Three local students on Flagler’s President’s ListST. AUGUSTINE – Flagler College congratulates more than 80 students who were named to the Spring 2022 President’s List. …
Three local students on Flagler’s President’s List
ST. AUGUSTINE – Flagler College congratulates more than 80 students who were named to the Spring 2022 President’s List. “This is a list of students who, not just academically, but in a comprehensive way, are making the most of their time at Flagler,” Dean of Academic Life, Craig Woelfel said during his opening ceremony remarks.
Woelfel said it is in part these students’ commitment to academic excellence that influences the academic culture of campus as a whole.
“The academic culture of a campus lives only to the extent that students breathe life into it,” Woelfel said. “All of the students that are being recognized today are being recognized in part because they breathe a lot of life into our campus.”
The following local students are named to the Spring 2022 President’s List:
Three students from Clay were included on the list, including Gabriel Sheppard of Green Cove Springs, a sophomore majoring in Political Science, Jarrod Stephens of Middleburg, a senior majoring in Psychology and Benjamin Tran of Keystone Heights, a senior majoring in Graphic Design.
The President’s List is compiled in recognition of students achieving a certain standard of academic excellence and is distributed by the Office of Academic Affairs. Students who earn a 4.0 grade point average with at least 12 semester hours of graded credit are named to the President’s List.
Fleming Island’s Hamilton selected to Alabama’s Freshman Forum
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama has selected Tiffany Hamilton of Fleming Island among it’s annual cohort of students for the 2022-2023 Freshman Forum.
These students will be continuing the tradition of more than 60 years of leadership growth for University of Alabama Freshmen. First Year Experience and Retention Initiatives is an area of the Division of Student Life committed to supporting the academic and social transition of first-year students to The University of Alabama. First-year students are defined as any undergraduate student attending UA for the first time.
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