MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (January 16, 2024) — The following students made the Dean's List at Monmouth College for the Fall 2023 semester. To qualify for the Dean's List, students had to take at least 3.0 credit hours while achieving a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

Danielle Beach of Geneseo (61254)

Zane Beebe of Davenport (52806)

Neo Colter of Geneseo (61254)

Xanthia Colter of Geneseo (61254)

Madison Coopman of Rock Island (61201)

Billie Dieterich of Taylor Ridge (61284)

Sara Francescon of Coal Valley (61240)

Kiersten Fuhr of Milan (61264)

Michael Gonzalez of Moline (61265)

Madison Heisch of Illinois City (61259)

Thomas Henson of Geneseo (61254)

Natalie Morrow of Silvis (61282)

William Plumley of Geneseo (61254)

Larissa Pothoven of Rock Island (61201)

Averi Rangel of Moline (61265)

Hannah Rossmiller of East Moline (61244)

Ryne Schimmel of Moline (61265)

Sophia Swift of Moline (61265)

Kyle Taylor of Moline (61265)

Founded in 1853 and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), Monmouth College provides a transformative educational experience within a caring community of learners. A residential liberal-arts college that is the birthplace of the women's-fraternity movement, Monmouth College empowers students to realize their full potential, live meaningful lives, pursue successful careers, and shape their communities and the world through service and leadership.

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