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January 14, 2009
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Huntingdon College
News Release

Huntingdon Degree Completion Program Announces Fall 2008 Dean’s List

Montgomery, Ala.—At the end of each semester, the Huntingdon College Registrar's Office issues a list of students enrolled in the College's Adult Degree Completion Program (ADCP) who have achieved academic distinction in their course work during the semester and have earned inclusion on the Dean's List. To be named to the Dean's List, an ADCP student must have completed all course work for the semester, including at least three courses for which letter grades were issued, with an overall semester grade point average of 3.8 or higher.

Huntingdon ADCP offers accelerated bachelor's degree completion courses leading toward a degree in business in a one-night-a-week format, designed to fit easily into the busy schedules of working adults. ADCP students complete one or two classes at a time, with each class just five weeks in length. The program offers three five-week terms each semester. Classes are taught in eight locations throughout the state: at Huntingdon's campus in Montgomery; in Birmingham on the Center Point, Shelby, and Pell City campuses of Jefferson State Community College; in two locations in Baldwin County; in Enterprise at Enterprise-Ozark Community College; and in Brewton on the campus of Jefferson Davis Community College. Programs at locations other than Huntingdon's main campus require 30 transferable hours of college credit earned from regionally accredited institutions to be considered for admission.

The following students were named to the Huntingdon College Adult Degree Completion Program Dean's List for the fall semester, 2008. Students are listed in order by hometown.

 

Dean's List of Honors, Adult Degree Completion Program, Fall 2008

First Middle Last City State Location
Brian D. Curry Adger Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Lori S. Davis Alabaster Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Gary E. Morrison Alabaster Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Jennifer L. Prestridge Atmore Ala. Brewton—JDCC
Dana M. Austin Bay Minette Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Vinson J. Bradley Bay Minette Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Kay H. Corley Bay Minette Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Amanda M. Selph Bay Minette Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Russell S. Wallace Bay Minette Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Gary S. Hogue Bessemer Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Misty L. Appling Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Karen D. Chapin Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
John M. Dodd Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Nathanael R. Holloway Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Cristiane R. Hume Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Jason W. McCormick Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Jill A. Ramon Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Tonya R. Smitherman Birmingham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Laura M. Little Blountsville Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Karen M. Blair Brewton Ala. Brewton—JDCC
George   Hendricks Brewton Ala. Brewton—JDCC
Hermastine J. Lancaster Brewton Ala. Brewton—JDCC
Jennifer L. Pollitte Brewton Ala. Brewton—JDCC
Brandon J. Shores Brierfield Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Mary T. Baker Calera Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Brittney L. Colley Calera Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Jacob D. Jones Calera Ala. Shelby—JSCC
April M. Lucas Castleberry Ala. Brewton—JDCC
Amanda J. Ealy Centerpoint Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Mandy D. Goodson Childersburg Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Rosetta   Pender Daphne Ala. Daphne—Huntingdon
David K. Thacker Daphne Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Heather L. Scott Dothan Ala. Enterprise—EOCC
James R. Baker Fairhope Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Amanda M. Gipson Fultondale Ala. Shelby—JSCC
James A. Mann Gardendale Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Lesa A. America Hoover Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Rebecca D. Lindsay Hoover Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Geoffrey A. Newbern Hoover Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Teresa A. Lavergne Hope Hull Ala. Montgomery—Huntingdon
Christina J. Babineaux McCalla Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Kelly B. Saucier Mobile Ala. Bay Minette—FSCC
Clifton F. Cobb Montgomery Ala. Montgomery—Huntingdon
Jennifer L. Hawes Montgomery Ala. Montgomery—Huntingdon
Mona R. Mullins Montgomery Ala. Montgomery—Huntingdon
Kristen J. Lay Moody Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
David L. Williams Moody Ala. Pell City—JSCC
Sheryll C. Bryan Odenville Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Sandra D. Knox Pelham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Kathryn E. Verner Pelham Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Tara J. McCay Pell City Ala. Pell City—JSCC
Terry W. Whisenant Pell City Ala. Pell City—JSCC
John C. Cleveland Pinson Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Lynn H. Evans Pinson Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Jane E. Killough Pinson Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Danielle J. McDowell Pinson Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Gregory T. Brasher Pleasant Grove Ala. Shelby—JSCC
Hector L. Conde Prattville Ala. Montgomery—Huntingdon
Johnny R. Molden Prattville Ala. Montgomery—Huntingdon
Helen R. Carroll Springville Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Amanda R. Trudo Springville Ala. Pell City—JSCC
Kimberly P. Williams Sylacauga Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Veronica A. Brewer Trafford Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Taylor A. Denard Trussville Ala. Birmingham—JSCC
Kami K. Sandlin Trussville Ala. Birmingham—JSCC

 

 Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1854, Huntingdon is a coeducational liberal arts college. The College motto is "Enter to grow in wisdom; go forth to apply wisdom in service."

For more information about the Adult Degree Completion Program at Huntingdon College, see the Web site at http://www.huntingdon.edu/adcp or call Laura Duncan, director of enrollment management, at (334) 833-4402.

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