Northwestern releases summer honor roll

September 5, 2017


Honor rolls for the spring semester at Northwestern Oklahoma State University have been announced by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Those on the President’s Honor Roll earned all A’s, or a 4.0 grade point average (GPA), in a minimum of 12 undergraduate or nine graduate hours. Those on the Vice President’s list had grade point averages of 3.5 or better in a minimum of 12 undergraduate or nine graduate hours.

Undergraduate students on the honorable mention lists had 4.0 or 3.5 GPAs, respectively, in a minimum of three to a maximum of 11 semester hours. Graduate students on those rolls were enrolled in a minimum of three to a maximum of eight semester hours.

To be listed on any of the rolls, students could not have any incomplete work.

Listed by hometowns, those students on the various honor rolls are as follows:

PRESIDENT’S HONOR ROLL
Graduate & Post-Graduate Students

OKLAHOMA

ALVA – Cecely Franz, Shane Hansen, Jessica Ortiz

BEAVER – Marian Becker

BROKEN ARROW – Lisa Johnston

COVINGTON – Kathryn Golay

ENID – Melissa Crawford, Minjung Kang, Kelsey Knight, Craig Liddell, Sarah Otto, Jessica Taylor, Jennifer Thompson

FAIRVIEW – Sarahi Wilson

GUYMON – Steve Macias     

HELENA – Whitney Cotton

HENNESSEY – Kelsie Howard

LAWTON – Juliet Nnaji

MEDFORD – Trent Misak

MOORELAND – Morgan Plummer

MULHALL – Jordan McLemore

OKLAHOMA CITY – Stephanie Hayes

PONCA CITY – Brandie Choate, Michael Degan, Elise Quiroz

SHATTUCK – Hilarie Laverty

STILLWATER – Ashley Wilson

TONKAWA – Karri Harris, Ethan Huff

TULSA – Michael Prokopis

WEATHERFORD – Ryan Felder

WOODWARD – Craig Hixon, Delon Starkey

CALIFORNIA

LIVERMORE – Katie Draschner

COLORADO

DENVER – Shawn Dirden

ILLINOIS

SHIRLEY – Ann Abbey

LOUISIANA

BELLE CHASSE – Rebecca Appelt

TEXAS

DENISON – Ryan Schumaker

PAMPA – Reid Miller

ROWLETT – Clayton Garcia

Undergraduate Students

OKLAHOMA

ALVA – Emmarae Cook, Mercedes Kirkhart, Enoch Quansah, Sonja Williams    

ALINE – Matthew Curry

BARTLESVILLE – Brianna Wellman

BURLINGTON – Alysson Stewart, Carter Stewart

CARMEN – Courtney Gentry

ENID – Dana Kausek

HARRAH – Jarod Medved

JET – Joshua Worman

LAVERNE – Shelbi Morland

MOORELAND – Jessica Goodballet

NORMAN – Samantha Wilson

OKLAHOMA CITY – Sara Belmir, Abiebatou Chatman, Colin Smith

PONCA CITY – Elizabeth Dixon, Amber Scott

POND CREEK – Carly Farmer

SEILING – Darci Sander

SCHULTER – Dana Morrow

SHAWNEE – Brandy Hinesley-Chambers

TISHOMINGO – Emilie Ann Dean

TYRONE – Amber Andrews

WOODWARD – Mayte Rosales

KANSAS

COLUMBUS – Milissa Britt

TEXAS

FARWELL – Chanel Martin

HEARNE – Zackery Short

AFRICA

RWANDA – Jean Nshimiyimana  

SOUTH AFRICA – Joshua Calder

VICE-PRESIDENT’S HONOR ROLL
Graduate & Post-Graduate Students

OKLAHOMA

ALVA – Chantel Frei, RaLyssa Taylor

BLACKWELL – Lorrene Desbien

ENID – Kristina Bernitsky, Joshua Guinn, Timothy Lavoie

GUYMON – Krista Prince

LAMONT – Louanna Braden

PURCELL – Dylan Painter

PERRY – Nancy Crow

IOWA

AURELIA – Ryan Wilkinson

KANSAS

CHENEY – Alisha Cox

LOUISIANA

NEW ORLEANS – Chandra Kimble

TEXAS

MIDLOTHIAN – Chelsie Wood

CANADA

ONTARIO – Jason Barlett

Undergraduate Students

OKLAHOMA

ALVA – Alana Adams

BALKO – Ryann Blackburn

BARTLESVILLE – Jack Armstrong

BURLINGTON – Sadie Vore

COVINGTON – Crystal Gillett

ENID – Lacie Jankey, Ramsey Williams

LAMONT – Haley Stacy

MARSHALL – Tricia Franke

PAWNEE – Melissa Pipestem

STILLWATER – Chelsea Fitzpatrick

TONKAWA – McKenzie Simpson

YUKON – Jessica Gibson 

WAGONER – Erin Webb

WOODWARD – Manda Wheeler

COLORADO

HOTCHKISS – Samantha Henderson

TEXAS

STEPHENVILLE – Maverick Harper

AFRICA

ZIMBABWE – Faith Changara

CANADA

LONDON – Olivia Brock

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CONTACT FOR RELEASE
Ali Gavitt, University Relations Specialist
apgavitt@nwosu.edu; 580-327-848



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