Kenai Peninsula College posts academic honors

Kenai Peninsula College recently released the names of students who earned Chancellor’s List and Dean’s List honors for the Fall 2015 semester.

To be eligible for the Chancellor’s List, a student must be an admitted, undergraduate, degree or certificate-seeking student enrolled in at least 12 credits graded with academic letter grades and must have earned a GPA of 4.0 for the semester.

To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must be an admitted, undergraduate, degree or certificate-seeking student enrolled in at least 12 credits graded with academic letter grades and must have earned a GPA of at least 3.50 for the semester.

Dagmar Badger

Richard Baker

Gabriel Boyle

Stuart Brown

Jonathan Bruxvoort

Lucas Bruxvoort

Shannon Cefalu

Davin Chesser

Cory Crook

Michael Echols

John Engen

Ryan Ertz

Joseph Garner Jr.

Sabrina Gibbs

Hannah Glaves

Jessica Hahn

Robert Hannam

Caleb Harshman

Theodore Heintz

Angela Hutchens

Colin Kelley

Natalie Kress

Alinna Martin

Peter Meliah

Brett Meyer

Sarah Newberry

Collin Oliver

Teagan Pollock

John Richtarcsik

Jayce Robertson

Paul Rude

Jeremiah Scheer

Stephen Severson

Katelyn Sexton

Karl Shibe

Benjamin Standerfer

Brayden Storms

Jesse Tauriainen

Philip Valenta

Catherine Wolk

Sadie Averill

Amanda Blum

Kyra Bodnar

Christopher Buchta

Adrian Chya

Benjamin Clock

Ila Cobb

Andrew Davis

Jonathon Delaquito

Graham Dinkel

James Eisenzimmer

Austin Frederic

Ashley Freeman

Jeremy Fruhwirth

Brooks Furlong

Miles George

Jonathan Gonzalez

Denali Goodwill

Shey Groeneveld

Jaclyn Hall

Alea Hanley

William Hart

Jesse Hostetter

Warren Huber

Shawn Jackinsky

Veronica Jones

Joshua Kartchner

Thomas Krier

Mirimia Kuzmin

Jessica Lasky

Andrew Leonard

Kyle McCown

Sarah McLeod

Lydia Medina

Kiara Miller

Jake Moore

Collin Morse

Emmalyn Murray

Nathan Narlock

Dallas Pierren

John Post

Kyle Potocek

Joseph Premo

Serena Prior

Samuel Rininger

Shawn Rodgers

Jessica Rogers

Rebecca Satathite

Michael Shane

Kassidy Stock

Elizabeth Thatcher

Lydia Thomas

Ferdie Villaflores

Victoria Virlan

Joshua Walters

Shyla Wesely

Dianne Wise

Joshua Wolf

Jessie Zimmerman

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