University of North Georgia announces Dean’s Lists for fall 2023

press release from merit pages

DAHLONEGA, GA (01/03/2024)– The deans of each of UNG’s colleges announced the names of those students who made their respective lists for fall 2023.

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. Dean’s list honorees included:

  • Kimsey Snyder of Good Hope
  • David McClellan of Good Hope
  • Sarah Hadavi of Loganville
  • Seth Gran of Loganville
  • Brooke Bonnett of Loganville
  • Stephanie Smith of Loganville
  • Brian Clements of Loganville
  • Ashley Annis of Loganville
  • Madeline Mathis of Loganville
  • Zachary Evans of Loganville
  • Noah Jannett of Loganville
  • Ryan Lorenz of Loganville
  • Benjamin Butler of Loganville
  • Olamide Adekola of Loganville
  • Andrew Cannon of Loganville
  • Lydia Coursey of Loganville
  • Jacob Holtzclaw of Loganville
  • Courtney Smith of Loganville
  • Connor Hyche of Loganville
  • Vincent Curry of Loganville
  • Patrick Leftwich of Loganville
  • Emma Ladd-Thomas of Loganville
  • Emily Murdoch of Loganville
  • Trae Adkins of Loganville
  • Coty Martin of Loganville
  • Alexie Arden of Loganville
  • Morgan Robinson of Loganville
  • Garret Chucci of Loganville
  • Jacob Maddox of Loganville
  • Kylie Penn of Loganville
  • Raj Patel of Monroe
  • Katelyn Howlett of Monroe
  • Gadsten Locklear of Monroe
  • Lindsey Parish of Monroe
  • Abigail Wright of Monroe
  • Jennifer Batchelor of Monroe
  • Joseph Adams of Monroe
  • Tyson Rumley of Monroe
  • Emily Heidel of Monroe
  • Gabriel Icenogle of Monroe
  • Bryson Welborn of Monroe
  • Brayden Ratushny of Monroe
  • Audrey Gano of Monroe
  • Olivia Henry of Monroe
  • Grayson Perry of Monroe
  • Emily Truchan of Monroe
  • Joy Favara of Monroe
  • Tyson Lyons of Monroe
  • Makayla Stolarik of Monroe
  • Johnathan Rainey of Monroe
  • Rebecca Pettit of Monroe
  • Isabella Mathis of Monroe
  • Walker Brady of Monroe
  • Matthew Walden of Monroe
  • Cael Rothermel of Monroe
  • Mallory Mendenhall of Monroe
  • Ansley Vier of Social Circle
  • Marina Wall of Social Circle
  • Warren Grimsley of Social Circle
  • Ashlyn Allen of Social Circle

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 18,000 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 doctoral programs.

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