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GALLATIN—Seven Montgomery County students were named to the fall dean's list at Volunteer State Community College. 

Local students who made the dean’s list included Joseph Skernivitz Jr., Amber Norfleet, Tracy Lilly, Oanh Denizard-Rehm, Heather Roth and Dalon Gadson, all of Clarksville, and Dakotah Danner, of Cunningham.

The dean's list recognition is awarded to students who completed a minimum of 12 collegiate-level hours with at least a 3.75 grade-point average during the awarding term.

Volunteer State Community College has more than 100 programs of study and offers two-year degrees, certificates and paths to university transfer. Continuing education and workforce development extend the college mission to the entire community. For more information, visit volstate.edu

Tennessee's Community Colleges Tennessee's Community Colleges is a system of 13 colleges offering a high-quality, affordable, convenient and personal education to prepare students to achieve their educational and career goals in two years or fewer. It offers associate’s degree and certificate programs, workforce development programs and transfer pathways to four-year degrees. For more information, visit tncommunitycolleges.org.

 

Jordan makes Austin Peay State University dean's list 

 

Austin Peay State University recognized Dwayne Jordan, of Clarksville, as one of more than 2,300 students named to the dean's list for academic achievement during the fall semester.

To qualify for the dean's list, students must earn a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or greater.

 

Giraldo recognized by University of North Georgia for earning 4.0

 

DAHLONEGA, Ga.—Chesnee Janea Giraldo, of Clarksville, was named to the president's honor roll at the University of North Georgia for achieving a 4.0 grade-point average during the fall semester.

Bonita C. Jacobs, president of UNG, recognized Giraldo and other students who reached the academic achievement during the fall semester. Students enrolled in 12 or more credit hours in bachelor's degree programs who achieved a 4.0 grade-point average were named to the president's honor roll. Students enrolled in associate’s degree programs who met the same level of achievement were named to the president's list.

Positioned in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia comprises five campuses united by a single mission focused on academic excellence and academic and co-curricular programs that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. The University of North Georgia is a University System of Georgia leadership institution and is the Military College of Georgia. With more than 20,000 students, the University of North Georgia is one of the state's largest public universities. The university offers more than 100 programs of study that range from certificate and associate degrees to professional doctoral programs.

 

Two Clarksville students make University of North Georgia dean's list

 

DAHLONEGA, Ga.—The deans of each of University of North Georgia’s five announced the names of two Clarksville students who made their respective lists during the fall semester.

Casey Wagoner and David Vinci were among students named to the dean’s list. 

Dean's list recognition is achieved by having at least a 3.5 grade-point average, carrying 12 or more credit hours in one semester and having no grade lower than B.

Positioned in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia comprises five campuses united by a single mission focused on academic excellence and academic and co-curricular programs that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. The University of North Georgia is a University System of Georgia leadership institution and is the Military College of Georgia. With more than 20,000 students, the University of North Georgia is one of the state's largest public universities. The university offers more than 100 programs of study that range from certificate and associate degrees to professional doctoral programs.

 

Four Clarksville students graduate from Troy University

 

TROY, Ala.—Four Clarksville students who completed the requirements for graduation during the fall semester and term 2 of the academic year graduated from Troy University. 

The fall semester included graduates from the Troy, Ala., campus. Term 2 graduates included students at Troy’s campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Ala., along with teaching sites outside of Alabama and online.

Local students who graduated included Ruy Diaz Diaz, Steven Doffin, Tia Martin and Omar Taylor, all of Clarksville.

Troy University is a public, historic, international university with 22,500 students and 154,000 alumni. Students choose Troy for its quality academic programs, reasonable costs and availability of financial aid, faculty and flexible in-class and online class offerings. Students on the Troy, Ala. campus enjoy a traditional college experience, while adult students are the centers of attention at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City, Ala., as well as at locations around the world and online.

 

Two Clarksville students make president’s list at Bob Jones University 

 

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Two Clarksville students were among about 670 Bob Jones University students named to the president's list for high academic achievement during the fall semester.

To qualify for the president's list, students must earn a 3.75 or higher grade-point average for the semester.

Rebekah Haymond, a sophomore studio art major from Clarksville, was named to the president's list.

Rachel Powell, a junior studio art major from Clarksville, was named to the president's list.

Located in Greenville, South Carolina, Bob Jones University provides a regionally accredited Christian liberal arts education purposely designed to inspire a lifelong pursuit of learning, loving and leading.

BJU offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in religion, education, fine arts and communication, arts and science, health sciences and business. BJU has nearly 3,000 students from nearly every state and more than 40 countries. 

 

Four Clarksville students make dean’s list at Midway University 

 

MIDWAY, Ky.—Four Clarksville students were named to the dean’s list at Midway University during the fall semester. 

Those named to the dean’s list included Bailey Foote, Jasmine Jordan, Tatayana Outlaw and Britanie Taylor, all of Clarksville. 

To be named to the list, a student must be classified as full-time and earn a 3.60 grade-point average for the semester. There were 283 students who made the dean’s list.

 

Collins named to DePauw fall dean's list

 

GREENCASTLE, Ind.—Brandon Collins, of Clarksville, was named to DePauw University's fall dean's list.

The dean's list recognizes students who achieve a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. 

Founded in 1837, DePauw University is a top-ranked, 100% residential, private liberal arts university in Greencastle, Indiana. Through its college of liberal arts and school of music, DePauw provides highly personalized education in small classes, with 95% of its graduates employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. DePauw is ranked fifth for study abroad, and 80% of students receive academic credit for off-campus study, including internships, independent projects and service work. 

The university is ranked in the top 20 for both graduate salaries and internship opportunities among private institutions, eighth for Fulbright Scholars, eighth for producing top business executives, eighth for graduate salaries, and second for Teach For America employees. Graduates have a 90% acceptance rate for medical school and an 80% acceptance rate for law school, both well higher than the national average.

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