Sandhills Community College congratulates the 383 students who distinguished themselves by earning grades that place them on the honors lists for spring semester 2021.
Sandhills Community College students who achieved a 4.0-grade point average with twelve or more semester hours of college-level work were placed on the President’s List for the spring semester of 2021. Those on the President’s List are: Moayad Al Bayyari, Mazen Alowdi, Ximena Alvarado, Crystal Amerman, Isabelle Atkeson, Neena Baker, Luke Baker, Eli Barnes, Nicole Barnes, Sirketa Baucom, Max Berge, Marissa Best, Aubriana Bishop, Joseph Black, Morgan Blake, Michelle Bobbitt, Jacob Bowbliss, Hannah Bowers, Johanny Brito, Brooke Brogan, Eric Bullard, Nealey Cagle, Dakota Cameron, Nicholas Campbell, Melanie Carmichael, Gabriel Castro, Melissa Chen, Gracie Church, Christen Clontz, Christopher Collins, Corrine Collison, Heather Conkle, Isabella Contreras, Michael Crawford, Evan Crissman, Anna Crissman, Hailee Curry, Destiny Darden, William Davis, Christine Davis, James Deucher, Ethan Douglas, Britta Douglas, Heather Dowdy, Robert Ebel, Sergio Estrada Adan, Calvin Ford, Justin Francis, Laque Franklin, Dana Garner, Dana Garner, Charles Garrison, Rebecca Gilrane, Kierston Godfrey, William Griffie, Mary Guevara, Blair Gulezian, Walker Haire, Sierra Hammond, Kate Harcourt, Robert Harman, Alexa Harris, Jordan Harris, Victoria Hash, Angela Haynes, Ethan Headen, Alyssa Hergert, Rosemarie Hernandez, Dalton Hough, Melissa Hunt, Danielle Hunter, Spencer Hurley, Alyssa Hussey, Donald Jacobs, Keturah Johnson, Ginger Kauer, Kathleen Klemish, Justin Lawrence, Yen-I Lee, Emily Leupold, Cayce Lockett, Jacob Logwood, Lourdes Lopez, Rebecca Lovett, Tabitha Magid, Cara Marchand, Justin Marnoch, Naomi Marshall, Scott Martin, William Martindale, Julia Martinez, MacIe Martinez, Sara McCloskey, Kevin McCombs, Dillon McDermott, Reillly McDuffie, Caiden McDuffie, Caden McIntire, Christian McIntyre, Fanny Medellin, Andres Mejia-Pena, Maria Mendez, Rebecca Miller, Miriam Miranda-Aguirre, Carley Modlin, Callie Moore, Lauren Morgan, Thi Nguyen, Maria Nicolosi, Kelsey Nielsen, Montana Norman, Gabrielle Norris, Emily O’Brien, Sonia Pacheco Mejia, Kerri Paschal, Holly Patterson, Bailee Paxton, MacKenzie Peden, Jonathan Peele, Andrea Pena, David Perdrisat, Steven Peterson, Abbiee Pierce, Emily Pittman, Ryann Pulliam, Mallie Purvis, Grant Reddinger, Leonel Reyes Rebollar, Nishay Rios-Figueroa, Angel Rivera, Megan Robbins, Cristian Rosas, Felicia Ross, Giovanna Santos de Figueiredo, Elleanna Schilling, Sarah Schwarz, Tyler Scott, Jerry Scott, Mya Sencenbaugh, Jessica Shorts, Stephanie Slack, Lukas Smith, Madeleine Smith, Charley Smith, Emily Smith, Molly Smith, Kendall Snyder, Emma Stegall, Kelly Steiner, Nicholas Stewart, Annie Stroupe, Summer Summers, Andrea Summers, Kyle Taylor, Charles Taylor, Melody Thomas, Kailee Ursini, Jessica Varner, Melissa Veatch, Heather Velazco, Robert Waechter, Abriel Wafford, Makenzie Walker, Jonathan Wallace, Joshua Walters, Sara White, Kyndall Wise, Glenda Womack, Jordyn Wood, Kyle Woods, Cidneigh Wooten, Conrad Workman, Stacey Yongue, and Nicholas Youngerman.
