Reece, Caitlin E. Rico, Destiny H. Rodgers, Michael L. Rogers, Michael S. Rogers, Christian T. Scales, Carson J. Sears, Zakyra N. Shannon, Andrew N. Sherlin, Caden D. Sherlin, Destinee S. Smartt, Chloe A. Smith, Bethany S. Souza, Payton N. Sowder, Dalton B. Stieber, Chloe Stiles, Brithney J. Sweet, Joshua D. Talley, Maria F. Tellez, Gwen L. Trew, Janzen L. Velba, Jordan L. Wagers, Kristal L. Walker, Naneka T. Walker, Ruby F. Wall, Margaret E. Watkins, Cathy D. White, Emily C. White, Melissa K. Withrow, Christal L. Wright, Colton T. Wyatt, and Lindsay M. Zamorano.

McMinn County:
Kaitlyn M. Ballard, Jordan M. Barham, Katelyn E. Billings, Delton Boyd, Dawn M. Bremmer, Shealeigh B. Brewer, Logan C. Bunch, Zachary D. Bunch, Michael W. Cartwright, Amy L. Cate, Christopher G. Cleek, Khalie C. Cleveland, Brian Cooley, Allison G. Cothern, Dylan A. Cothern, Sondra J. Denton, Tytton O. Elkins, Carolynn M. Erhardt, Kayla A. Frerichs, Rebecca A. Hicks, Greta D. Hill, Timothy P. Hill, Roy J. Johnson, Caleb R. King, Brandy L. Koob, Kimberly L. Malone, Christina A. Marcereau, Michaela L. Marcereau, Caleb O. Martin, Jonathan B. Mathis, Lauren A. McPhail, Stacy Mora, Amy L. Rikard, McKennah D. Sutherland, Devin A. Thompson, James Trotter, Seth H. Ward, Shanna Ward, Whitney P. Weir, Betty E. Wright, and Josh A. Yoder.

Meigs County: 
Debra E. Cofer, Jocelyn N. Collins, Alivia A. Moore, Jeremy J. Newman, Kaci L. Reiter, Anthony C. Standridge, Jennifer D. Strombergh, and Rachel L. Whaley.

Monroe County: 
Courtney B. Arrowood, Andy R. Cline, Kyle J. Cousins, Jerry M. Custalow, Taylor R. Francisco, Sharon M. Freeman, and Erin K. Harlow-Wilkins, Lydia E. Haymes, June M. Henry Stewart, Amanda G. Johnson, Levi T. Larsen, Courtney M. Millsaps, Lori L. Scott, and Travis J. White.

Polk County:
Laurel B. Bargeron, Tabitha L. Bates, Hunter D. Burgess, Kristen A. Cantrell, Ethan L. Carpenter, Matthew B. Clements, Abilene M. Flowers, Felecity Green, Katina M. Green, Heath O. Lisk, Matthew L. Passmore, Christopher Rymer, Casey N. Trew, and Wesley J. Trew.
 
Dean’s List:

