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Valley City State University releases spring honor rolls

Students in the Jamestown region are on the list.

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Valley City (N.D.) State University has released its president’s honor roll, dean’s honor roll and honor roll for spring semester 2022.

President's honor roll

The president’s honor roll recognizes students who completed 12 semester hours or more of VCSU classes for which grade points are earned with a 4.0 grade point average. The students on the list include:
Ashley: Alexis Kempf, Teresa Thiery
Bowdon: Jaye Fike
Buchanan: Breean Hanson
Carrington: Kiera Eli, Easton Rindy
Cooperstown: Jaycee Andel
Courtenay: Victoria Christensen
Dazey: Clara Wieland
Dickey: Jacey Alber
Enderlin: William Egan
Fort Ransom: Kasen Anderson
Grace City: Mariah Topp
Jamestown: Jacen Eissinger, Molly Fritz, Ian Keyes, Lindsey Kiecker, Millisa Kukowski
LaMoure: Jaydan Andrud, Rachel Hoff, Calen Rode
McHenry: Cassidy Hoyt
Napoleon: Abigail Bitz
New Rockford: Lauren Roscoe
Spiritwood: Alyssa Ames
Valley City: Hannah Aberle, Taylor Arens, Rachel Baker, Shelby Berg, Janessa Berrios,
Lindy Bjurstrom, Arie Bratrud, Kennedy Brown, Hope Cleveland, Liberty Cleveland, Tara Dahl, Taryn Dieterle, Heather Fischer,
Stephanie Ford, Kailee Fraser, Elizabeth Gazeley, Reagan Ingstad, Robert Ingstad,
Hope Ishizaka, Hannah Koenig, Michelle Krahn, Keaton Kvilvang, Madelynn Langemo, Jennifer Luehring, Karsyn Maine,
Samyrah Mohon, Samantha Nelson, Kobe Newton, Emma Nielsen, Macy Olstad,
Josiah Orluck, Hannah Peterson, Austin Rogelstad, Marcus Santos, Macy Schlaht,
Graham Schmidt, Madison Schwartz, Noah Singsake, Avery Thorsgard, Grace Undem,
Hallie Wenaas, Alora Woodruff, Mason Wurst, Madison Yoder, Casey Young,
Wishek: Keagan Dailey

Dean's honor roll

The dean’s honor roll recognizes students who completed 12 semester hours or more of VCSU classes for which grade points are earned with a grade point average of at least 3.50. Students in the Jamestown region on the list include:
Bowdon: Lindsay Widicker
Cooperstown: Brooklyn McCullough
Ellendale: Isabel Grueneich, Macey Schlenker
Enderlin: Garrett Hanson
Jamestown: Daniel Flores, Zachary Hanson, Harmony Hennings
Linton: Sierra Bosch
Oakes: Hunter Greenmyer, Sadie Hansen
Spiritwood: Chloe Carlson

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Valley City: Connor Aanderud, Hailee Altringer, Daniel Alvarado, Taylor Ask,
Chaser Atwood, Derek Bear, Zoe Bjerke, Sophia Boe, Brandi Brooks, Braylen Bruns, Madison Gronau, Tate Hebrink, Theodore Herzog, Clinton Jewett, Marco Kellogg,
Jocelyn Kriewald, Jessalyn Langemo,
Lexi Leroux, Riley Miller, Broden Muske,
Mikayla Nelson, Erik Peterson, Ellie Rush,
Matthew Schlottman, Hayley Shanks, Eleanor Steele, Mckenna Taylor, Mitchel Taylor, Alexa Uecker, Kylie Ward, Lydia Watkins, Peyton Zaun
Wishek: Samantha Hoffman

Honor roll

The honor roll recognizes students who completed 6 to 11 semester hours of Valley City State University classes for which grade points are earned with a grade point average of at least 3.50. Students on the list from the Jamestown region include:
Cleveland: Abby Carlson
Edgeley: Connor Entzi
Fort Ransom: Bethany DelaBarre, Kodi Lautt
Fredonia: Jamie Burkle
LaMoure: Jake Klever
Litchville: Amanda Torborg
McHenry: Jakenda Short
Spiritwood: Mara Bjornson
Valley City: Jalynn Anderson, Rachel Beierle, Erica Dalgliesh, Evan Duffy, Robert Fischer,
Riley Gerhardt, Carly Goven, Koye Grebel,
Jessica Gylden, Michaela Hamilton, Theodore Hochhalter, Stephanie Hoffarth, Oliva Ingstad, Sydnee Ingstad, Aiden Jacobson, Tucker Johnson, Emmalee Jones, Joesi Klein, Jadyn Krahler, Reis Kriewald,
Casey Kruger, Benjamin Kruta, Stephen Langved, Rechaye Mannie, Hadlee Mathias,
Autumn McGough, Amelia Meester, Grace Meyer, Jada Nelson, Lindsey Noeske, Karina Olson, Faith Orner, Faith Peterson, Bennett Rogelstad, Abigail Sather, Isaiah Schuldheisz, Jonah Schuldheisz, Kelsey Schulz, Abbey Thornton, Chelsea Urbano, Alexa Walby
Ypsilanti: Jennifer Lusby

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