Glen Oaks announces Fall 2015 scholars

Glen Oaks Community College announces its outstanding scholars for the Fall 2015 Semester. Students on the President’s Honor Roll achieved a grade point average of 3.75-4.0. Students on the Dean’s Honor Roll achieved a grade point average of 3.5-3.74. The students are listed alphabetically according to their towns of residency.

President’s Honor Roll

Michigan Residents

Athens: Lorraine Cousino

Bronson: Margarita Landeros Rena, Dominique Lloyd, Clare Mayes, Cathy Moore, Jillian Pyles, Alexa Ratkowski, Allison Sikorski, Chase Thrams

Burr Oak: DeVonna Allison, Kristina Drake, Lance Ochampaugh, Stephanie Torres-Murguia

Cassopolis: Jamie Barrett

Centreville: Andrea Bell, Strawberry Blum, John Clark, Rebecca Clementz, Kathryn Gage, Christina Johnson, Nicholas Kelley, Alexander Lafler, Keyara Long, Caleb Miller, Becca Riess, Bethany Riess, Michael Riess, Destinee Rule, Joshua Schwartz, Travis Shears, Kelsea Slone, Courtney Stauffer, Noah Stauffer

Coldwater: Jonah Klingler

Colon: Morgan Czajkowski, Gianna Eagle, Jane Eckert, Amber Fisher, Kayla Haskin, Kathleen Hostetler, Sarah Hutson, Trevor Jensen, Andrew Lash, Megan Martin, Madison Miller, Christel Schwartz, Chase Tomlinson, Brianna Vinson

Constantine: Jessica Bixler, Victoria Carter, Brian Doering, Vanessa Drust, Diana Garcia, Kaitlyn Gross, Malorie Hulse, Michael McCuaig, Brianna O’Brien, Katie Wagner, Randy Waterman

Decatur: Brian Muir

Galesburg: Austin Lansky

Jones: Noelle Dunn, Haley Frizzell

Kalamazoo: Sarah Brinkert, Modeste Mukaneza, Robert Murangira

Lawton: Kelsea Hegenauer

Leonidas: Deane Shapley

Marcellus: Jessica Glass

Mendon: Seth Burpee, Michael Campbell, Brandy Deleeuw, Samantha Griffith, Jacob Hagenbuch, Alexander Heckman, Cody Kline, Alexis Leighton, Caitlin Leighton, Mary Leighton, Olivia Leighton, Calvin Oke, Cassandra Plummer, Dylan Plummer, Hannah Rice, Garrett Russell, Tianna Sears, Angela Smith, Lara Speece, Julia Sutter, Katelyn Thornton, Brooke Vanzoest, Andrew Wheeler, Austin Yunker, Megan, Zinsmaster

Nottawa: Travis DeWitt

Sherwood: Ronny Moyer, Jhenna Puckett, Abigail Stoll

Sturgis: Lauren Alldredge, Adam Barkley, Lenore Borden, Miranda Bystry, Sarah Cline, Michelle Deam, Arielle Dejnowski, Lauren Dill, Madison Eazsol, Sarah Flowers, Jacob Gauthier, Jeremy Gooch, Ashley Goss, Christian Griffioen, Megan Hill, Ashlee Holtz, Jennifer Jankiewicz, Ammara Kanjanayothee, Anthony Kuhbander, Susana Luna-Perez, Molly McLain, Hans Miller, Ashley Milliman, Raul Morales, Sarah Quirin, Viviana Rubio, Haley Schlabach, Elijah Schwartz, Leslie Tullos, Vianey Urbina Castaneda, Storm Walter, Mathew Whitsel, Jennifer Wood, Coleman Zarza

Tekonsha: Corbin McCowan-Stevens

Three Rivers: Amber Alderson, Alyssa Arrington, Rachael Arrington, Jennifer Barner, Steven Bartolameolli, Victoria Bass, Christina Borchardt, Nicholas Bordine, Amber Chapman, Gillian Cupp, Valarie DeBoer, Molly Elnick, Hannah Frye, Jared Hughes, Rebecca Lorenz, Michaela Lutz, Arlene Mathews, Teah Mayer, Collin Meyer, Julie Milliman, Meryn Mostrom, Parker Mostrom, Susan Nierodzinski, Matthew Paavola, Alexander Poff, Rachel Reese, Alexander Roberts, Pamella Saffold, Paige Schoon, Bailey Slentz, Scott Snyder, Megan Southland, Robert Tomlinson, Jordan VanOss, Miranda Velasco, Ebony Warren, Katrina Waters, Victoria Wheeler, David White, Hannah Wilkins

