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Cottey Announces Spring 2019 Dean’s List

Date Posted: July 16, 2019 Author: Steve Reed

Cottey College is pleased to announce the following students were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2019 semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have a grade point average between 3.50 and 3.74 and have completed 12 credit hours.

  • Kasey Acton, Williamsburg, Michigan
  • Sarah Adams, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Phoebe Arthur, Port Townsend, Washington
  • Anna Borgerding, Hermann, Missouri
  • Sara Calderon, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Maria Campos, Nevada, Missouri
  • Kayla Castillo, Post, Texas
  • Jaiden Cherry, Nevada, Missouri
  • Avriana Daniels, Helena, Arkansas
  • Jessica DeWitt, Fort Smith, Arkansas
  • Grace Diaz, Houston, Texas
  • Avonya Divinity, Lacey, Washington
  • Amilee Dorantes, Park Forest, Illinios
  • Laureen Dulo, Easton, Pennsylvania
  • Ciara Dwyer, Watsonville, California
  • Cailin Fluty, Stillwater, Oklahoma
  • Sophia Goltl, Wichita, Kansas
  • Nao Hasegawa, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
  • McKayla Hines, Butler, Missouri
  • Ryann James, Edmond, Oklahoma
  • Yasmine Juhoor, Haute Marne, France
  • Kidest Ketema, Stone Mountain, Georgia
  • Kathryn Knox, Butler, Missouri
  • Grace LaNier, Phoenix, Oregon
  • Laurel Loyless, Fairview, Texas
  • Emily Marsh, Beaumont, California
  • Bianca Mendoza, Chicago Heights, Illinios
  • Jazzmin Miller, Independence, Missouri
  • Mikelah Moyer, Nevada, Missouri
  • Yustinah Ndambakuwa, Fredericksburg, Texas
  • Cassandra Ogden, Adrian, Missouri
  • Ashlyn Robertson, Nixa, Missouri
  • Tsion Shanko, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Brittany Simpson, Henderson, Nevada
  • Madeleine Smith, Beaverton, Oregon
  • Allison Tavarez, Long Beach, California
  • Whitli Thomas, Nevada, Missouri
  • Tamica Tillman, Alton, Illinios
  • Emily Turner, Olathe, Kansas
  • Rimsa Upreti, Bhaktapur, Nepal

Cottey College was established in 1884 by Virginia Alice Cottey, a Missouri teacher who dreamed of helping women receive higher education. The College is owned and supported by the P.E.O. Sisterhood, an international philanthropic organization focused on education for women. This support keeps Cottey strong and gives it the ability to change to meet the needs of today’s students.

Steve Reed

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