Bradley County:
Landon G. Aaron, Yarely S. Acosta-Gutierrez, Luis M. Alejandro Martinez, Dani G. Allison, Hannah M. Anderson, Logan R. Anderson, Jay R. Bamnelkar, Gregory P. Banther, Anna E. Barbosa, Carleigh J. Beck, Jacob B. Bentley, Callie G. Bishop, Ellissa M. Blum, Rebekah K. Boler, Lily Bradney, Amberlee R. Brady, Brycen A. Brown, Dakota W. Brown, Hailey M. Brown, David N. Buckner, Deedra L. Bullard, Joseph C. Bunton, Stephen Cameron, Amberlynn B. Campbell, Joshua R. Carver, Ryan C. Cavitt, Alyssa J. Chancey, Daniel P. Clark, Easton T. Clark, Emily P. Colbaugh, Autumn D. Colon, Andrew J. Cook, Benjamin Cooper, James S. Cox, Joni L. Creasman, Dustin J. Crisp, Lindsey H. Crowe, Anthony J. Davis, Christina F. Davis, Erin K. Dobbs, Destiny A. Dodson-Jones, Daniel N. Dorman, Shayla J. Dye, Savannah R. Edwards, Austin C. Eldridge, Chase L. Evett, Devin T. Farmer, Holly L. Farrow, Breeana K. Flippen, Everett C. Ford, Talon Frank, Martin R. Frey, Kolten C. Gibson, Kyndall P. Gibson, Amanda Gilliland, Kevin J. Glover, Hunter K. Godfrey, Heather N. Goodman, Mary A. Goodwin, Shaquala Q. Green, Hailey M. Guffey, Alexander Gutsol, Katherine F. Hamilton, Dustin Helton, Samuel D. Henry, Emily J. Hernandez, Ann M. Holbert, Samuel L. Hooker, Lisa Horick, Kaylee A. Hughes, Shauna M. Husband, Melanie Johnson-McMahan, Madison P. Kellerman, Yaren Kilim, Stormi N. Killian, Rebeka M. Kinzer, Abigel R. Kovacs, Denys Kupyna, Sadie M. Lane, Maddie F. Lewis, Meredith Lile, Nathan A. Long, Sarah L. Lyles, Micayla B. Maddox, Jessica L. Mannion, Maggie G. Maples, Lydia N. Martin, Destany G. Maxwell, Natalie R. McCollum, Zinnen B. Mckenzie, Jeremy T. McNabb, Ariana Medina, Ryan C. Medlin, Jessica N. Merriman, Andrea J. Milen, Kali M. Mitchell, Dennis Molina, Naja S. Morrison, Jordan P. Munck, Sarimar M. Muniz, Bradley O. Myers, Chelsea A. Myers, Hannah E. Nation, Jesulayomi S. Ojo, Pamela M. Parker, Josiah E. Parris, Rosemary Passavant, Harshil R. Patel, Jackson M. Patterson, Grayson E. Payne, Cody M. Peels, Emily N. Pritchett, Kaylee J. Raper, Rachael Rio Branco, Maria E. Riojas, Ashley F. Rogers, Drewry A. Rogers, Chloe A. Samples, Kaya D. Self, Daniel G. Shepherd, Casey M. Shults, Shawna R. Simmons, Casey C. Smith, James R. Speer, Veniamin Stoliarchuk, Conor J. Suits, Lisa Sullens, Ashley S. Tate, Katherine V. Towne, Erica M. Triplett, Coy B. Trotter, Zachery Ulrich, George E. Vallejo, Antonio Venegas, Jacob Wagner, August R. Waldo, Marley N. Waldroup, Kristen N. Wayda, Lauryn G. West, Sarah E. Wooten, Sara B. Wyatt and Irina P. Zhogan.

McMinn County:
Andrew H. Allen, Nathan T. Bales, Kinsley F. Ballew, Adam B. Barham, Kayla R. Batchelor, Samantha G. Benavides, Austin T. Bouchard, Joshua R. Brown, Cassie B. Coleman, Grace M. Collins, Dylan A. Cook, Casey Corbitt, Sydney E. Crayne, Austin L. Crowder, William T. Day, Deanna B. Dockery, Kelsey J. Drumright, Tyler H. Edmonson, Emma C. Firestone, Nadia G. Fontaine, Emily M. Gelinas-Darrall, Camiyah N. Goins, Summer N. Green, Kayleigh E. Gunn, Bradley S. Hayes, William G. Hooper, Bryson E. Huckabey, Trevor R. Ingraham, Megan Ison, Kenneth L. Johnson, Abigail M. King, Joshua D. Knight, Dakota B. Lazenby, Charles J. LoCicero, Olivia R. Lupo, Kaylee H. Malone, Kyle R. McCowan, Kalie B. McKeehan, Jeremy L. Miller, Sara A. Milton, Hannah M. Nelms, David J. Nunley, Chadwick C. Oliver, Jack D. Phillips, Sherry L. Plemons, Rhonda M. Rayburn, Joshua W. Roach, Angelina C. Roberts, Scarlet F. Rodriguez, Skylar G. Roush, Cassandra A. Russell, Logan C. Scheutzow, Payton R. Schultz, Landon A. Senters, Dylan A. Silva, Dawn M. Sliger, Christopher A. Smith, Logan R. Smith, Kasey A. Spicer, Haley Stephens, Brandt C. Sutherland, Kelly R. Waller, Chance B. Ward, Misty S. Webb, and Ashlea R. Wood.
 
