University of North Georgia announces local students on President’s Lists for spring 2020

DAHLONEGA, GA (05/29/2020)– University of North Georgia (UNG) President Bonita C. Jacobs recognized students who achieved a 4.0 GPA during the spring 2020 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 degree programs who met the same level of achievement were named to the President’s List.

Alexis Beaulieu of Loganville (GA) President’s List

Allison Hill of Loganville (GA) President’s List

Evan Rabeneck of Loganville (GA) President’s List

Parker Way of Loganville (GA) President’s List

Ingrid Dolvin of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Addie Hawk of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Joshua Swope of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Thomas Terrell of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Alyssa Topf of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Isabella Martinez of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Jason Rockmore of Monroe (GA) President’s List

Kathryn Corbett of Social Circle (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Andre Davis Brown of Social Circle (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Kacie Fincher of Social Circle (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Kaylee Hall of Social Circle (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Maxton Brown of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Aubrey Causey of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Hannah Cheek of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Darby Christy of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Cagney Collins of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Michaela Davis of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Alexis Giglio of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Meredith Gilbert of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Lana Goitia of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Emily Gray of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Madison Halstead of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Michaela Houk of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Jacob Hughes of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Megan Johnson of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Emily Knight of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Andrew LeClair of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Harrison LeClair of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Madison Lent of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Riley Patton of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Ashlyn Richards of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Megan Robichaux of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Khadene Scott of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Alexis Shoemaker of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Destiney Simmerman of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Makayla Skinner of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

John Steele of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Takerielle Travis of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Kyler Vaeth of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Alexis Williams of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Caitlin Yarbrough of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Ruthie Carlyle of Good Hope (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Ansley Bowman of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Mary Howes of MONROE (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Zachery McInnis of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Emma Rogers of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Hannah Steele of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Hannah Yancey of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Hannah Chisholm of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Rachel Cown of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Megan John of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Morgan Mathis of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Jordan Mitchell of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Ragan Weese of Monroe (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Austin Seidel of Loganville (GA) President’s Honor Roll

Rachel Dunbar of Loganville (GA) 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 ranging from certificate and associate degrees to professional doctoral programs.

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