Huntingdon announces Spring 2021 Dean’s Lists

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Posted 7/6/21

The Huntingdon College Office of the Registrar has announced the names of students who achieved distinction in their academic studies during the spring term 2021 in both traditional day and Evening …

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Huntingdon announces Spring 2021 Dean’s Lists

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The Huntingdon College Office of the Registrar has announced the names of students who achieved distinction in their academic studies during the spring term 2021 in both traditional day and Evening Studies programs.

Traditional Day Programs

Traditional day program students may earn recognition on the Dean’s List of Honors by achieving a semester grade point average of 3.6 to 3.79, or on the Dean’s List of High Honors by achieving semester grade point averages of 3.8 to 4.0. To be eligible for inclusion on either list, a student must have received letter grade evaluations on at least 12 hours during the term and must have completed all coursework for the term. An “incomplete” grade on a student's grade report precludes the student's inclusion on the Dean's List.

Dean’s List of Honors, Spring 2021 Day Program

Baldwin County students receiving honors include:

Fairhope: John McIntosh Hirsh.

Foley: Kathleen Mary Cox.

Dean’s List of High Honors, Spring 2021 Day Program

Baldwin County students receiving honors include:

Bay Minette: John Eli Powell.

Fairhope: Christopher Ian Bishop, Kathryn Margaret Dewey, Peter Matthew Meilunas, Gabriel Brandon Pittman, Jordan Henley Turner.

Gulf Shores: Kaleigh Noel Miller.

Spanish Fort: Caroline Elizabeth Elliot.

Evening Studies Program

Students who are enrolled in the Huntingdon College Evening Bachelor’s Degree Program, have completed all coursework for the semester including at least three courses for which letter grades were issued, and have achieved grade point averages of 3.8 or higher are eligible for inclusion on the Evening Bachelor’s Degree Dean’s List of Honors.

Baldwin County students receiving honors include:

Bay Minette: Larry D. Adams.

Bon Secour: Anthony Wayne James.

Daphne: Marie Guadalupe Duncan, Justin Paul Spencer.

Fairhope: Jordan Rae Fulkerson, Robert Edward James.

Perdido: Amanda Pimperl Davis.

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