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Jackson State Fall 2021 semester honor roll announced

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The Office of Admissions and Records at Jackson State Community College released the honor roll for the Fall 2021 semester. On the honor roll, there were 209 full-time students who achieved a quality point average over 3.00. There were 355 full-time students who made the dean’s list by achieving a quality point average of 3.50 or better.
The administration of Jackson State Community College congratulates its students from the fall semester who achieved honor roll or dean’s list status for the term. The semester and past year have been particularly challenging requiring students to make the necessary adjustments to be successful. Again, congratulations and thank you for your hard work and perseverance.
Honor roll is reserved for students who are enrolled for twelve (12) or more hours of college-level work (Learning Support excluded) and who complete a semester’s work with a quality point average between 3.00 and 3.49.
Chester County residents named on the honor roll are Cecille Shanee Cohen, Steven Wesley Cooley, Braelyn Keira Ellis, Trisha Goodman, Emerald C. Haynie, Savannah M. Newman, Kendalyn K. Shipman, and Madison LeighAnn Williams, all of Henderson; Jonathan Burke, of Medon; Elizabeth Ann Durbin, of Enville; and Ethan Alexander Termuhlen, of Luray.
Dean’s list is reserved for students who are enrolled for twelve (12) or more hours of college-level work (Learning Support excluded) and who complete a semester’s work with a quality point average between 3.50 and 4.00.
Chester County residents named on the dean’s list are Austin Ray Arnold, Xavier S. Baker, Griffin Connor Bracall, Sarah Elizabeth Carnett, Seneca Shanell Hall, Morgan Kennedy Holman, Julia Lynn Echo Hopkins, Colby Blayne King, Joshua Roland Krueger, Stephanie Nicole Lazar, Caelyn Faye Morris, Haley Lynn Oliver, and Aaliyah Faith Terry, all of Henderson; Heather Nicole Gaffney, of Jacks Creek; James Gerald Vinson, of Enville; and Brynn A. Wilson, of Beech Bluff.

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