Haywood Community College Releases Dean’s List for Fall 2016
Haywood Community College recently released the dean’s list for fall 2016. In order to
qualify for the distinction, students must take a minimum of 12 credit hours and obtain
a current grade-point average of 3.50 or above.
Haywood Community College Dean’s List
Hugh Alexander, Stephen Cordell Allen, Jake Altman, Noah Andrew Anzualda, Jacob Wesley Arford, Ashley Paige Arrington, Justin James Ball, Malesa Stamp Balzer, Emily L. Banks, Samantha Jade Bass, Casey Lane Beam, Tom Bier, Robert Winston Blanton, Sable Emily Blanton, Jade M. Bober, Ashley Brook Breedlove, Maxwell Trail Brown, Michael Stephen Bryson, Ashley Anderton Bumgarner, Julianne Austina Fayth Burrell, Timothy Rayce Burton, Alexander Byers, Stephanie Miller Byers, John Joseph Calabrese, Ashley Annette Campbell, James Hunter Cardwell, John Wesley Cardwell, Porscha Shatara Carter, Jon Michael Carver, Brittney Elizabeth Cento, Steven Wayne Childers, Devin Marie Claridge, Austin Clarke, Jennifer Marie Cleary, Brittney Nicole Conner, Amanda Kirby Cooke, Kurt R. Cope, Brianna Corn, Maggie Jean Coulter, Sally D. Creech, Kimberly Ann Curtice, Jamie Jeanette Davis, Cecilia Dolores DellaSavia, Frances Fulle Wozniak Deter, Leighann Brooke Devore, Jillian Noel Downey, Anita Clark Edwards, David T. Edwards, Lisa Michelle Elliott-Stines, Anthony Albert Embrey, Martha Lewis Ennis, Cassarah Nichole Ensley, Jessica Marie Flatt, Brandon D. Floyd, Emily Nicole Gaddy, Katie Joanne Galeotti, Amber Rae Garcia, Marsha Meliah Garren, Charles Kristophor Garrett, Tiffany L. Gary, Timothy Joseph Gastrock, Brittney Katelen Georgiev, Ashley Caprice Goode, Ian Aaron Grady, Nikki Leigh Gregory, April Whitman Hall, Jeffrey P. Hall, Rebecca Naomi Harris, Sarah Frances Haurey, Jennifer Robin Hayes, Thomas Levi Hendricks, Debbie Holdren, Alexandra Chloe Houston, Sarah Estelle Hundley, Elizabeth McDonald Johnson, Brittany L. Jones, Crystal Lynn Jones, Garrett Alan Jones, Sarah J. Justice, Alexis M. Kang, Justin Logan Kerr, Amber Reece Kevlin, Jerrod Killillay, Allie Payge King, Abra L. Kirk, Janessa Knotts, Renee Burdick Kocher, Sienna Skye Kocherhans, Hannah Lee, Daniel E. Leviner, Felicia Ann Lindsey, Magdalena Anna Lipiec, Andrew Michael Loacano, Shannon Ashe Lovingood, Greta Marie Lutman, Amelia L. MacDonald, Ezekiel Victor MacMillan, Jordan Lee McAninch, Rachel McClintock, Amanda Maynor McElrath, Rosalia Rosario McHattie, Aubrie Lynn McPhaul, Laura Elaine Magdycz, Elizabeth Mann, Sawyer Lee Mann, Jake Joseph Marshall, Peter Mark Meisenbacher, Kelley Jean Messer, Dorian Samuel Miller, Rachael Danielle Moore, Sage Carter Morgan, Lakesha Antionette Morrison, Jordan G. Nazarian, Gina M. Neal, Logan Hughes Nesbitt, Lorie Barbee Nicholson, Joshua Nelson Noah, Tiffany Danielle Nokes, Travis Taylor Noland, Timothy Levi O’Neill, Jessica Lynn Owens, Brandi Leigh Patterson, Jennifer Warren Peek, Jameson Ethan Rigle Pfeil, Cynthia Leah Plemmons, Talbryn Storm Porter, Devin Foster Raber, Hernan Andres Ramirez, Mitchell Singo Rathbone, Alycin Kristine Ray, Johnny Lee Reece, Stephanie Elizabeth Rich, Edgardo Luis Rivera, Shenandoah Nicole Roberts, Cory R. Ross, Melissa Caroline Ruff, Shaun Robert Sandefur, Angela Irene Sanford, Jordan Lane Santoro, Bryn Nichole Savage, Kayla S. Scheffey, Wesley Allen Sears, David Matthew Seigmyre, Shaun Edward Smathers, Darren M. Smith, Kaitlyn Faith Smith, Michaela Lasha Smith, Vicki Smith, Robert J. Sparks, Hattie Rebecca Stanbery, Lillian Hayes Stanbery, Candice Darlene Stanley, Mason Charles Stephens, Lori R. Stepp, Madison G. Sugg, Noah Michael Taylor, Adam David Best Teague, Sagan Wayne Thacker, Miranda Lee Thomas, Jamie C. Tomosunas, Alicia-Nicole Iwalani Turner, Hunter Lee Turner, Matthew Joseph Valliere, April Hannah Waldroop, Trevor Gage Walker, Joshua C. Wallin, Tinicha N. Whaley, Mary F. Williams, Dave C. Willis, Laura Emma Winburn, Nicole Elizabeth Wingard, Kristin V. Woodley, Benjamin Wright, Teresa Renae Wright and Riley Lynne Yelton.
Haywood Community College (HCC) is part of the North Carolina Community College System and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Founded in 1965, it is an open-door institution with the mission to provide accessible and affordable high-quality education, workforce training and lifelong learning. This includes programs for Haywood County high school students through Career and College Promise and Haywood Early College. The college campus, a designated arboretum, boasts one of the most beautiful college campuses in the state with an iconic mill pond, productive greenhouses, a dahlia garden, an orchard garden, working vegetable gardens and a rhododendron garden.