Northern Illinois University announces Spring 2013 Dean's List PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Brad Hoey   
Friday, 21 June 2013 13:11

DEKALB, IL (06/20/2013)(readMedia)-- Please review our Spring 2013 Dean's List to identify all students living in your service area; we appreciate your assistance in acknowledging their accomplishments. For additional information, please contact Brad Hoey by phone, 815-753-6667 or e-mail, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The following local students were named to Spring 2013 Dean's List at Northern Illinois University:

Wesley Brinkman of Lyndon, IL

Haley Inboden of Sterling, IL

Ashley Vegter of Morrison, IL

Angela Versluis of Silvis, IL

Shawn King of Sterling, IL

Ellen Collison of Clinton, IA

Megan Wilson of Milan, IL

Joshua Screnock of Morrison, IL

Keaston Bonnell of Prophetstown, IL

Gabriela Cason of Morrison, IL

Irlen Carranza of Rock Island, IL

Krista Ramirez of Sterling, IL

Aaron Berogan of Sterling, IL

Abbie Habben of Sterling, IL

Aaron McKeown of Moline, IL

Jessica Davis of Rock Falls, IL

Nathan Asbury of Sterling, IL

Nevin Walker of Rock Falls, IL

Paige Deyo of Lyndon, IL

Ian Andrews of East Moline, IL

Cierria McPerryman of Sterling, IL

Karin Carlson of East Moline, IL

Ashley McMahon of East Moline, IL

Katherine Anglese of Albany, IL

Kara Ford of Fulton, IL

Trevan Burn of Morrison, IL

Dustin Flesch of Port Byron, IL

James Green of Rock Island, IL

Rachel Harris of Fulton, IL

Monte Sunday of Sterling, IL

 

The list is compiled by NIU's academic colleges according to varying criteria. Students enrolled in the colleges of Business, Education, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Visual and Performing Arts, and Health and Human Sciences must meet a minimum semester grade point average of 3.75 on a 4.0 scale. Students enrolled in the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology must meet a minimum semester grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.

Located in one of the most dynamic regions of the country, Northern Illinois University (NIU) is a comprehensive teaching and research institution with a diverse and international student body of nearly 23,000.

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