Northern Oklahoma College
Enid and area students were among 699 freshmen and sophomores earning recognition on Northern Oklahoma College’s academic honor rolls for the spring semester.
Students earning a spot on the honor rolls completed a minimum of 12 core course hours during the semester with no incomplete grades. Those listed on the president’s honor roll earned a 4.0 grade point average. Those listed on the dean’s honor roll maintained a 3.0 or higher gpa.
President’s honor roll
ENID — Jacob Arita, Virgie Blankenship, Kimberly Bristol, Amanda Craig, Robin Cropper, Johnathan Elder, Phillip Elliott, Donna Gehring, Sarah Gerszewski, Isaiah Gomez, Jason Gurwell, Lennis Hicks, Daneen Holmes, Erin Hood, Brenda Johnson, Katie Jones, Nikki Juhnke, Lenita Krejci, Anne Lang, Kyle Linn, Gavin Lyle, Jonathan McCune, Melissa McGinnis, Carol McKinney, Cecil Midgett, Mark Molitor, Kelli Roberts, Christopher Rogers, Angela Shaw, Andrea Shellito, Ronda Short, Nicholas Sumpter, Robin Thatcher, Anthony Tozzi, Leal Trejo, Amanda Tucker, Reid Wise.
AMES — Brandi Scott
CHEROKEE — Tana Turney
COVINGTON — Michael Garcia
FAIRMONT — Dustin Bisig
FAIRVIEW — Jordon Kliewer, Stacy Wilcox
GARBER — Brandie Castillo
HENNESSEY — Cindy Bailey, Cara Hill, Steven Wood
ISABELLA — Kenneth Westfahl
KINGFISHER — Haley Myers, Sheri Yost
LAHOMA — Krystal Wilfong
LAMONT — Shannon Bruey, Megan Hill
MEDFORD — Mark Stout
NASH — Robert McCart
NARDIN — Alyson Reese, Isaac Reese
OKEENE — Sara Hauser, Courtney Seelke, Jeffrey Sublett
RINGWOOD — Jenipher Tooker.
Dean’s honor roll
ENID — Misty Alvarez, Jill Avery, Laren Barnes, Joshua Bell, Melissa Bell, Laci Bennett, Sarah Betchan, Brandon Bookout, Tracey Briggs, Darla Brooks, Darcy Bush, Jennifer Butler, Tammy Bynum, Coby Carson, Jessica Carson, Shannon Carter, Travis Chick, Dante Clark, Alicia Coffin, Citlalli Cuellar, Kelly Daniels, Jennifer Ehlers, Gwendolyn Emeron, Matthew Ernst, Kara Evans, Ellan Ezell, Kerri Garner, Chelsea Gilliland, Megan Greenwood, Edgar Guerrero, Lacie Hale, Alex Hammock, Constance Hansel, Harold Hays, April Heitfeld, Katie Herzig, Tabitha Hess, Richard Hill, Margaret Holloway, Steven Imgarten, Jennifer Johanson, Angela Johnson, Dara Kilgore, Brittaney Kyle, Jarrod Lainson, John LaMunyon, Kimberly Landolt, Kimberly Langton, Timothy Lavoie, Rachel Leher, Heather Linder, Lauri Lopez, Isaac Mardis, Mary-Elizabeth Mardis, Crystal Mathis, Jennifer Mayhugh, Damon McKinney, Jason Mendenhall, Austin Miles, Mary Miner, Magdalena Mona, Michelle Moody, Vianca Munoz, Derwin Norwood, Kristopher Osborn, Matthew Owings, Amanda Perez, Cynthia Pfrehm, Bailey Phillips, Shelby Pulis, Cynthia Ramos, Robin Reid, Jordan Riddle, Amy Rodgers, Priscilla Rodriguez, David Ruggia, Stacia Saint, Chasity Schaefer, Kimberly Scott, Jayme Seigars, Angela Simcoe, Lynsie Sloan, Brianna Smith, Donita Smith, Kirby Smith, Jordan Soucek, Terrie Standlee, Connie Stephens, Scott Taylor, Alecia Tomlinson, Jason Utterback, Joel West, Dustin White, Erica Williamson, Skyler Wills, Nathan Wilson, Kimberly Winfield, Kevin Woods, Pamela Zarrella.
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