Gazette College Honors for July 4

July 4, 2011 

  • Amber Shannon of Beaufort has been named to Coker College's dean's list for the spring 2011 semester. Students must earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) to qualify.

  • Park University announced Beaufort-area students named to the dean's list for the spring 2011 semester. Students must be degree-seeking; have completed 12 or more graded hours at Park University, either in one 16-week term or in two consecutive accelerated terms (Spring I/Spring II); earned a semester grade point average of 3.6 or better; and received no incomplete grade(s) for the semester or terms to qualify.

  • They are: David Allen, Christy Anderson, Andrew Boucher, Brent Burns, Jacqueline Campbell, Jergen Campbell, James Canfield, Arthur Connolly, Flavia Fabiano, Joseph Fabiano, Jason Grayson, Joseph Greenlee, Michael Haskins, Craig Hutchinson, Clyde Johnson, Crystal Long, Donald Martin, Sean McCullough, Jeremiah Miller, David Orange, Steven Pinterpe, Rodney Sturgis, Morgan Thomas, Benjamin Tobin, Keith Wallace, Jeffrey Weaver, Elizabeth Wells and Sean Woodward.

  • The College of Charleston announced local students who earned Highly Distinguished Honors for the spring 2011 semester. Students must be enrolled in at least 14 credit hours and maintain a grade point ratio between 3.8 and 4.0 to qaulify.

  • BEAUFORT

    Tiffany Marks, Louisa Steele, Jack Weaver, Charlotte Westcob, Ashley Woods

    ST. HELENA ISLAND

    Mary Ford

  • The College of Charleston announced local students who received Distinguished Honors from the College of Charleston for the Spring 2011 semester. Students must be enrolled in at least 14 credit hours and maintain a grade point ratio between 3.60 and 3.79 to qualify.

  • BEAUFORT

    Melody Coakley, Matthew Priester, Lydia Roos, Kaitlin Scheper, Staci Torrey

    PORT ROYAL

    Stephanie Fiesta

    ST. HELENA ISLAND

    Matthew Blough-Wayles

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