, Corbin, KY


June 7, 2011

SCC announces Spring 2001 Dean's List

CORBIN — One hundred and seventy-five students from the Tri-County were named to Somerset Community College Dean’s List for the Spring 2011 semester. SCC’s enrollment is more than 9,200 students with a total of 701 students making the spring Dean’s List.

To be a member of the Dean’s List, a student must maintain a 3.5 grade point average and be a full-time student at Somerset Community College. A full-time student must take 12 credit hours during a semester, excluding developmental classes.

Laurel County:

Bobbi M Abner, Cassie, Abner, Stephen, Joseph Acampa, Jennifer G Adams, Tamara L Andrews, Michelle Burlene Asher, Peter T Ayers, Daniel R Baker, James Monroe Baker, Kayla Michele Baker, Byron Pearl Bales, Matthew S Ball, Seth A Bargo, Jonathan Bradley Baxter, Priscilla Angela Baxter, Frances Denise Benge, Rickie G. Bennett, Allison Brianne Blanton, Kathy Darlene Boggs, Teresa Darlene Boggs, Amanda L Bowling, Dewayne B Bowman, Georgina Renee Bray, Mary A Brogan, Susan R Bruner, Norma Sue Buker, Alexander Cardin, Shana Latavia Caudill, Wiliam D. Chasteen III, Angela Sue Church, Christon Andrew Cornett, Crystal J Davis, Stephanie D Denny, Alicia Lee DeRose, Brenda Duncan, Chris H Eggers, Sheila Eversole, Whitney Blake Farris, Melissa S. Feltner, Corey T Fugate, Zhanna Fugate, Johnathon Paul Gillette, Carl K Hale, Tiffany Hale, Courtney Amber Hall, Audra Quinn Hamm, Dana Hammons, Pansy Sue Harris, Joy Lenea Hensley, Jackie Elizabeth Hill, Nathena K Hobbs, Brittany N Hodges, Robert Vernon Holmes II, Tina Renee Howard, Melissa Loraine Hurley, Hazel LeAnn Jackson, Paula Ann Jackson, Matthew Kenton Johnson, Bradley Stephen Karr, Gary Karr, Lonnie Daniel Kilburn, Lauren Lynell Kirby, Kylie Lewis, Robyn N Lovell, Leah Marcum, Merry M Marks, Justina S McClenney, Byron Alexander McIntosh, Robert Melton, Lisa Nicole Merriss, Danielle M Miller, Marjorie A Mitchell, Heather M Morse, Carla S Mounts, Margaret F Muniz, Rebecca RuthAnn Nolan, Brittney A Owens, Christopher M Parker, Janessa Danielle, Parker, Kendra L Perkins, Albert Marion Potter Jr., Dawn Michelle Ritchie, Kyle V Shrader, Misty Rose Simpson, Racheal S Sims, Jason Lee Sizemore, Frankie Lee Smith, Christopher C Sprinkles, Kevin Dwayne, Staats, Jeffrey Lynn Steely, Jonathan Doyle Stewart, Theresa Stutler, Luckissa C Sullivan, Andrea D Sutton, Ashley Hope Swanson, Alicia Danielle Taylor, Andrew Michael Truty, Cynthia G Turner, Erica P Turner, Houston D Vaughn, Christina T Vetor, Samantha Vickers, Farrah Lynnette Wagers, Kayla Ann Walker, Joseph Edward Webb, William J Wright, Jamie DeAnne Wyatt, and Stephen Andrew Zawko.

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