Piedmont Community College has released the names of students who were placed on various honor rolls for the Summer 2018 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:
Aryana Sheree Daye, Jessica Lauren Kradel, Dianna Dickens McGinty, Kateland Nicole Napier, and Michael David West.

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:
Julie W Bell, Jalen Michael Carver, Juliette Lisek, and Brooke Rebecca Peed.

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:
Amy Council Barbee, David Vance Blackwell, Shelby Leigh Blalock, Kierra L Bradsher, Kent Deon Cash, Krysta Tsula Chambers, Tracey Michelle Chambers, Lauren Nicole Collie, Cheryl Clayton Daniel, Camille Alexandria Daye, Stella Eryn Duffy, Yuritzi Guadalupe Garduno, Jessie Lynne Guill.

Kayla Grace Haley, Lauryn Hope Hatchett, Jared Christopher Hill, Christopher George Kistner, Ashley Lynn McKenna, Lauren Ashley Mooney, Yvonne Pettiford, Lynnette Holt Pool, Brittany Nicole Powell, Amanda Leigh Recicar, Wayne Robinson, Jacqueline Roman, John David Shaw, Ka’bria Shauntae’ Shepphard, Mary Waldo Shull, William Dann Stanfield, George Tsambounieris, Brittany Noelle White, Tiffani Bowman Woods, and Melinda Sue Young.

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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