UND honor rolls
University of North Dakota announced students who were honored on the dean’s list and president’s roll of honor. Below the students are listed according to the lists and hometowns.
Dean’s list: Students' GPA must be in the top 15% with 12 semester hours.
Katherine Ely, Matthew Ely, Alexander Harris, Anna Helfrich, Austin Hill, Emily Mizell, Kennedy Mueller, Amy Park, Brianna Scherr, Gina Tietz, Thomas Warner, Helen Wax, Austin Wolf, Lauren Wrede, Gabriel Schettler, Glory Schettler, Jacob Schettler, Hunter Beckert, Grant Dockter, Karter Dolan, Luke Dramko, Ryan Dunnigan, Tyler Edwards, Rahmi Elkhatib, Brooke Gayton, Alyssa Gessele, Naomi Gross, Allison Guthmiller, Brenna Hanson, Courtney Hanson, Brian Hardy, Kendric Heck, Alexis Hesse, Gabriella Holmen, Zane Huber, Dezaray Hultin, Rachel Johanson, Stephanie Johnson, Bradyn Just, Andrea Kelsch, Carter Kindel, Andrew Kohler, David Larson, Hannah Larson, Alexis Marthaller, Zachary Meduna, Brianna Metzger, Tiffany Metzger, Grant Peterson, Jaymie Pittman, Annika Price, Elizabeth Renner, Rachael Schiller, Paige Schlenker, Kyra Schmidt, Jacob Schwab, Tess Sether, Dillon Tollefson, Taylor Toso, Derek Trom, Mariah Vetter, Kaitlyn Wanner, Bailey Weisenburger, Brittany Barnum, Rebecca Grey Bull, Jennifer Grinsteiner, Victoria Hilzendeger, Courtney Hirvela, Jaden Jonson, Jonas Jonson, Keara Knox, Zachary Kraft, Courtney Leben, Eliza Lofberg, Abbie Morlock, Jazmin Nelson, McKenzie Richard, Monica Richard, Matthew Schaner, Katelyn Tschosik, Derek Wachter and Madyson Wentz.
Abigail Kasper, Alexis Kuhn, Sierra Schnellbach, Stephanie Schuster and Emina Zukic.
Kassidy Axness, Matthew Bakken, Taylor Bosch, Jacob Castillo, Sarah Curtiss, Kelsi Hatzenbuhler, Kailey Jerome, Landon Kleingartner, Ethan Leingang, Lathan Lowman, Kayla Olson, Amber Parker, Nicholas Porsborg, Elizabeth Preszler, Krista Sauber, Justin Schafer, Bostin Svihovec and Madysen Zander
President’s roll of honor: Students must achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.8 or higher and have at least earned 30 semester hours, with a minimum of 12 hours during a semester.
Lauren Buchholtz, Hope Burdolski, Katherine Ely, Matthew Ely, Alexander Harris, Austin Hill, Usama Khalid, Katie Leary, Emily Mizell, Kennedy Mueller, Tatjana Svjetlanovic, Austin Wolf, Lauren Wrede, Gabriel Schettler, Glory Schettler, Jacob Schettler, Hunter Brown, Ian Brown, Karter Dolan, Tyler Edwards, Rahmi Elkhatib, Brooke Gayton, Desiree Giesen, Elijah Gray, Allison Guthmiller, Courtney Hanson, Kara Hathaway, Kendric Heck, Alexis Hesse, Gabriella Holmen, Zane Huber, Rachel Johanson, Grant Johnson, Stephanie Johnson, Bradyn Just, Carter Kindel, Andrew Kohler, Hannah Larson, Alexis Marthaller, Carla Maurstad, Zachary Meduna, Brianna Metzger, Tiffany Metzger, Grant Peterson, Annika Price, Elizabeth Renner, Rachael Schiller, Paige Schlenker, Katelyn Schulz, Jacob Schwab, Elijah Schwindt, Tess Sether, Taylor Toso, Mariah Vetter, Kaitlyn Wanner, Brittany Barnum, Rebecca Grey Bull, Jennifer Grinsteiner, Victoria Hilzendeger, Mollie Hostetter, Jonas Jonson, Sydney Knox, Eliza Lofberg, Sabrina Matthews, Abbie Morlock and Matthew Schaner.
Alexis Kuhn and Stephanie Schuster.
Matthew Bakken, Jacob Castillo, Madison Goetzfridt, Kelsi Hatzenbuhler, Kailey Jerome, Landon Kleingartner, Ethan Leingang, Lathan Lowman, Amber Parker, Nicholas Porsborg, Elizabeth Preszler, Justin Schafer, Savana Schauer, Shae Skager and Bostin Svihovec
Mayville dean's list
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Mayville State University announced the dean’s list for the spring semester. Students must have a 3.5 GPA or higher with at least 12 graded credit hours. Local students named to the list are:
Lexus Davidson, of Baldwin; Vanisha Clerge, Kelsie De Jesus, Cassidy Miller, Mason Przybilla, Tiffany Towne and Jaycee Walter, all of Bismarck; and Hayle Boechler, of Wilton.
Graduate in Kansas
More than 550 students were awarded degrees from Butler Community College in Kansas. Jaime Barta, from Bismarck, graduated this May.
Northland Community and Technical College, East Grand Forks and Thief River Falls in Minnesota, announced the spring president’s list and dean’s list.
Logan Brosseau, from Bismarck, majoring in auto body collision technology, earned a spot on the president's list. To qualify, students must have a 3.75-4.0 GPA with at least 12 earned credits.
Thomas Scheett, from Bismarck, majoring in liberal arts and sciences, earned recognition on the dean's list. To qualify, students must earn a 3.5-3.74 GPA with at least 12 earned credits.
Students receive scholarships
Four local students received scholarships for their future plans of attending North Dakota State University in the fall.
Owen Piehl, from Mandan, received the North Dakota State University Presidential Award of $12,000, the Winetta and Delores Lamont Scholarship of $2,000 and the Scott Lindsey Lamont Scholarship of $1,000.
Students who scored 32 or higher on the ACT and high academic achievement are honored with the scholarships. Piehl, son of Shadd and Marnie Piehl, plans to major in English with a minor in communication. During high school he was a part of the school newspaper, football, Latin club and music.
Hannah Voigt, from Mandan, received North Dakota State University Provost Award of $6,000.
The scholarship is award to students who scored 25 to 28 on the ACT and high academic achievement.
Voigt, daughter of Luke and Shauna Voigt, plans to attend NDSU and major in mechanical engineering. In high school she participated in 4-H, National Honor Society and French club.
Bismarck student Michael Leidenix received the Doosan and Bobcat Company Scholarship of $8,000.
The scholarship is awarded to students who intend to go into science, technology, engineering or math, with high academic achievement.
Leidenix, son of Monte and Sarah Leidenix, plans to attend NDSU in the fall majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in agronomy and business. He was a part of robotics, National Honor Society, Science Olympiad, Knights of Virtue and Future Farmers of America in high school.
Jessica Hutchinson, from Bismarck, received the Freshman Academic Scholarship of $2,000, the Bismarck-Mandan Scholarship of $2,200 and the North Dakota State University Honor Award in the amount of half tuition. These scholarships are awarded to students with high academic achievement.
Hutchinson, daughter of Scoot and Tammy Hutchinson, plans to major in mathematics and mathematics education at NDSU. She was a part of student council, basketball, soccer and choir in high school.
Local graduates in Illinois
Tayler Stanton, from Bismarck, graduated this spring from Northern Illinois University. Stanton received a bachelor of arts degree in English.