The Sandhills Community College Dean’s List is made up of students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, with no grade below a C, and took twelve or more semester hours of college-level work during the spring semester of 2021. Those on the Dean’s List are: Leslie Abella Molina, Rasha Alsaidi, Sarah Alsaidi, Kaylee Amerman, Jasmine Anderson, Daniela Araujo, Kaycie Atherton, Sydney Barnes, Timothy Bevard, Matthew Bishop, Hunter Blake, Devin Blakely, Gavin Blakely, John Blue, Alexander Borden, Matthew Botnick, Shannon Breeden, Jacob Brokhoff, Briana Brower, Latania Brown, Jillian Bryant, Minisha Bullard, Hannah Butner, Leanna Caddell, Avery Campbell, Carolyn Carfaro, Rebekkah Chavis, Aaron Clark, Andwain Clark, Matthew Clarkson, Richard Cockman, Alexis Cole, Dayanara Mickel Colon, Kayla Cota, Anijah Cotton, Haleigh Cox, John Henry Cox, Morgan Cummings, Lillian Deview, Tiffany Donaldson, Paige Dula, Dana Dutton, Kayley Dwyer, Skylar Edwards, Naomi Evans, Amanda Fair, Noah Feggeler, Hailyn Figueroa, Ryan Finch, Chloe Fitzgerald, Sarah Flanagan, Gisselle Garcia Morales, Charles Garrison, Devin Gease, Jason Ginos, Brian Gonzales, Carson Grant, Ella Griffie, Lamia Haitoti, Anna Hannum, Olivia Haralson, MacKenzie Hare, Aiden Hargrove, Emilee Harris, Joseph Harris, Michelle Harris, Aaron Hearne, Olivia Heim, Gina Hernandez, Jholibet Hernandez Jaimes, Grace Herron, Cleyda Hilario-Patricio, Andreas Huber, Baillie Hults, Andrea Hurley, Felix Hutchins, Robin Iraheta, Alexandra Izotova, Aaliyah Jackson, Sydnee Jackson, Whitney Jackson, Christopher Jacobs, Kelsey Johnson, Tyler Johnson, Karly Jordan, Jordan Jorinscay, Joshua Joyce, Leah Joyce, Samuel Kauer, Shamia Kelly, Lisa Kivett, Alexandra Kleinmann, Trevor Lambert, Clara Lee, Carol Leon Ulloa, Caden Liburd, Nidia Lima, Felicia Locklear, Niya Locklear, Ronald Locklear, Carter Long, Camryn Lowe, Mya Mallard, Hayden Martinez, Trista Matthews, Alexander May, Andrew McCampbell, Rebecca McCartney, Levi McDonald, Mallory McDonald, Maya McDuffie, River McDuffie, Markeyda McLean, Jesus Mejia Rodriguez, Kayla Mejia Rodriguez, Brian Mellinger, Alexis Miller, Bradley Miller, Ruben Mireles, Alyse Moffitt, Rosita Morales, Melanie Morales Esquivel, Aki Morehead, Sarah Moretz, Juliana Mosco, Jakob Motta, Anthony Mulligan, Erin Mundo, Jonah Murr, Parker Nelson, Ashlyn O’Leary, Aiyana Ocampo, Heather Odum, Ruiyu Ou, Joshuah Padgett, Amayrani Pano-Martinez, De’zerria Patterson, Joshua Patterson, Samuel Patterson, Rachel Patton, Andrew Paul, Yolanda Pearson, Justin Pegues, Alfonso Pena Flores, Lexi Perry, Charles Petty, Jacob Phillips, Addie Plevik, Terrance Pollard, Kassandra Poole, Sidney Povish, Jarard Powers, Samuel Prater, Emily Pruitt, Krystl Pullin, Thomas Pusser, Michael Putman, Abigail Quick, Brianne Randall, Sarah Reilly, Ericka Rhodes, Hannah Ritter, Bethany Roberts, Christine Roman, Emily Ronan, Rachael Russell, Owen Ryder, Emily Sammons, Anahi Sanchez, Jeffrey Santana, Gregorio Santiago, Nancy Santos Almanza, Ella Schlienz, Caden Schneider, Savannah Scott, Mackenzie Seace, Candice Seagraves, Terence Sharpe, Megan Shuler, Devon Simmons, Adam Sluser, Aleksander Sluser, Lyssa Smith, Morgan Smith, Steven Smith, Virginia Spencer, Hannah Spinali, Christopher Staab, Sophie Stanfield, Averie Steele, Matthew Strunk, Nicolas Sykes, Tabitha Talbert, Storm Tate, Abigail Tera, Ethan Thomas, Bradon Thompson, Aracelis Torres, Hannah Trogden, Stephanie Waters – Maguire, Abigail Watson, Jesse Watson, Savannah Westbrook, Chabosca White, Melissa Williams, Carson Witherspoon, Jake Woods, Itashka Wunderlich, and Kimberly Yard.
The summer semester session C begins on June 29 for curriculum classes. Continuing Education classes have varied start dates throughout the semester.
Summer semester curriculum (college credit) classes are open to current, returning, and new students. Local students attending colleges outside of the area are welcome to take courses this summer at SCC. Credits can transfer back to the university, saving students time and money. New students can apply online, and an advisor will assist in registering for classes. Current or returning students may register using Self-Service or by meeting with their Advisor.
A fall semester flightPath publication will be mailed to all Moore and Hoke County homes mid-July and will contain information about the Continuing Education classes set to begin August through December and information about all curriculum programs.
Curriculum classes will begin on August 16. In addition to the traditional 16-week semester, there will be two eight-week sessions, one beginning August 16 and the second October 14. Students can take a mix of full-semester classes alongside eight-week sessions. These online and hybrid eight-week classes can lead to an Associate in Arts degree or three Business Certificates with additional program classes to be added Spring Semester 2022.
CCP Classes for High School Students
High school juniors and seniors can take SCC classes at no cost by enrolling in the Career and College Program (CCP). The program has 47 Career Technical pathways, 13 Continuing Education pathways and 54 college transfer courses. High school students can contact their counselor to learn more or follow the “Programs” link from the college’s home page, then click “High School Programs.” High school students who successfully complete four CCP classes qualify for the Sandhills Promise. This program offers two full years of classes immediately following high school graduation at no cost.More Posts