SRTC Recognizes Record Number of President’s List Students

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On January 6, 2019, the administration at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recognized a record number of 238 exceptional students achieving the honor of President’s List for the fall 2019 term.

Each semester, SRTC recognizes students who have accomplished high academic achievement through the President’s List. In order to qualify for the President’s List, students must meet two criteria: earn a grade of “A” in all coursework attempted and be enrolled in 12 semester credit hours or more at the College.

“Each of these students worked diligently and earned these high marks last semester,” said President Jim Glass. “The work ethic and dedication to excellence that they have demonstrated will no doubt translate to further career and life successes as they move forward in life. I am so proud of each one of the students that chose to start here at SRTC.”

congratulations The President’s List designees for the 2019 fall semester include: Madeline Chance of Albany, Caitlyn Preston of Arlington, Chastity McCoy, Anjali Patel, Kayla Register, and Quinteria Hall Ashburn, Whitley Porter and Taylor Johnson of Attapulgus, Sondra Gordon of Baconton, Sierra Robinson, Brian Loyless, Kelly Willingham, Kadence Johnson, Soledad Sanchez, Lorraine Sixtos, Lacey West, and Zaria Frazier of Bainbridge, Samantha Salazar-Perez, and Michelle Burdette of Berlin, Shaquna Reed, and Jaa Tucker of Blakely, John Maichele, Delandra Walker, Heidi Capistran, Damiya Daniels, Jenna Davison, and Richard Maxwell of Boston, Riley Maynard, James Whigham, Jennifer Alfaro, Raytwon Brown, Emily Harvey, Bryan Porter, Gage Ridley, Tyneishe' Bentley, Jennifer Cliett, Sandy Matias-Perez, Elizabeth Thompson, Jordan Morrow, Jackie Andrews, Laura Maxwell, Morgan Whigham, Shanice Kelley, and Clayton Sullivan of Cairo, Kisne Gardner, Nathan Pace, Ashleigh Bell, and Cherreka Reese of Camilla, Damon Roberts and James Applewhite of Chula, Anna Batchelor and Ivey Owens of Coolidge, Katlin Henson, Ashley Rogers, Pamela Tyson, Katherine Kimbrel, and Sylvia Comer of Doerun, Windy Bell of Donalsonville, Tammie Barfield, Mitchell Maluda, and Steven Hurne of Enigma, Stephanie Buckner of Hartsfield, Courtney Davis Whittington of Homerville, Heidi Rentz of Leary, Kristen Morris of Lee, Zachary Moore of Milledgeville, Mary Cummings of Morven, Roderick Hughes, Amanda French, Yesenia Ramos, Cynthia Peters, Tonya Tillman, Alan Smith, Kerri Worth, Garrett Griffin, William Strickland, Sarah Gay, Aholiba Martinez, Marla Wetherington, Yasmin Doroteo-Perez, Kaylin Niezek, Ansley Alvis, Nicholas Ulakovits, Jordann Swanner, Stephanie Abrams, Jennifer Brown, Kamery Dunn, Orlandria Fluellen, Courtney French, Erin Norman, Diana Romulo Morgado, Shannon Sangster, Emily Tillman, Ada Anderson, James Black, Austin Lassetter, Mira Patel, Danielle Brown, Hunter Lassetter, Elizabeth Ramirez-Hernandez, Saralyn Nelson, Annabelle Roberts, Chloe Sumner, Savannah Butterfield, Brian Hernandez, Lisa Steffy, Raquel Godinez, Mariah Merritt, Jamie Rodriguez-Cruz, Lori Long, Karli Parker, Chelsea Deal, and Nathan Corley of Moultrie, JoLyn Schultz, Angie Reaves, Tucker Karvonen, and Kyle Kullmann of Nashville, Morgan Cason and Cameron Swilley of Newton, Leigh Hamby, Alaina Ricks, Hannah Ward, Yaritza Martinez, Lisa Young, Maria Rivera, Elizabeth Giddens,and Shadasia Reynolds of Norman Park, Takayren Brue and Judson Hickey of Ochlocknee, Yasmine Martinez, Zulma Martinez, Jessica Guerrero, Michael Golden, Amari Tillman, Mattie Jinright, Rebecca Jinright, Jacob Turner, and Jametrius Smith of Omega, Sarah Creager, Charlotte Champion, Venisha Frazier, Neptalin Robles, and Mary Willis of Pavo, Dana Boak, Demarquez Ross, Mitchell Malone, and Shelby Williams of Pelham, Ashley Hobbs of Pitts, Darrell Edwards and Ashley Luke of Poulan, Dalton Kemp and Rachel Herzog of Quitman, Carmen Brewer of Rebecca, Amanda Owens of Rochelle, William Aldavera, and Tyler Sheperd of Sale City, Dylan Brady of Sparks, Madison Burger and Abigail White of Sumner, Samantha Matthews and Sheyanne Wheeler of Sycamore, Virginia Lamb, Stephen Brown, Alyssa Craft, William DeVane, Amanda Moore, and Jordan Fortson of Sylvester, Bryan Schwartz of Tallahassee, Corey Cox, Shibyja Jones, Reid Harbin, Katie Beckham, Melody McDowell, Michael Mitchum, Christi Singletary, Garrett Thaggard, Russell Schie, Shamiel Vanterpool, Brett Wood, Sophie Barnes, Alison Fletcher, Carolina Kidwell-Bozeman, Brooke Merkison, Hannah Murkerson, JaMiracle Smith, Kiarra Wilson, Rachel Swords, Peni Falepapalangi, Megan Clay, Kaitlyn Jackson, Emily Johnson, Alexis Knapp, Simran Patel, Caroline Price, Muriel Sarabia, Maggie Simmons, Taylor Willoughby, Mary Clanton, Jordan Baugham, Colton Faulkner, Nicholas Jackson, Brady Wheeler, James Butts, and Matthew Welch of Thomasville, Amy Gonzales, Tanner Nimmo, Joseph Payan, Samantha Adamson, Melissa Martin, Christian Dotson, Sidney Lawson, Alana Johnson, Stephanie Arzate, Amanda Black, Morgan Kellogg, Emily Walker, Shannon Thomas, Abigail Woodall, Coby Lankford, William Windmoller, Diane Arias, Serenity Burns, Hunter Coleman, Laura Herrera, Noemi Reyes, Rudra Yagnik, Angel Medina, Anna Petty, Madison Giddens, Jadie Hill, Natalie Butler, Amber Cummings,and Steven Bowen of Tifton, Hunter Hartsfield and Jessenia Olguin of TyTy, Tara White and Juliette Lokey of Valdosta, and Kayla Knight of Whigham.

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