MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (June 04, 2019) — These students achieved at least a 3.5 GPA for the Spring 2019 semester at Monmouth College while taking at least three academic credits.

Carly Dunham, a junior accounting and business administration major from Illinois City, the child of Richard L and Kathy R Dunham of Illinois City, Illinois.

Kaelan Bradley, a senior psychology major from Milan, the child of Bryan Bradley and Shayla McIntyre of Milan, Illinois.

Karlie Drish, a sophomore physical education major from Milan, the child of Joshua D and Julie R Drish of Milan, Illinois.

Elexus Mowery, a sophomore business administration and economics major from Moline, the child of Jerame and Faith E Mowery of Moline, Illinois.

Jessica Pauley, a sophomore biology major from Moline, the child of Mark and Jill Pauley of Moline, Illinois.

Rebecca Quick, a junior art and mathematics major from Moline, the child of Joann V and Todd V Riley of Moline, Illinois and Brian K Quick of Davenport, Iowa.

Blake Haas, a junior exercise science major from Port Byron, the child of Steven and Krista Haas of Port Byron, Illinois.

Emily DeWitt, a junior art major from Rock Island, the child of Kevin and Wendy A DeWitt of Rock Island, Illinois.

Katelynn Mickle, a sophomore biopsychology and Spanish major from Bettendorf, the child of Mike and Karen Mickle of Bettendorf, Iowa.

Michelle Zelnio, a senior accounting major from Bettendorf, the child of Charles R and Annette L Zelnio of Bettendorf, Iowa.

Savanah Strunk, a sophomore elementary education major from Buffalo, the child of Shane D and Lisa M Strunk of Buffalo, Iowa.

Hannah Jones, a sophomore biopsychology major from Davenport, the child of Jeffrey W Jones and Ann M Jones of Davenport, Iowa.

Andrew Shie, a sophomore business administration major from Davenport, the child of Thomas E and Dianna M. Shie of Davenport, Iowa.

Amanda Grissom, a senior theatre major from Eldridge, the child of Darryl and Melissa Grissom of Eldridge, Iowa.

Founded in 1853, Monmouth College is a nationally ranked liberal arts college. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and the birthplace of the women's fraternity movement, the college offers 38 majors, 42 minors, 17 pre-professional tracks, and two innovative Triads in Global Food Security and Global Public Health.

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