named to LCSC honor rolls
Lewis-Clark State College had 968 students make either the President's List or Dean's List for the 2011 Spring semester, which is all-time record for the spring, according to the college's Registrar's Office.
A total of 425 students made the President's List, and 543 made the Dean's List during the semester. LCSC had 888 students on the honor roll last spring.
The mark fell just short of the all-time record of 993 students earning honors, which took place in the 2010 Fall semester.
To qualify for the President's List, students must have at least a 3.75 grade point average for the semester and take at least 12 graded credits in level 100 or above classes. The Dean's List uses the same requirements but students must have a 3.25-3.749 GPA.
Note: Idaho, Washington, and Oregon are listed first among the states. The remaining states are listed in alphabetical order, followed by countries outside of the United States.
Local students making the President’s List are:
Cottonwood – Lauren Chmelik, Michele Geis, Cheryl Gimmeson, Emily Lerandeau, Alexa Prigge, Alex Richardson, Toni Shears
Ferdinand – Joshua Frei
Local students making the Dean’s List are:
Cottonwood–Kyle Daly, Ryan Daly, Shelbie Lincoln, Chelsea Long, Dustin Lustig, Emily Rehder, Lynette Rehder, Kimberly Schaeffer, Daniel Sigler, Danielle Spencer, Rachel Kaschmitter
Ferdinand – Jonathan Rice
UI Dean's List
The University of Idaho has announced that more than 2,000 students have earned a place on the spring semesters Dean's List.
To be named to the list, undergraduate students earned a grade point average of 3.5 or better on 12 or more graded credits. Law students earned at least a 3.0 GPA on a minimum of 10 graded credits.
Local Students on the Dean's List are:
Cottonwood-College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Jessica Audrey Schlader, Tara Leigh Stubbers, Tiffany Ann Schaeffer; College of Business & Economics: Kylie Noelle Uhlorn; College of Engineering: Chaylo Giovanni Laurino, Kelby Jon Wilson.
Ferdinand-College of Education: Kimberly Ann Frei, NaTosha L. Schaeffer
Greencreek-College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Tabitha Marie Sonnen; College of Science: Randi LeAnn Schumacher