On December 17, 2020, the administration at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recognized a record number of 181 exceptional students achieving the honor of President’s List for the fall 2020 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 this 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.”
The President’s List designees for the 2020 fall semester include: Taryn Williams and Jessica Anderson of Adel, Bria Craver of Albany, DyKameron Lamons of Americus, Terri Burgess and Sheyanne Wheeler of Ashburn, Tyra Smart, Jenna Pippins, Kelly Willingham, Leroy Akins, Chasity Holley, Lacey West, Janie Hatton, Lorraine Sixtos, Shawn Fink, Detroy Rambo, Maribel Martinez-Chavez, Kashai Gregory, and Morgan Avery of Bainbridge, Griselle Montes of Barney, Tyree McCoy and Calvin McCoy of Blakely, Alfred Villalon-Sanchez, Danielle Martin, and Kale Highsmith of Boston, Angela Clark, Brylee McNichols, Sydney Kirksey, Decorrious McCullough, Karlee Sellers, Jamyra Harrell, Kyle Hawthorne, Abraham Islas, Morgan Whigham, Alanah Woodell, and Christina Alicea of Cairo, Deborah Wehner, Felicia Ordner, April White, and Elizabeth Delk of Camilla, Patrick Simmons and Samuel Tucker of Chula, Adron Ingle of Climax, MaKayla Cooper and Carl Long of Colquitt, Geri Siddell, Alexia Vaughan, and John English of Coolidge, Littney Turner of Cordele, Michelle Vega of Dixie, Melony Terry of Doerun, Clayton Benford of Hartsfield, Makenzie Henry of Iron City, Jared Rogers and Charles Womble of Jakin, Jonathan Viar of Lake Park, Madison Chandler of Leesburg, Hannah Mize and Marissa Cato of Meigs, Camerin Moore, William Vereen, Helen Martinez, Madison Norman, Savannah Clark, Taylor Holland, Camden Massey, Charles Mercer, Eduardo DeLaPaz-Morera, Oscar Godinez, Tanner Kimble, Brian Meadows, Aholiba Martinez, Ray Lawton, Kerri Worth, Karlie Ellis, Sarah Gay, Lucas Rivera, Johana Rodriguez, Steffany Hernandez Ramirez, Jalynn Daniels, Shanna Sangster, Mario Garcia, Oscar Luna, Lance Blanchett, Melaney Martin, Kayla Sutherland, Robert Taylor, Davis Dalton, Robert Gerdes, Cannon Whatley, Ancriso White, Savannah Butterfield, Brian Hernandez, Chevon James, Yaritzet Ramos, Victoria Wright, Olivia Hardy, and Michelle Castaneda of Moultrie, Curtis Risner of Nashville, Katelyn Williams of Newton, Brandi Weaver, Alesia Lee, and Thai Tran of Norman Park, TaKayren Brue, Abbey Jackson, Sterling Alligood, and Joshua Milam of Ochlocknee, Amanda Saunders, Carmen Damian-Coronado, Jessica Guerrero, Nayeli Hernandez, Peyton Donaldson, and Amari Tillman of Omega, Amanda Payne and Alyssa York of Pavo, Amanda Barnes, Jalenn Reese, Anthony Kirsch, Leah Etchells, Felisha Williams, Heather Moye, Tiffany Williams, Chelsea Carlton, and Rebecca Harris of Pelham, Marissia Lane and Caitlin Edwards of Quitman, Dylan Brady of Sparks, Madison Burger of Sumner, Tyler Goodwin of Sylvester, Charles McGee, Austin Payne, Kathryn Barfield, Cameron Brinson, Rachelle Hester, Miranda Munoz, Noah Willis, Westley Phillips, Emily Harrell, Jonathan Abbott, Sophie Barnes, Brooke Merkison, Jada Gatlin, Lisa Beckwith, Hannah Fromkin, Ty'daja Ivey, Christian Christie, Kaitlyn Jackson, Amber Smathers, Alyssa Clark, Franchescia Whitaker, Hayden Donalson, Roberta Barfield, Nicholas Jackson, Zenobia Turner, and Sydney Fritsch of Thomasville, Kalonty Walker, Michael Snow, Arturo Vicente, Paul Arvizu, Melissa Spicer, JaBrittney Pledger, Brittany Chapman, Julia Gil, Joshua Barnes, Deja Chaney, Addie Veazey, Shedrick Gaskins, Jha'lin Pittmon, Kadesha Mathis, Tameka Jimerson, Branesha Henley, Ashley Rodriguez, Ashlin McCalvin, Blaire Rutherford, and Brandon Menard of Tifton, Charles McWilliams of Ty Ty, Kalyne Thedford and Tara White of Valdosta, Chassidy Odom of Warwick, Terri Alexander and Owen Renfroe of Whigham.
SRTC offers over 155 degree, diploma, and certificate programs that are designed to get students quickly into a desired career, and 28 general education courses that transfer to the University System of Georgia institutions and 19 private colleges and universities in Georgia. SRTC has instructional sites located in Colquitt, Decatur, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, Thomas, Tift, Turner and Worth counties for the convenience of its students. The College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). SACSCOC is the regional body for the accreditation of degree-granting higher education institutions in the Southern states.
For the most up-to-date information on registration, class dates, and program offerings, log on to www.southernregional.edu.
Spring semester begins January 7.