Summer 2020 honor roll announced
Dr. Chris Warren, Dean of Student Services and Registrar, announces there are 67 students on Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s summer semester honor roll. Of this number, there are 25 on the President’s List, 13 on the Vice President’s List, and 29 on the Honors List.
A grade point average of 4.0 is required of full-time students carrying at least 12 semester hours for listing on the President’s List.
President’s List students include KeAriel Caston, Miosha Daniels, Anna Thurman, Sina Windham, and Kiera Young, all of Brookhaven; Brianna Houston of Byram; Savanna Eason of Collins; Candace McKinley of Crystal Springs; Anna Gipson, Jessica Teasley, and Stephanie Upton, all of Florence; Freddye Johnson and Keisha Roberson, both of Hazlehurst; Keisha Simmons and Jazzmen Terry, both of Jackson; Laura Graves of Liberty; Brennon McNair and Kacie Walker, both of Magee; Umeko Sparkman of McComb; Ha Nguyen, Chelbi Sheffield, and Alexus White, all of Mendenhall; Jamie Harrison of Silver Creek; Amber Brinson and Dillon Lyle, both of Wesson.
A grade point average from 3.6 through 4.0 is required of full-time students carrying at least 12 semester hours for listing on the Vice President’s List.
Vice President’s List students include Lasheta Walker of Brandon; Darby Andrews of Braxton; Mary Ashley, Destini Cameron, and Curtis Keys, all of Brookhaven; Ciara Pree of Fayette; Victoria Berry of Lena; Leah Green of Louin; Brooke David of Meadville; Breauna Rawls of Mendenhall; Kaelyn Bellarmsted of Natchez; Christian Pompy of Oakvale; and Natalie Bonds of Wesson.
A grade point average from 3.2 through 3.6 is required for full-time students carrying at least 12 semester hours for listing on the Honors list.
Honors List students include Portia Dickey, Kimberly Greer, Judy Lyons, Hiba Marouf, and Tydaisha Washington, all of Brookhaven; Tabitha Sistrunk of Florence; Victoria Russell of Foxworth; Myiesha Roberson of Harrisville; Terrence Mason and Denigel McCarthy, both of Hazlehurst; Sarah Ainsworth and Malcolm Womack, both of Magee; Kimberly McMichael, Jacqueline Riley, and Johnny Willis, all of Mendenhall; Morgan McAlpin of Mize; Jada Pierce, Jaiden Price, and Daija Warner, all of Monticello; Elana Armsted, Kennedy Fleming, Paul Hargrave, Joanna Johnson, Kya Mathis, Malliyah Pulliam, Rumki Roy, Kendall Runnels, and Skyler Thompson, all of Natchez; and Ikeem Showers of Prentiss.