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January 31, 2013
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Huntingdon College
News Release

Huntingdon Degree Completion Program announces fall 2012 Dean's List

Montgomery, Ala. — At the end of each semester, the Huntingdon College Registrar's Office issues a list of students enrolled in the College's Adult Degree Completion Program (ADCP) who have achieved academic distinction in their course work during the semester and have earned inclusion on the Dean's List.  To be named to the Dean's List, an ADCP student must have completed all course work for the semester, including at least three courses for which letter grades were issued, with an overall semester grade point average of 3.8 or higher.

The following students were named to the Huntingdon College Adult Degree Completion Program Dean's List of Honors for the fall semester, 2012.  Students are listed in alphabetical order by their home cities.
CITY STATE FIRST_NAME MIDDLE_NAME LAST_NAME
ALABAMA
 
 
 
 

 
Atmore AL Linda Kay Leigh Miller
Atmore AL Tracy Lashell Simpson
Attalla AL Penny Dobbins Carr
Bay Minette AL Heather Whitney Wilson
Bessemer AL Charles Bradley Stripling
Birmingham AL Joel Allen Brown
Birmingham AL Takeshia   Frazier
Birmingham AL Steven K. Rowlett
Birmingham AL Pamela Regina Townsend
Brewton AL Joseph A. Billy
Brewton AL Jade Alexandria Gantt
Brewton AL Patti Nichole Hartsel
Brewton AL Jacob Lewis Hodge
Brewton AL Shirley Caesar Taite
Clanton AL Barry Wesley Powell
Columbiana AL Erin Elizabeth Cuellar
Daleville AL Christopher E. Thompson
Daphne AL Ashley Morgan Hannah
Daphne AL Courtney Jo Hart
Daphne AL Ronald Charles Marcu Nero
Fairhope AL Chad Gregory Stephens
Foley AL Christopher Glynn Rutledge
Frisco City AL Geoffrey Allen Sasser
Gadsden AL Kathryn Paige Herren
Gadsden AL Joseph Simon Porter
Harpersville AL Kim Ashley Johnstone
Helena AL Tonya Lynette Burns
Helena AL Larry Joseph Goodwin
Hoover AL Ryan Morrell Dodd
Indian Springs AL Tena
 
D'onze
Lincoln AL Rita Faye McLendon
Mobile AL Diane Michelle Felis
Mobile AL Cuong Dat Huynh
Mobile AL Vy Tri Tran
Montgomery AL Alecia Nichole Timmons-Nava
Ozark AL Debra Dianne Rogers
Pelham AL Natalie Michelle Platt
Pelham AL Hilary
 
Saxon
Pell City AL Suzanne   Howell
Pell City AL Leon Frederick Middleton
Pinson AL David Ryan Cantley
Pleasant Grove AL Veronica Faye Williams
Springville AL Jennifer Lee Disker
Talladega AL Erika Ralee Bishop
Trussville AL Cynthia W. Wilson
Vincent AL Staci Shirene Roberson
Wetumpka AL Kimberly Diane Parker
FLORIDA
 
 
 

 

 
Milton FL Denise Leigh Garner
Santa Rosa Beac FL Steven Andrew King

Huntingdon ADCP offers accelerated bachelor's degree completion courses leading toward a degree in business in a one-night-a-week format, designed to fit easily into the busy schedules of working adults.  ADCP students complete one or two classes at a time, with each class just five weeks in length.  The program offers three five-week terms each semester in 11 locations throughout the state:  Bay Minette, Brewton, Center Point, Clanton, Daphne, Enterprise, Gadsden, Montgomery, Pell City, Shelby, and the newest location at Lawson State Community College.  Sites other than Huntingdon's main campus require 30 transferable hours of college credit earned from regionally accredited institutions to be considered for admission.  
Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1854, Huntingdon is a coeducational liberal arts college. The College motto is "Enter to grow in wisdom; go forth to apply wisdom in service." 
For more information about the Adult Degree Completion Program at Huntingdon College, see the Web site at www.huntingdon.edu/adcp or call Tommy Dismukes at (334) 833-4402. 

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Office: (334) 833-4515
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