June 18, 2013

Sterling, CO--Northeastern Junior College has released its honor roll list for the 2013 spring semester and reports that 157 full-time students were given high academic achievement recognition, including 55 students who made the President’s List by earning a 4.0 grade point average.

Those making the President’s List included (by home location as designated by the student):  Akron – Jessica Quint; Anton – Rebekah Herron; Avondale – Kelby Bond; Castle Rock – Kathryn Snowberger; Central City – Ashley Mount-Williams; Denver – Aster Degu, Jordan Langland; Fleming – Jace Harris; Fort Collins – Chelsea Blumenshine; Franktown – Jessica Blohm; Gunnison – Adrianne Eager;  Hesperus – Mariah Connor; Holyoke – Jessica Baeza, Kaylee Groshans, Janna Smith; Hudson – Andrew Sampsel; Iliff – Jessica Rivera, Lindsey Stumpf; Johnstown – Chandler Morison; Lafayette – Jessie Lucas; La Junta – Ethan Berg; Lake George – Jessie Miller; Limon – Cody Adams; Lone Tree – Kira Kopchik; Loveland – Ryan Larkin; New Raymer – Jared Farnik; Otis – Jaci Palser, Zachary Wagner; Parker – Madeline Voiles; Saguache – Kaitlyn Hazard; Sterling – Theodore Albo, Sean Dailey, Jana Evans, Sianna Gomez, Crystal Griess, Kelsey Hummel, Derek Karg, Ty Lebsock, Erika Maxwell, Jason Melick, Robyn Miller, Taylor Moore, Jace Rhodes, Donette Roelle, David Romick, Kristi Squier, Timothy Stahley, Derek Weingardt, Haley Zink; Stoneham – Rebecca Harms; Walden – Caleb Weddle; Weldona – Travis Covelli; Yuma – Alex Mekelburg, James Seedorf; Out of State/Country – Kansas – Zachary Tessel; Texas – Jacob Dittman.

Students making the Vice President’s List with a 3.75 – 3.99 grade point average include (by home location as designated by the student):  Calhan – Justin Frank; Canon City – Cassandra Shaw; Castle Rock – Lisa Miller, Heather Thompson; Colorado Springs – Brandon Begier, Jordan Bishop; Commerce City – Rachel Newton; Crawford – Lindsey Todd; Denver – Alexander Dew-Merriex, Niqia Hatch; Dolores – Geroge Moore; Firestone – Michael Glancy; Fleming – Brandon Wernsman; Gilcrest – Mackenzie Southards; Greeley – Clinton Ryan; Grover – Kevin Shoemaker; Haxtun – Jordan Mahnke; Hesperus – Brittany Stevens;  Hotchkiss – Cortney Struble; Iliff – Craig Debus; Lakewood – Ryan Reno; Loveland – Caleb Carlson; Northglenn – Katherine Feldman; Norwood – Hannah Pace; Orchard – Nichelle Williams; Otis – Kati Kuntz; Paoni – Cody Rapke; Parshall – Dakota Docheff; Peetz – Stephan Geu; Seibert – Bryce Cockreham; Snyder – Hayden Segelke; Sterling – Virginia Allen, Michelle Bellender, Anna Cheramy, Etho Foxhill, Kelli Herzog, Kenneth Hicks, Sarah Keil, Justin Nash, Kathryn Petzoldt,  Melissa Sauter, Mariam Scharff, Phillip Tomlinson; Thornton – Alexandra Fuller; Wiggins – Morgen Ritchey; Wray – Jori Archer; Yuma – Tyler Baucke, Kalyn Blach; Out of State/Country – Iowa – Josh Knight; Kansas – Tayla Reynolds; Nebraska – Colby Anders, Bryson Wagner; Wyoming – Amy Palleson, Coralee Spratt; Canada – Jordan Procyshen.

Dean’s List honorees, which represented student with a 3.5 – 3.74 grade point average include (by home location as designated by the student):  Aspen – Timothy Ready; Atwood – Anna Kindvall; Brighton – Hailey Combs; Briggsdale – Mason Seeley; Centennial – Drew Eichenser; Crook – Jacob Karg; Denver – Nathan Robinson; Elizabeth – Kegan Huckle; Fort Lupton – Candace Cook; Fort Morgan – Bryson Grennan; Frisco – Jenna Cobb; Haxtun – Natashia Barker, Kristina Horton; Holyoke – Alyssa Cordova, Christa Durbin; Iliff – Jeffrey Huss; Merino – Bryanna Kirschbaum, Andrew Piel; Otis – Ronald Graton; Ramah – Jessica Coleman; Simla – Jaci Digby; Sterling – Matthew Baumann, Alexandra Bornhoft, Rebecca Bosworth, Lori Erickson, Janessa Garvin, Shay Hansen, Neha Karg, Clarissa Mack, Mayara Prestes, Kalie Romero, Levon Salas, Kaitlyn Schafer, Carl Snider, Emily Thomas, Tyson Weingardt, Trevor Weisgerber, Amanda Wilcox-Waller, Rusty Willson; Thornton – Erik York; Windsor – David Leitz; Yuma – Josh Gordon; Out of State/Country – Hawaii – Iris Kaleohano-Pamatigan; Nebraska – Hrman Hruska; Utah – Austin Gamblin; Wyoming – Tiffany Mines.