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Evening Students Earn Dean’s List Recognition

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News Release

May 25, 2018
For more information, contact: Su Ofe, (334) 833-4515; news@hawks.huntingdon.edu

Huntingdon Evening Students Earn Dean’s List Recognition

Montgomery, Ala.—At the end of each semester, the Huntingdon College Registrar’s Office issues a list of students enrolled in the College’s Evening Bachelor’s Degree  program who have achieved academic distinction in their coursework during the semester and have earned inclusion on the program’s Dean’s List of Honors. To be named to the Dean’s List, an evening student must have completed all coursework 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’s Evening Bachelor’s Degree, offered at ten Alabama sites, allows returning learners who have earned credit toward their bachelor’s degrees to complete their undergraduate degrees by taking classes just one night a week in five-week sessions. The course format accommodates busy lives and work schedules. Classes are offered in Bay Minette, Birmingham, Brewton, Center Point, Fairhope, Montgomery, Opelika, Rainsville, Shelby, and Sumiton.

Huntingdon Evening Bachelor’s Degree Dean’s List of Honors, Spring 2018

Students are listed in alphabetical order.

  • Ryan Anderson, Daphne, Alabama
  • Cody M. Bailey, Stevenson, Alabama
  • Theresa L. Black, Jasper, Alabama
  • Ethan T. Booth, Leeds, Alabama
  • James B. Carty, Trafford, Alabama
  • Megan M. Caylor, Auburn, Alabama
  • Jason D. Cramer, Foley, Alabama
  • Whitney L. Cruthird, Silverhill, Alabama
  • Matthew B. Cunningham, Daphne, Alabama
  • Matthew B. Cunningham II, Daphne, Alabama
  • Tyler P.  Damiano, Valley, Alabama
  • Shane O. Davis, Mount Vernon, Alabama
  • Candice L. Dawe, Atmore, Alabama
  • Cynthia Elder, Helena, Alabama
  • Aaron H. Ellison, Auburn, Alabama
  • Ariel D. Faircloth, Brewton, Alabama
  • Jeremy S. Fisher, Birmingham, Alabama
  • Frances N. Grier, Wetumpka, Alabama
  • Joshua M. Hairston, Fort Payne, Alabama
  • Justin T. Hanners, Lanett, Alabama
  • Katie M. Hatfield, Ider, Alabama
  • Andrew J. Hicks, Prattville, Alabama
  • Charman Howell, Fort Payne, Alabama
  • Madalyn R. Ingram, Summerdale, Alabama
  • Casey Jackson, Atmore, Alabama
  • Robin M. Johnson, Gainestown, Alabama
  • Carson A. Keele, Hollywood, Alabama
  • Auden S. Lassitter, Atmore, Alabama
  • Joy T. Lymon, Foley, Alabama
  • Melissa S. McBrayer, Pelham, Alabama
  • Christopher A. McGough, Nauvoo, Alabama
  • Carl A. Mitchell, Trussville, Alabama
  • Austin T. Money, Opelika, Alabama
  • Gaynor N. Moore, Daphne, Alabama
  • Jawaun M. Murphy, Auburn, Alabama
  • Matthew Nesbitt, Calera, Alabama
  • Jennifer O. Nichols, Jasper, Alabama
  • Rosamaria L. Paredes, Higdon, Alabama
  • Rosalie Perl Greene, Calera, Alabama
  • Mary S. Presley, Bay Minette, Alabama
  • Matthew M. Sammis, Vestavia, Alabama
  • Patricia K. Sinclair, Birmingham, Alabama
  • Jonathan A. Stiff, Opelika, Alabama
  • Ashley Stroud, Lanett, Alabama
  • Elizabeth A. Taylor, Flomaton, Alabama
  • Tanera A. Thigpen, Bay Minette, Alabama
  • Austin B. Waller, Opelika, Alabama
  • Kaylee E. Ward, Empire, Alabama
  • Kayla White, Fairhope, Alabama
  • Brandon D. Wolfe, Silverhill, Alabama
  • Tyler York, Daphne, Alabama

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.
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Suellen (Su) Ofe
Vice President
for Marketing and Communications
Huntingdon College
1500 E. Fairview Ave., Montgomery, AL 36106
(334) 833-4515; Cell (334) 324-6591
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