Several regional students would receive an acknowledgment by various college deans for their academic performance during the fall 2020 semester. These are the following dean’s list selections, as reported to our newsroom as of Friday, Jan. 15. Students named to the list usually earn a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.74.
Greenville University dean’s list
Six regional students are on the Greenville University dean’s list for their academic performance during the Fall 2020 semester. Among them are seniors Anna Dailey of Nokomis, and Andrew Martin and Amanda Payne, both of Witt. Emily Anderson was the only local junior to be on the list. Additionally, other regional students include seniors Nicholas Wollerman of Bingham and Kristin Frailey of Fillmore. Greenville University is a four-year accredited Christian liberal arts school in Greenville, Ill. The university was founded, originally as Greenville College, in 1892. Its affiliation is with the Free Methodist Church.
Olney Central College dean’s list
Olney Central College has named a Moweaqua resident to its dean’s list for her academic performance in the Fall 2020 semester. Allie Dunn was recently on the dean’s list for finishing the semester with a GPA range that qualifies for the honor. Olney Central College is a two-year public community college located in Olney, Ill. It confers associate degrees and technical certificates and also offers online four-year degrees through its affiliation with Franklin University.
Southeast Missouri State University dean’s list
Cole Damery of Macon is the newest name to Southeast Missouri State University’s dean list for his academic achievement during the Fall 2020 semester. SEMO students on the list are earning at least a 3.75 grade-point average. Other conditions include enrolling in at least twelve credit hours and earning a grade, not below a B average. Southeast Missouri State University is a four-year public university located in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Moreover, the institution, having started as a normal school, has a traditional strength in teacher education.
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