Colby Community College announced the names of  

CCC announces spring 2019 honor rolls

Tue Jun 4, 2019 at 12:08 PM

Colby Community College announced the names of students who achieved academic distinction for the spring 2019 semester. To earn a place on a CCC honor roll, students must complete 12 or more credit hours and have no failing grades. The President’s Honor Roll includes those with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Students on the Vice President’s Honor Roll have grade point averages between 3.75 and 3.99.

Listed according to residency as indicated by the student, the following earned a place on the President’s Honor Roll:

Aberdeen, S.D. – Adrianne Schaunaman. Atwood – Kassidie Samson. Australia – Duane Johannsen, Lachlan Ross. Bahamas – David Romer. Basehor – Savannah Shiner. Beloit – Karissa Winkel. Brady, Neb. – Emery Swan. Brazil – Gabriel Oliveira. Burundi – Estella Akimana. Canada – Nathan Stark, Rhys Cornell, Logan Hofmann, Andrew Asselin, Matthew Coutney, Tyler McWillie, Tucker Zdunich, Ethan Francis. Colby – Abigail Tarango, Brittany Alexander, Laura Schroeder, Tayber Haremza, Taylen Hubbell, Brandon Johnson, Joseph Unruh, Kory Finley, Kurt Schroeder, Austin Brier, Jakob Tubbs, Anica Jestratijevic, Makenna Mettlen, Kellyn Wahlmeier, Jordan Schippers, Aaron Schriner. Colwich – Julie Archer. Croatia – Marija Kristina Mamic. Elkton, S.D. – Kayla Engwicht. Ellsworth – Emma Klein. Englewood, Colo. – Alexis Kagan. France – Alex Merle. Garden City – Brooke Navarro. Goodland – Emily Smith, Cienna Brannick. Grainfield – Brooke Bixenman. Grand Island, Neb. – Merriah Bockmann. Grinnell – Weston Lewis. Gunnison, Utah – Emily Brackett. Hickory Corners, Mich. – Mahealani Haegele. Hill City – Hannah McCollum, Greg Billips. Hoxie – KayAnn Schaffer, Brynn Niblock. Idalia, Colo. – Linda Cordova. Italy – Gloria Di Lauro. Jennings – Keri Vanover, Taylor Wahlmeier. Johnson – Caleb Carrasco. Juniata, Neb. – Emalie Krabel. Kingman, Ariz. – Sadie Snay. Kit Carson, Colo. – Brooke Crawford. Lincoln, Neb. – Megan Finegan. Manhattan – Alexis Allen, Tamara Sutton. McCook, Neb. – Krystal Barratt.McPherson – Danielle Lacy. Monument – Landee Kistler, Andrea Kuhlman. Mound Valley – Shyanne Jones. Mount Pleasant, Utah – Melayna Gillins. Oakley – Karsten Whyte. Oberlin – Scott Zeigler. Ogden, Utah – Katelyn Medina. Paxton, Neb. – Ryan Fox. Phillipsburg – Ashley Babcock. Plainville – Ava Brack. Price, Utah – Makenna Pendergrass. Quinter – Caleb Albin. Republic of Latvia – Rihards Sergis. Rigby, Idaho – Sarah Sheppard. Riverton, Utah – Kaylee Christiansen. Rochester, N.Y. – Rian Carter. Roy, Utah – Whisper Doliwa. Russell – Jessica Nichols. Saint Francis – Katie Schmid. Sharon Springs – Makayla Kuhlman. Syracuse – Emily Westeman. Tipton – Ashton Allen. Topeka – Lazrua' Osayande. Tribune – Heather Shivers. United Kingdom – Joshua Edwards. WaKeeney – Keagan Shubert. Wallace – Gabrielle Hammer. Winona – Taryn Stramel.

Students named to the Vice President’s Honor Roll include:

Atwood – Joanna Todd. Bird City – Rachel Keltz. Clovis, Calif. – Brittany Grabast. Colby – Anica Wilson, Bubacarr Sisay, Mariah Thompson, Mauro Arancibia Campos, Tayler Bieberle, Mikayla Boyce. Deerfield – Patrick Vanderknaap. France – Arthur Berthelin. Garden City – Madyson Knoll. Goodland – Hannah Eslinger. Gretna, Neb. – Sarah Asche. Hoxie – Landon Heim. Jonesboro, La. – Jason Evans. Julesburg, Colo. – Jacob Kline. Lindsborg – Rilee Carson. Oakley – Richelle Kitchel. Riverton, Wyo. – Darryl Baldes. Salina – Jacelyn Dawson. Sharon Springs – Carli Haislip. Saint Francis – Janeth Perez-Medina. Saint John – Cade Roberts. Syracuse – Harald Geven. Wallace – Kevin Martinek. Washington – Lauren Hubele. Wichita – Lesa Johnson, Phillip Sidebottom.