Union Daily Times

Students named to academic lists

SPARTANBURG — A number of Union County area students have been named to the Chancellor’s List and/or Dean’s List at USC Upstate for 2018 spring semester.

Chancellor’s List

To be eligible for the Chancellor’s List, students must earn a 4.0 and be enrolled in at least 12 course hours. The following area students met those requirements:

• Margaret All of Union

• Caroline Bailey of Union

• Shannon Burrell of Pacolet

• Dynia Davis of Union

• Dekker Davison of Pacolet

• Lennah Farr of Jonesville

• Grenda Harper of Pauline

• Ashlee Harvey of Pauline

• Lea Kershaw of Union

• Britny Martin of Jonesville

• Emilee Phillips of Enoree

• Madison Phipps of Buffalo

• Caroline Raines of Whitmire

• Kasie Roark of Union

• Jacob Roth of Pauline

• Stephanie Serdeyra of Union

• David Shchirov of Pauline

• Marlena Simpson of Union

• Christen Smith of Union

• Hannah Wilson of Union

• Chakira Worthy of Union

Dean’s List

To be eligible for the Dean’s List, freshmen students must earn a 3.25 or higher and be enrolled in at least 12 course hours and upperclassmen must earn a 3.5 or higher and be enrolled in at least 12 course hours. The following area students met those requirements:

• Raelyn Brown of Enoree

• Khadarius Dean of Union

• Allison Dunlap of Pauline

• Courtney Everette of Enoree

• Karla Franklin of Union

• Faith Hammonds of Pacolet

• Amber Harvey of Pauline

• Benjamin Heatherly of Jonesville

• Emily Ivey of Union

• Kayla Knox of Union

• Shannon Lanier of Union

• Sydney Lawson of Pauline

• Timothy Leigh of Union

• Summer Madden of Jonesville

• Mariana Mcdonald of Pacolet

• Savannah Messer of Pacolet

• Loren Miladinovski of Union

• Kristina Nelson of Enoree

• Hannah O’Dell of Pacolet

• Savannah Owens of Enoree

• Chelleigh Pace of Enoree

• Samit Patel of Union

• Brittany Petty of Union

• Kira Reardon of Union

• Jacob Roper of Pacolet

• Brittany Salter of Union

• Morgan Smith of Pauline

• Meredith Tucker of Union

• Victoria Vance of Enoree

• Ashton Vaughan of Union

• Margaret All of Union

• Caroline Bailey of Union

• Shannon Burrell of Pacolet

• Dynia Davis of Union

• Dekker Davison of Pacolet

• Lennah Farr of Jonesville

• Grenda Harper of Pauline

• Ashlee Harvey of Pauline

• Lea Kershaw of Union

• Britny Martin of Jonesville

• Emilee Phillips of Enoree

• Madison Phipps of Buffalo

• Caroline Raines of Whitmire

• Kasie Roark of Union

• Jacob Roth of Pauline

• Stephanie Serdeyra of Union

• David Shchirov of Pauline

• Marlena Simpson of Union

• Christen Smith of Union

• Hannah Wilson of Union

• Chakira Worthy of Union

About USC Upstate

The University of South Carolina Upstate is a regional, comprehensive university that offers more than 40 bachelor’s degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business administration, nursing, and teacher education, and master’s degrees in education, informatics, and nursing. These degrees help students to transition easily to careers in the Upstate region. USC Upstate is committed to fulfilling regional and state workforce needs and thus the university is a major engine of social and economic development.

Comprised of a diverse and dynamic community of approximately 6,000 students from 26 states and 17 countries, USC Upstate is a wonderful blend of traditional and nontraditional students who reflect the Upstate’s rich international character. USC Upstate offers a balance of strengths that, when added up, results in a learning experience that is hard to match. The academic programs are accredited and highly ranked, with amazing research and internship opportunities for students.

USC Upstate has its main campus in Spartanburg, the George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics and the UPSTATE Gallery on Main in downtown Spartanburg, a location in Greenville, and a growing number of programs online. The USC Upstate Spartans, which fields 17 varsity sports, compete on the NCAA Division I level as a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference.

Nearly 30,000 alumni have earned degrees from USC Upstate and approximately 85 percent choose to remain in the Upstate region to build their lives and careers, making a significant impact of the region’s economy and quality of life.

Learn more at www.uscupstate.edu.

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At USC Upstate for the spring 2018 semester

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