KPC students earn honors

Kenai Peninsula College students earn honors

The following students have earned academic honors at Kenai Peninsula College for the Fall 2016 semester. To be eligible for the Chancellor’s List, students must have a 4.0 GPA. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must earn a GPA of 3.5-3.99.

Fall 2016

Chancellor’s List

Benjamin S Belknap

Stuart J Brown

Lucas S Bruxvoort

Samuel L Carroll

Shannon N Cefalu

Sean C Clifton

Cory B Crook

Michael B Echols

Ryan C Ertz

Josef D Franke

Miles A George

Stephan Gergilevich

Sabrina N Gibbs

Tessa R Gottlob

Nathan R Grilley

Jeremiah R Hudson

Shawn W Jackinsky

Alan J Moiles

Collin R Morse

Kenton W Payne

Wonnimit Petchsaitip

Joseph W Premo

John E Richtarcsik

Preston G Rucker III

Joshua L Schultz

Katelyn G Sexton

Brayden T Storms

Anthony Taylor

Joshua M Walters

Nathaniel M Yannikos

Fall 2016 Dean’s List

Christopher J Buchta

Cory R Carver

Ila L Cobb

Reece E Cowan

Thomas J Cox

Jordyn K Cram

Andrew J Davis

Krista B Dunn

Christopher A Feero

Joseph G Garner Jr.

Derek D Gibson

Jose J Gomez-Catalan

Jennifer B Griffin

Naomi M Hess

Colin M Kelley

James C Kozel

Jake T Kueber

Alinna M Martin

Courtney L McGee

Connor McKamy

Eric B McKamy

Jake D Moore

Joseph Newby

Collin D Oliver

Dallas J Pierren

Jaclyn Rainwater

Nicole E Reid

Mitchell S Rowe

Cherie E Rushing

Aleksey Rytikov

Stephen D Severson

Matthew D Sprenger

Kevin SStone

Elijah D Taylor

Paul R Thompson

Ashley J Tucker

Louise M Tymrak

Stephan W Wilson

Jonathon Wolfe

Kevin E Wright

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