Deanna Claudine Clarke of Richmond Hill rceived a bachelor’s of science degree from The University of Alabama during ceremonies on Aug. 5.
UA awarded about 1,300 degrees this summer.
Dean Glenn of Richmond Hill enrolled at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, this semester as part of the university’s largest class yet.
The school kicked off the year with a record-breaking enrollment for the 17th consecutive year with a total of 8,080 students, nearly triple the enrollment in 2000.
The following local students have successfully enrolled at Brenau University starting fall 2017:
Jamie Bunting of Richmond Hill, majoring in health science, pre-nursing.
Michael Keske of Richmond Hill, majoring in project management.
Margaret Norton of Richmond Hill, majoring in nursing.
Casey Qua of Richmond Hill, majoring in biology.
Georgia State University
Kaitlyn Baker and Tiara Gandy, both of Richmond Hill, were among the more than 2,300 Georgia State University students named to the university’s summer dean’s list.
To be eligible for the list during the summer semester, degree-seeking students with a minimum Georgia State cumulative grade point aveage of 2.00 must earn a 3.50 gpa for the semester and complete at least 6 semester hours of academic credit with no incompletes.
Ishani Patel and Mosha Patel, both of Richmond Hill, were among the more than 2,000 students named to the president’s list for the 2017 summer semester at Georgia State University.
To be eligible for the list during the summer semester, students must earn a 4.0 gpa for the semester and complete at least 6 semester hours of academic credit with no incompletes.
Valdosta State University
Valdosta State University announces the members of its graduating class of summer. This list includes the following:
Cheyenne Ervin of Richmond Hill, who earned a bachelor’s of science in chemistry.
Hollee Eastwood of Richmond Hill, who earned a master’s of education in communication disorders.
William Jeffers of Richmond Hill, who earned a bachelor’s of science in environmental geosciences.
Nearly 500 undergraduate and graduate students completed the requirements for their respective degrees during the Summer 2017 semester.