Union: Chloe Cornwell

Union City: Brandon Powell, Carley Robertson, Rachel Wing

White Pigeon: Raul Carmona, Skyler DeMeyer, Allison Harker, Brittany Harman, Elizabeth Holmes, Darcie Johnson, Sierra Mullins, Meelan Patel, Kloe Pettit, William Roose, Demorous Wickey, Cheyenne Yoder

 

Indiana Residents

Howe: Aaron Hooley, Eric Hooley

Lagrange: Ayla Besinger, Madison Campbell

Orland: Roxanne Bartholomew

Shipshewana: Sidney Byrkett, Sheila Galinis, Corina Hochstetler

International/Brazil Resident

Sao Paulo: Isabella Palhoni de Lima

 

Dean’s Honor Roll

Michigan Residents

Athens: Amy Kline

Battle Creek: Skyler Herman

Bronson: Keagon Beatty, Stacie Cleland, Mykal Kline, Kelsie Letendre, Thomas Littlefield, Nathaniel Mittler, David Roderick, Kelcy Sikorski

Burlington: Logen Dowell

Burr Oak: Oakley Stevens

Centreville: Olivia Pop Higgins, Tyler Sheteron

Coldwater: Challyn Hodge, Casey Williams

Colon: Dillon Baker, Nathan Clipfell, Bailey Fisher, Coni Nickles, Amber Stoll

Constantine: McKenna Bowdish, Kelsi Dingess, Kayla Loose, Chantelle McMillin, Alexis Middleton, Abbigayle Vercler

Jones: Lauren Vanderhoof, Elizabeth Weston

Leonidas: Jonah Grimm, Walker Truckey

Marcellus: Stephanie Bazant, Meredith Glass

Mendon: Malakai Baldwin, Kasie Burnau-Hodges, Kendra Classen, Taylor Schmidt, Ruben Vorster, Megan Wilson

Portage: Kyle Kuzmick

Schoolcraft: Amanda Phillips

Sherwood: Jalen Boes

Sturgis: Fabio Arciga, Teresa Atkison, Kelsey Caposey, Sky Carpenter, Stephanie Carpenter, Jacob Cline, Rodrigo Delgado, Vanessa Delgado, Ramiro Flores, Karin Garcia, Shae Hamlin, Joshua Hill, Charen Keesling, Jeremy Long, Jordache Mavunga, Makenzie Miller, Robert Mullen, Katrina Rigby, Amanda Ritchie, Matzuri Romero, Carrie Scholten, Trever Sprowls, Alexandra Strong, Faith Van Drunen, Corey Yeakey

Three Rivers: Emmalee Benson, Mary Bright, Alicia Bryant, Jessica Carlton, Michael Castillo, Mihret Craft, Leah Crooks, Annette Gabbeart, Justin Holbrook, Meranda Hubin, Jacob Huff, Daven James, Angelina Lau, John Londono, Lezlie Lull, Sheyenne Melchi, Mary Quinn, Taylor Rider, Jelani Shinn, Jeshani Shinn, Cole Soncarty, Amber Speece, Tami Thomas, Maegan Trammell, Jennifer Weatherwax

Union City: Brandan Cross, Grant Gay

White Pigeon: Mitchel Black, Tena Burkey-Zimmerman, Hannah Carr, Bethany Hagner, Desiree Rachwal, Jordan Smith, Julieanna Suszko, Chase Sweitzer, Jennifer Elayek

 

Indiana Residents

Shipshewana: Jesse Kooistra

Topeka: Matthew Handshoe

 

Glen Oaks Community College is a quality provider of education programs serving the needs of residents and businesses of St. Joseph County and beyond. The College, established in 1965, sits on 300 acres of land in rural Centreville, Mich. GOCC offers 18 associate degree programs and 19 certificate programs. The student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1 affords students personal attention and provides opportunities to for them to accomplish their goals and grow and succeed in a supportive, ethical and academic environment.