UACCB releases 2021 spring chancellor’s, dean’s lists

Posted Date - 6/4/21

The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville has released the 2021 spring chancellor’s and dean’s lists. Students who made the chancellor’s list achieved a 4.0 GPA during the spring term. Students who made the dean’s list achieved a 3.5 GPA during the spring semester.


Chancellor’s List

Batesville

Glendy Alejandro

Brianna Bass

Kamille Beasley

Dawna Bechdoldt

Alexander Branscum

Shannon Brown

Jessica Burke

Angela Chadister

Christina Courtney

Emmalea Ezell

Jayden Finney

Harold Guinnip

Cody Ivy

Jaylyn Jefferson

Hayden Little

Damian Lora

Benjamin McDonald

Cory McDougal

Francisco Mendoza

Hannah Mitchell

Molly Mourer

Sherlyn Orantes

Robert Patterson

Jonathan Pilkinton

Cassidy Powell

Zachary Presser

Erin Rider

Nicole Robison

Madison Ruffin

Tina Russo

Carlee Swaim

Austin Sweat

Rachel Teague

Yulisa Tomas

Lenoard Tripp

Kayla Verser

Gavin Wade

Thomas Wilkins

Juan Williams

Morgan Wimberley

Candice Woodard


Black Rock

Caleb Hoffman


Bradford

Austin Wilson


Concord

Anesa James


Cord

Christian England


Drasco

Dustin Cannon


Evening Shade

Summer James


Floral

Chasity Reeves


Heber Springs

Bethany Desoto

Mary Forte

Aris Jay


Locust Grove

Annalise Cornett

Gracie Roark


Mountain View

Grace Prince


Newark

Sarah Stone

Aaliyah Travis


Newport

Sarah Davis


Poughkeepsie

Abigail Creekmore


Romance

Victoria Graham


Saffell

Cheyanne Maronde Carley


Searcy

Jesse Cullum

Konner Marsh

Weiyang Wang


Sidney

Elizabeth Stacy

Grace Towles


Smithville

Courtney Doyle

Haley Parker

Hanna Parker


Strawberry

Eva Durham

Eden Patterson


Sulphur Rock

Kendra Vinson


Tuckerman

Madison Walker


Weiner

Haley Latham


Westville, Okla.

Dustin Armstrong


Dean’s List

Batesville

Glendi Castillo

Anna Clark

Estela Delgado

Kristine Dillehay

Brandon Downing

Josie Fairchild

Laura Fitzgerald

Nicholas Fowler

Lauren Gleghorn

Brooke Hammack

Morgan Hill

Thi Huynh

Jada Johnson

Sarah King

Maranda Longo

Grayson Mangus

Kailee McGhee

Erica Miller

Brianna Moores

Jimmy Nail

Jaysa Pearce

Journee Pilkinton

Kyle Price

Christin Qualls

Ryan Sinele

Alexas Sterling

Andrew Taylor

Daniel Terreaux

Hattie Wells

William Wentz

Joshua Williams

Wendell Williams

Braiden Wright


Bradford

Natasha Hightower

Taegen Mason


Cave City

Leah Crafton


Charlotte

Meghan Mitchell


Concord

Sydney Harsson

Aaron Hicks


Cushman

Alonna Carpenter


Desha

Carol Hubbard

Summer Jeffery

Elizabeth Poff


Drasco

Macy Decker

Samantha Dickey

Caden Robertson

John Spinks


Evening Shade

Danielle Cooper


Floral

Kylie Tharp


Gentry

Kyleigh McBride


Greers Ferry

Molly Housdan

Sarah Tate


Horseshoe Bend

Bryant McDonald


Jordan

Hyeonji Koo


Locust Grove

Amanda Barber


Magness

Jessica Galloway


Melbourne

Gina Chavez


Newark

Carlie Anderson

Lukas Pickens


Pangburn

Jessica Cardenas


Poughkeepsie

William Howerton


Searcy

Marlee Young


Smithville

Trevor Nunnally


Southside

Millie Foster


Strawberry

Ally Martin

Melissa Milde

Kamdyn Willmuth


Sulphur Rock

Natalie Looney

Lexi Moss

Jack Noordhoek

Elizabeth Weaver


Thida

Madison Maples

Kyla Swafford

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