Piedmont Community College (PCC) has released the names of students who were placed on various honor rolls for the Summer 2017 Semester. Congratulations to these students!
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:
Holly Jo Foust, Candis Renee Barrett, Christina Alexandria Irby, Erynne Nicole Chalk, Tiffani Bowman Woods, Steven Wayne Mangum, and Raymon Michael Justin Durelli.
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:
Zachary T. Chaney
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:
Leah M. Pleasant, Justin Grant McGilvray, Monique LaPollae Sharp, Robert Durwood Smith, Rachel Michelle Tiday, Valenecia Marie Fortune, Spencer Eian Larson, Lewis Radford, Theresa Tucker Joyce, Kent Deon Cash, Payton Danielle Lea, Abigail Layne Farmer, Anna Nichole Vaughan, Aryana Sheree Daye, Bryan David Henderson, Tiffany L. Oldham, Donetta Gaskin, Metis Kaiko Meloche, Kyle Clifford Hansel.
Dianna Gail McGinty, Jenna Lee Wallace, Wayne Robinson, Savannah Lea Wilson, Alyssa Nicole Beeker, Joshua David Unger, Eden Celina Dunn, Stephanie E. Devillier, Jackson B. Loftis, Tyler Michael Lunsford, Andrew Lea Ward, Audrey Morgan Phelps, Bethany Amber Shull, Cassie Alayna Gentry, Adriana Elizabeth Zylka, Sydni Nicole Clayton, and Soren Williams.
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.
Interested in learning how you can enroll in courses at PCC? The College offers 13 and 8-week classes that will begin September 6 and October 12, respectively. Classes include Developmental Math and English, Medical Law and Ethics ( MED 118 ), Court Procedures and Evidence ( CJC 132 ), Medical Terminology II ( MED 122 ), Nurse Aide II ( NAS 102 ), Phlebotomy ( PBT 100 ), Orientation to Health Careers ( HSC 110 ), Developmental Psychology ( PSY 241 ), and Gunsmithing. In addition, the following 13-week PCC courses transfer to public universities in the North Carolina system: Statistical Methods ( MAT 152 ), General Psychology ( PSY 150 ), and Introduction to Sociology ( SOC 210 ).
For more information, visit www.piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 322-2159.