KPC students earn honors

KPC students earn honors

Kenai Peninsula College recently announced its Dean’s List and Chancellor’s List for the Spring 2017 semester. Students must earn a GPA of 3.5-3.9 to be eligible for the Dean’s List. Students with a GPA of 4.0 are eligible for the Chancellor’s List.

Dean’s List

Joshua D Bosnjak; Catherine J Bras; Stuart J Brown; Ila L Cobb; James S Combs; Thomas J Cox; Dalton J Driver; Jerrod B Dunbar; John E Engen; Marc B Fisher; Sabrina N Gibbs; Derek D Gibson; Jennifer Griffin; Nathan R Grilley; Josephine Harpole; Andrew J Hill; Colin M Kelley; Ashley B Landess; Benjamin Matlock; Courtney L McGee; Billy D Ogle; Jakelynn C Oliva; Collin D Oliver; Jose V Pons-Vives; Aleksey Rytikov; Derek J Sevcik; Michael T Shane; Kevin A Stone; Brayden T Storms; Louise M Tymrak; Jonathon Wolfe; Jessie Zimmerman.

Chancellor’s List

Shannon L Armstrong; Lucas S Bruxvoort; Christopher J Buchta; Stephanie J Carew; Samuel L Carroll; Paul G Clark ; Sean C Clifton; Cory B Crook; Michael B Echols; Ryan C Ertz; Miles A George; Stephan Gergilevich; Tessa R Gottlob; Naomi M Hess; Shawn W Jackinsky; Kaela M Jiron; Christopher R King; Amanda R LeClair; Alinna M Martin; Erick A Mayoral Murillo; Alan J Moiles; Joseph W Premo; Jessica L Ramirez; Joshua L Schultz; Daniel J Schwarzenberger; Stephen D Severson; Sadie J Sprenger; Paul R Thompson; Mark J Tiedemann; Brianna K Veillon; Ishmael J Waggoner; Joshua M Walters; Cassidi Welemin; Dianne L Wise; Nathaniel M Yannikos.

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