ABAC honors top academic students
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Five hundred and twenty-one students qualified for academic honors during the 2022-23 academic year at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
Students receiving Distinguished Honor status are those who have completed 45 or more academic semester hours at ABAC with an overall grade point average of 3.75 or higher. Superior Honor students are those who have completed 45 academic semester hours at ABAC with an overall grade point average of 3.5 to 3.74, and Honor status goes to those who have completed 45 or more academic semester hours at ABAC with an overall grade point average of 3.25 to 3.49.
Here are the Coffee and Atkinson County students who were recognized:
Itzel Chavez, Rural Community Development, Distinguished
Katelyn Malphus, Agriculture, Distinguished
Wyatt Price, Core Curriculum, Distinguished
Ronald Wiggins, Agribusiness, Honors
Amelia Crockett, History & Government, Honors
Janeth Ovalle, Nursing-ASN, Honors
Alvin Ricketson, Biology, Distinguished
Kelsey Taft, Core Curriculum, Honors
Kristen Thomason, Agribusiness, Superior
Liliana Cedilla Tovar, Business, Honors
MacKenzie Grantham, Agribusiness, Honors
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