SSCC announces honors lists for fall semester


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Southern State Community College has released its president’s and dean’s list for academic excellence for fall semester 2017. To be eligible for the president’s list, a student must maintain a 4.0 grade point average while carrying a specific number of academic credit hours. Those who achieve the dean’s list are full-time students who have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0.

Named to the president’s list from Fayette County are Nicholas Elrich of Washington C.H., Maizy Funderburg of Washington C.H., Christian Gillenwater of Washington C.H., Wendy Hawk of Washington C.H., Celeste Nye of Washington C.H., Brandi Rayburn of Washington C.H., Megan Stanton of Leesburg, Kurtis Sunderhaus of Washington C.H., McKenzie Thacker of Bloomingburg, Nicholas Timothy of Washington C.H., Olivia Wolffe of Jeffersonville, and Philip Zoodsma of Washington C.H.

Named to the dean’s list from Fayette County are Lindsy Aills of Washington C.H., Matthew Bryan of Washington C.H., Ashley Caldwell of Washington C.H., Courtney Curl of Washington C.H., Kourtney Davison of Bloomingburg, Gregory Dowdell of Washington C.H., Rebecca Fletcher of Washington C.H., Nathan Forsha of Washington C.H., Joshua Golden of Jeffersonville, Alyssa Griggs of Washington C.H., Colten Hughes of Sabina, Dusty Knisley of Washington C.H., McKenzie Martin of Washington C.H., Matthew Moore of Washington C.H., Zachary Murphy of Washington C.H., Trevor Phillips of Washington C.H., Dawn Pollock of Washington C.H., Zachary Potts of Washington C.H., Paul Reed of Bloomingburg, Jazlyne Robinette of Washington C.H., Elizabeth Rohrer of Washington C.H., Alison Thompson of Mt. Sterling, and Kalika Wilson of Washington C.H.

Chartered in 1975, Southern State Community College offers associate degree programs, certificate programs, bachelor’s degree completion through on-site partnership agreements, adult basic literacy courses, and workforce training programs. With campus locations in Hillsboro, Washington C.H., Wilmington, and Mt. Orab, Southern State provides close-to-home convenience and a supportive community experience. Delivering on its mission to provide an affordable, accessible, high-quality education, Southern State offers flexible scheduling with day, evening, weekend, online and hybrid courses, and a tuition rate that is one of the lowest in the state.

To learn more, call 1-800-628-7722, email info@sscc.edu or visit www.sscc.edu.

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