Piedmont Community College has released the names of students who were placed on various honor rolls for the Summer 2015 Semester.

Named to the President’s List were students who completed a minimum course load of 12 credit hours and maintained a grade point average of 4.00. They were:
Robert Dylan Anderson, Lydia Drye Eanes, Michael Lynn Farmer, Kaitlyn Alexis Hicks, Kesha Ladonna Lineberry, Tammy Walker Prater, and Jennifer Rose Seamons.

Students qualified for the Dean’s List by attending PCC on a regular basis and maintaining a grade point average of 3.50 or better. Named to the Dean’s Lists were:
Brandy Ann Hargis and Hannah Elizabeth Hicks.

Students named to the Part-Time Honor Roll must attend PCC on a part-time basis and maintain a grade point average of 3.50 or better. These students included:
Tanika Danielle Bass, Elvia Karen Bello, Kimberly S. Bowes, Tammy Dement Broadwell, Tosha Keshon Brown, Deanna Dickerson Burch, Joshua Lance Coins, Tara Elizabeth Cole, Samantha Nicole Dales, Cheryl Clayton Daniel, Britney Victoria Davis, Daniel Loften Doyle, Thomas Andrew Doyle, David Christopher Dufour, Alan Louis Dunn, Stephanie Michelle Dunn, Kaitlyn Marie Elliott, Madeline Erdner, Shamonique Monet Ferguson.

Kaley Elizabeth Fuller, Wendy Lizeth Garibaldi-Prado, Donetta Gaskin, Staci Danielle Gerlich, Sheridan Nathaniel Halfacre, Virginia Jones Harris, Iris Cutinia Hester, Hunter Dawn Howard, James Boyd Hunter, Christian Thomas Iverson, Jill Blackwell Kaconas, Thomas Brewer Key, Vivian Omawumi Kpenosen, Laura K. Land, Laurel Bland Lane, Kevin Lasley, Diana Lea Mahaley, Joel Daryl Newton, Camille Grace Overcash.

Kenneth Austin Pulliam, Martin A. Ray, Pamela M. Rodgers, William Franklin Sharp, Ryan Andrew Silverman, Mika Elizabeth Smith, Kalin Jordan Strickland, Heather Elaine Terry, Stephanie Long Toone, Harvey Morris Webb, Jamie Tadlock Wesley, Teresa Lynn Whitfield, Samuel Wade Whitlow, Camry Danielle Wilkinson, Christina Shelay Williams, and Brittany L. Williford.

Questions about the PCC honor roll list should be directed to the Student Development Office in Building E on the Person County Campus or by calling (336) 322-2159.

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