Post-secondary ed briefs

Local residents graduate and are named to the dean's list from Grove City College

GROVE CITY The following local residents were among the 449 graduating students who received degrees on May, 16.

A formal ceremony is slated for Saturday, Oct. 3, during the College Homecoming festivities.

4Jayna Bates of New Bethlehem

4Richard Beal of Knox

4Cassandra Burkett of Sigel

4Braden Jones of Knox

4Abbie Schmader of Fryburg

4Connor Shoemaker of New Bethlehem

The following students were named to the dean's list for the spring 2020 semester:

4Cassandra Burkett of Sigel with distinction

4Richard Beal of Knox with distinction

4Kara Daugherty of Knox with distinction

4Dalton Jones of Knox with high distinction

4Michaela Higgins of Lucinda with distinction

4Janya Bates of New Bethlehem with high distinction

4Connor Shoemaker of New Bethlehem with high distinction

4Abbie Schmader of Fryburg with distinction

4Damon Lewis of Emlenton with high distinction

Students eligible for the dean's list have a grade point average of 3.40 to 3.59; for the dean's list with distinction a GPA of 3.60 to 3.84 and for the dean's list with high distinction a GPA of 3.85 to 4.0.

Rapp and Fryer graduate from Youngstown State University

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio Johnna Rapp of Clarion and Alexandra Fryer of Strattanville were among the nearly 1,400 graduating students who received degrees during the spring commencement ceremony at Youngstown State University.

Mcnamara named to dean's list from Ohio University

ATHENS, Ohio Madeline Mcnamara of Sligo has been named to the spring dean's list for 2020 out of the more than 9,500 students who qualified for this honor at Ohio University, including main and regional campuses.

Students on the dean's list came from an array of states. More than 40 states were represented, including: Kentucky, Alabama, Maryland, California, Virginia, Connecticut, Florida and Ohio, as well as Puerto Rico the District of Columbia.

Ohio University students must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester with a schedule of classes totaling at least 15 hours, 12 of which were taken for letter grades, to achieve this distinction.