School Honor Rolls – February 7, 2018
Rend Lake College Fall 2017 Honors Lists
Rend Lake College is pleased to announce 370 students have made the President’s and Vice Presidents’ lists of academic honors for the Fall 2017 semester.
The lists include 142 individuals named to the President’s List. Those students earned a 4.0 grade point average (GPA) during the semester as a full-time student earning 12 credit hours or more. Another 228 students were named to the Vice Presidents’ List. Students on the Vice Presidents’ List earned a 3.50 – 3.99 GPA during the semester as a full-time student.
“On behalf of all the faculty and staff at Rend Lake College, I’d like to congratulate these high-achieving students for their continued success and commitment to academics,” said RLC President Terry Wilkerson. “They should be very proud of their achievements, and we wish them the best this spring semester and in their future.”
RLC students receiving academic honors for Fall 2017, listed by communities, are:
Ashley – Madison Bock
Coulterville – Chelsea Hill, David Sprehe
Du Bois – Kyle Kreger
Hoyleton – Laci Kempfer, Shayne Kempfer
Scheller – Lauren Frisch, Kamber Pyszka, Mackenzie Trader
Vice President’s List
Ashley – Alexandria Kubiak
Coulterville – Kelby Burns, Victoria Greer, Bryson Howie
Okawville – Kevin Koch
Richview – Steven Malick
Scheller – Dalton Banach, Emma Banach, Rebekka Delaney
Fortag Named To CMU Dean’s List
Central Methodist University student Nick Lane Fortag, from Ashley, Ill., has been named to the CMU Dean’s List for the Fall 2017 semester.
This outstanding academic achievement is awarded only to students who maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester, among other criteria, according to CMU Provost and Dean of the University Dr. Rita Gulstad.
Out of CMU’s nearly 5,000 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and College of Graduate and Extended Studies (CGES) students, 944 were named to the fall semester Dean’s List. These students study at CMU’s main campus in Fayette, at a CMU Center, or through CMU’s Online Programs.
Fortag studies through CMU’s Online Programs.
Since its founding in 1854, CMU has evolved into a university that confers master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s degrees through programming on its main campus in Fayette, Mo., and through extension sites and online.