Meigs County:
Hannah G. Bredwell, Brandie D. Davis, Daniel T. Hunt, Timothy S. Malone, Andrea K. Oliver, Taylor R. Quarles, Tabitha K. Spresser, and Brandon L. Tallent.
 
Monroe County:
Kristin L. Adair, Alexis B. Bolt, Gary J. Clarkson, Hannah G. Collins, Moncerrat Corona, Jose H. Franco, Irene Frutos, Megan A. Gay, Rebecca S. Harrill, Noah H. Maiuri, Skyler B. Mitchell, Angela D. Moses, Seth J. Nichols, Lindsey M. Phillips, Vernal J. Smith, Lilith G. Spears, Abbie M. Warren, and James B. Watson.

Polk County:
Cassidy B. Balkom, Rebecca A. Bartlett, Kristopher M. Baxter, Evan L. Carpenter, Brittani N. Crowder, Dakota J. Crowe, Justin Deal, Zachary Etengoff, River C. Fisher, Logan P. Hutcheson, Rachel A. Johnson, Sadie R. Mcabee, Kiesha N. Price, Jacob W. Roberson, Fathe A. Spiers, Tabitha A. Swallows, Hannah M. Tipton, Kendall D. Trentham, Kennesia A. Trentham, Jenifer C. Williams, and Christopher T. Womac.

Honor Roll:

Bradley County:
Edward J. Ahleman, Lisa M. Allen, Emily H. Anderson, Hannah J. Armao, Alexander R. Atkinson, Brandon F. Badillo, Tyler F. Baker, Eli M. Barton, Halli G. Bates, Rebecca L. Beavers, Dylan R. Biggs, Kamarnè J. Biggs-Gray, Hailey L. Bonner, Fred Booker, David Bracknell, Emily P. Brock, Keira S. Bundy, Amanda N. Burke Hidalgo, Kaitlin Cansler, Britney Caraway, Dylan T. Carlson, David A. Carroll, Hannah O. Carroll, Christopher I. Carson, Madison F. Castello, Erica Chambers, Jeffrey Cofer, Logan B. Colbaugh, Jonathan G. Contreras Torres, Lillian A. Cooper, Keri E. Cox, Stephanie A. Crane, Madeline A. Dasher, Aaliyah N. Davis, Andrew W. Dotson, Xavier M. Duke, Ralph S. Duncan, Brittany L. Edelman, Christopher A. Epperson, Tim D. Farrell, Jacob M. Farris, Elizabeth A. Fennell, Emily K. Floied, Alyssa I. Fox, Chandler A. Freeman, Arielle N. Gearhart, Sabrina A. Gibson, Kaitlyn Goodman, Emily R. Gorrell, Charles H. Green, James M. Hagan, Bryar R. Hambright, Ericka M. Harris, Gabriel I. Hewitt, Rodger Hill, Taelor J. Hill, Nicholas T. Hobbs, Makayla C. Hoffman, Taylor N. Holcomb, Samary Holguin, Ryleigh A. Humphrey, Mary E. Humphries, Heather M. Hunter, Michelle D. Hurt, Allen G. Johnson, Delana A. Jones, Madeline M. Jones, Kristin A. Jump, Peyton T. Kent, Morgan T. Ledford, Aly G. Lemons, Kimberly Lindy, Jacob A. Long, Ronald W. Lucas, Ketzia Y. Magallanes VanDyk, Emily N. Marr, Brayden K. McAlister, Jamey C. Mccormick, Holly A. McDaniel, Samuel A. Miller, Maggie E. Miolen, John W. Monds, Lena M. Mosburg, Austin C. Moses, Elijah B. Murray, Christian D. Niehaus, David E. Nino-Velazquez, Macy R. Nipper, Tiffany P. Ortega, Chandler R. Overstreet, Victor A. Pagan, Karan H. Patel, Tiffany M. Paulsen, Brendin R. Pederson, Rebeccah Phanor, Franklynn R. Phillips, Haley E. Phillips, Emily L. Powers, Paul L. Ratcliff, Ayalyn L. Rathbone, Colton G. Reece, Katie A. Rockhill, Abigail M. Rogers, Emily A. Rollins, Jannat F. Saeed, Tucker Sears, Samuel M. Setliffe, Bradley Shelton, Alix T. Singleton, Caleb W. Smith, Zachary A. Sowder, Alexis G. Stedman, Lauren M. Stout, Brittany D. Strickland, Lucas M. Suits, Harley D. Swafford, April L. Swilling, Mary K. Talley, Mila R. Taylor, Ezekiel Thomison, Vanessa N. Thornton, Christopher D. Tragesser, David I. Tullock, Jackson R. Umiker, Madeline R. Vicars, Lucas C. Wallace, Kyle F. West, Nicole E. Whyte, Damyion J. Williams, and Samuel T. Wyrick.
 
McMinn County: 
Amber L. Adams, Elisha M. Anderson, Nicole D. Andrino, Daniel B. Archambault, Madison Ball, Adam L. Belton, Courtney Benson, Jacob D. Bird, Boomer I. Blakley, Shayden K. Bridges, Trenton Bright, Ashland F. Brown, Benjamin L. Burton, Aryn E. Click, Sam M. Cook, Axel Cortez, Ryann A. Dahle, David B. Duggan, Kaylan D. Farmer, Catlyn M. Godbey, Victoria E. Gould, Samuel A. Guffey, Trinity R. Hall, Chelsie A. Hancock, Collin A. Haney, Alexsis N. Harris, Austin D. Howard, Hunter B. Killian, Dustin K. Knox, Autumn D. Lee, Charles H. Leslie, Richard H. Lupo, Destaney E. Martin, Kassandra P. Mathews, Jennifer C. Medrano, Cayla L. Miller, Haley L. Moore, Joy S. Morgan, Nathan E. Moses, Emma P. Mull, Zachary G. Presley, Brittany S. Roberts, Jay C. Roberts, Casey A. Shearer, Garrett M. Smith, Chelsie Stewart, Lewis E. Talbot, Nelson B. Webb, and Jacqueline N. Whited.
 
Meigs County:
Michelle L. Anderson, Autumn L. Ballew, Dakota H. Dawson, Alexandra C. Ejma, Mikaela B. Forrester, Bryan A. Godsey, Brock G. Loomis, Sammy J. McGill, Isacc S. Melton, Breydn S. Proveaux, Riley W. White, and Shelby L. Withrow.
 
Monroe County:
James R. Akers, Jeffrey R. Brown, Havin E. Buff, Kelly R. Butler, Matthew T. Cooper, Alexander R. Eckert, Joshua C. Futrell, Nick J. Jones, Ashlee M. Martin, Betty Martin, Gordon K. Michaud, Sylvia R. Moreno, Skyler J. Murphy, David J. Payne, Cheyenne N. Poe, Jace N. Queen, Kora E. Queen, Noah G. Reese, Kiley S. Spradlin, Ethan T. Starnes, Hailey D. Taylor, Keeona S. Taylor, Hannah G. Townsend, and John D. Wiggins.
 
Polk County:
Brandi L. Bargeron, Braxton M. Bates, Jenny I. Bates, Morgan E. Boyd, Kallie M. Cole, Allix R. Foote, Millie C. Foster, Dawn M. Greer, Jerry R. Hill, James D. Hollingsworth, Whitney M. Howard, Julia Lewis, Robert A. Locke, Savannah J. Moore, Cassie B. Picklesimer, Waymon C. Stafford, and Kayla R. Thomas.


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