Cottey College is pleased to announce the following students were named to the President’s List for the Spring 2019 semester. To be named to the President’s List, a student must have a grade point average of 3.75 or above and have completed 12 credit hours.
Karlie Acton, Williamsburg, Michigan; Kelsey Acton, Williamsburg, Michigan; Brenda Aldape, Chicago Heights, Illinois; Molly Alonso, Omaha, Nebraska; Andrea Appleton, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin; Magdalene Asare, Nevada, Missouri; Abigail Baumgartner, Sheldon, Missouri; Ashley Beckstrom Dokter, Overland Park, Kansas; Hanna Bell, Nevada, Iowa; Valerie Bond, Phoenix, Arizona; Lindsey Boord, Kansas City, Missouri; Katherine Bowes, Port Angeles, Washington; Morgan Brown, Hernando, Florida; Ceirra Carlson, Cheyenne, Wyoming; Dominica Chavez, Santa Rosa, New Mexico; Madora Daley-Green, Laramie, Wyoming; Melanie Dillon, Kent, Washington; Joan Dwomoh-Okudzeto, Nevada, Missouri; August Earls, Thayer, Missouri; Madison Edeler, Greybull, Wyoming; Katherine Eldredge, Monument, Colorado; Morgan Gamboa, Bakersfield, California; Helen Greer, Tacoma, Washington; Latasha Griggs, Meridian, Idaho; Kathryn Ingram, Jacksonville, Florida; Susana Irigoyen, Holtville, California; Anita Kamwendo, Nashville, Tennessee; Emily Killion, Stark City, Missouri; Hailey Lovgren, Moorhead, Minnesota; Kundai Matara, Davenport, Florida; Grace McKenzie, Nevada, Missouri; Chelsea Menshausen, Monticello, Minnesota; Mikayla Meyer, Chamberlain, South Dakota; Grayce Navratil, Shawnee, Kansas; Catherine Nolan, Vonore, Tennessee; Celestine Ooko, Kansas City, Missouri; Miranda Owens, Rostrenen, France; Michelle Palmer, Nevada, Missouri; Brooke Redburn, El Dorado Springs, Missouri; Darlina Rose, Nevada, Missouri; Natalie Sexton, Springfield, Missouri; Chido Shamuyarira, Fredericksburg, Texas; Claire Shannon, Corinth, Texas; Eyerusalem Teffera, Las Vegas, Nevada; Alexis Thill, Lacey, Washington; La Min Thiri, Olathe, Kansas; Sarah Van Horn, Blair, Nebraska; Rebecca Vukin, Bentonville, Arkansas; Kirsten Wallace, Redfield, Arkansas; Anna Walley, Archie, Missouri; Lucy Wambua, Machakos, Kenya; Geneva Webster, Columbus, Ohio; Sophie Weiss, Riverside, California; Calista Wielgos, Arlington Heights, Illinois; Allyson Williams, Climax Springs, Missouri; Tiffany Winter, Sarasota, Florida; Rayne Wright, Arma, Kansas.
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.