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BPC May 2007 Honor Graduates announced

By Kelley M. Arnold

BPC Director of News and Public Information

MOUNT VERNON— Twenty-seven Brewton-Parker College students, who completed their degrees in May, 2007, qualified as honor graduates, announced Dr. T. Ronald Melton, provost. These students earned the distinction of cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude graduates.

The college grants the distinction of graduation with honors to those students whose academic work meets the following standards based on a grade point average (GPA) scale with a 4.00 as the highest mark of achievement: cum laude (3.50 to 3.69 GPA), magna cum laude (3.70 to 3.89 GPA), and summa cum laude (3.90 to 4.00).

Students and their degrees, distinction and hometowns are as follows:

Amber Aycock of Hazlehurst, bachelor of business administration, cum laude

Brooke Butler of Glenwood, bachelor of science, magna cum laude

Louise Campolongo of Savannah, bachelor of business administration and associate of arts, cum laude

Carla Crawley of Norman Park, bachelor of science, summa cum laude

Sandra Dykes of Eastman, bachelor of science, magna cum laude

Katina Fennell of Glennville, bachelor of science, summa cum laude

Timothy Gore of Mount Vernon, bachelor of arts, summa cum laude *

Timothy Green of Ailey, bachelor of ministry, magna cum laude

Maria Gutierrez-Sampson of Richmond Hill, bachelor of science, magna cum laude

Lindsey Hamrick of Hiram, bachelor of business administration, cum laude

Blanca Irons of Hinesville, bachelor of arts and associate of arts, cum laude

Alvin Judge of Hinesville, bachelor of arts and associate of arts, magna cum laude

Jennifer McGhee of McRae, bachelor of science, cum laude

Erin Mitchell of Knoxville, Tenn., bachelor of arts, cum laude

Amber Mize of Gray, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude

Tiffanie Mobley of Jesup, bachelor of science, summa cum laude

Stanley Mongin of Springfield, bachelor of business administration, cum laude

Stephanie Mosley of Vidalia, bachelor of science, cum laude

Kelly Paris of Nashville, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude

Lindsey Peeler of Mount Vernon, bachelor of science, magna cum laude

Barbara Prenger of Mount Vernon, bachelor of arts and bachelor of arts, magna cum laude

Allen Rea of Hazlehurst, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude

Tiny Russell of Claxton, bachelor of arts and associate of arts, magna cum laude

Debbie Sooter of Nampa, Idaho, bachelor of business administration, cum laude

Stephens Sweezey of Lindale, bachelor of arts, cum laude

Charles Teel of Savannah, bachelor of business administration, magna cum laude

Kim Walker of Claxton, bachelor of science, cum laude

* Timothy Gore's name was initially left off of the Honor Graduates list. We sincerely regret the error and apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused.

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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM