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June 2, 2014

ABAC names students

THOMASVILLE — Students who achieved academic excellence in their course work during the spring term were recently recognized at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  ABAC cites its top academic students each semester on the President’s List, the Dean’s List, and the Distinguished Achievement List.

The President’s List is the highest academic honor possible for ABAC students.  ABAC President David Bridges said each student on the list attained an “A” in every subject, resulting in a perfect 4.0 grade point average. The students had to carry a minimum of 12 hours of academic work.

Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Niles Reddick said the students who qualified for the Dean’s List attained a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and carried at least 12 hours of academic work.  The Distinguished Achievement List is composed of students who complete between six and 11 hours of academic work with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.  The purpose of this list is to recognize excellence and scholastic achievement among part-time students.

The students on each list and their hometowns are as follows:

BOSTON

Distinguished

Matthew M. Clark

CAIRO

Dean’s List

Dyllon T. Powe

MEIGS

President’s List

Adam L. Curles

Distinguished

Julie A. Autrey

Dean’s List

Todd D. Presley

PAVO

Dean’s List

Crystal A. York

Ryan A. York

THOMASVILLE

President’s List

Kristoff D. Cohran

James M. Wiggins

Distinguished

Jessica L. Gandy

    

Dean’s List

Avery A. Atnip

Laurie Bankston

Dylan L. Groves

Alisha M. Kavouklis

Amanda C. Parker

Rachel M. Wiggins

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