More than 60 full-time students attending Hodges University classes at offsite locations in Cape Coral as well as Charlotte, Manatee, Pasco and Hernando counties, finished the winter 2007 term with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Comprised of students enrolled within Hodges University’s Kenneth Oscar Johnson School of Business, School of Professional Studies and School of Technology, students achieving recognition on the Dean’s List are as follows: Qasem A. Abdel-Hadi, Tammy B. Bayly, William G. Beetz, Jason A. Bennett, Tama L. Bergwerff, Brian M. Biegel, Marcia D. Bloomfield, Michelle S. Brady, Amber M. Bryant, Cindy M. Campbell, Louis T. Campisi, Gilda Y. Carleton, Juliet T. Chipunza, Pamela K. Currie, Loretta Darmstadt, Lynn M. Finley, Charles W. Forbis, Joseph E. Fulcher, Julie C. Griffin, Darie D. Hamilton, Jeffrey G. Hammill, James A. Harper, Amy L. Hickey, Mary A. Hughes, Harold J. Hutchinson, Jr., Calondra M. Jackson-Mc Carter, Michele K. Kenny, Tiffany L. Kidd, Kristopher C. Krolik, Marjorie A. Lane, Loretta M. Messer, Summer A. Moulton, Meagan C. Mumich, Dawn C. Newsome, Jennifer L. Nye, Lori A. O'Brien, Brian R. Olree, Carol L. Perry, Elizabeth A. Perz, Maria R. Porter, Carey C. Ramandanes, Jean C. Reed, Nancy L. Richard, Jennifer M. Rosenzweig, Todd E. Rosenzweig, Christine A. Ryan-Burkhart, Robert W. Shinn, Ann F. Sagarese, Paula C. Santos, Phillip E. Shepard, Alynne R. Singer, Anthony J. Sirianni, Danny J. Smith, Helen D. Sobel, Edward J. Southern, Norma J. Stapleton, Ashley D. Stewart, Jill C. Tominey, Amy M. Vitti, Mary E. Way, Susan M. Wheeler, Denny L. Winslow, and Roger B. Zion.
The list of students who have made the Honor Roll has also been released. To qualify, students must achieve a grade point average of 4.0 while attending part-time. The list is comprised of students within Hodges University’s Kenneth Oscar Johnson School of Business, School of Professional Studies and School of Technology.
The winter 2007 Honor Roll consists of Carrie S. Luce, Scott J. Osborne, Maureen Vilcheck, and Terry B. Williams, Jr. Hodges University congratulates these hard-working students on their scholastic achievements.