More than 165 students were recognized for outstanding achievements at St. Charles Community College on April 15.
Justin Miller was honored with the President’s Award, an award given to the SCC student who has made outstanding contributions to the SCC campus community. The President’s Award recipient is selected annually by the college president based on the recipient’s contributions to student and campus life and for his or her positive representation of SCC in local, regional and national organizations. Miller also earned the Outstanding Service to Phi Theta Kappa awarded by SCC’s Alpha Xi Chi chapter of the international two-year community college academic honor society.
The following students were recognized for maintaining the highest grade point average attainable, 4.0: Aubrey Atwater, Mallory Bochantin, Shannon Dant, Andrew Hamilton, Kaitlyn Haywood, David Henson, Emily Hrpcha, Katelyn Janis, Young Jo, Barbara Jost, James Lawson, Catherine Lugger, Melissa Neiswander, Erin Petty, Sarah Randall, Victoria Rogers, Brian Rowe, Megan Schelich, Brian Schene, Amber Scholl, Stephen Schreck, Cody Schultz, Amanda Shipley, Julie Sieber, Tammy Slayden and Angela Turley.
There were 108 students recognized for maintaining a 3.75 or greater grade point average. Sixty-two were also recognized for outstanding performance in their degree, student organizations and more.
“We are proud to have these students as part of our college community,” said Pfeiffer.
St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu.
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