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COTC Autumn Semester 2015 President’s and Honors Lists

NEWARK, Ohio, January 7, 2016—Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) has released the President's List and Honors List for autumn semester 2015.

President's List: To qualify, a student must be enrolled for a minimum of 12 graded credit hours and earn a grade point average of 4.00. Students are grouped by hometown.*

Bellville: Lacy Rhea

Blacklick: Bradley Steinbauer

Buckeye Lake: Natasha Ford

Cambridge: Haley Clark

Columbus: Sarah Griffith and Tizita Molla

Coshocton: Matthew Covic, Chad Glazier, Penny Jacobs and April Johnson

Danville: Teresa McKenzie

Galloway: Felipe Mejia Miranda

Granville: Marie Smith

Hebron: Mary Gilbert

Johnstown: Laura Wall

Lancaster: James Marcinko

Newark: Blake Biller, Brandy Braid, Lauren Dierks, Heather Jackson, Jason Klein, Kayla McGuire, Mitchell Mullins, Jessica Rock and Lindsay Shaffer

Pataskala: Kylie Green, Nicole Vanover and Amber Wright

Reynoldsburg: Rebecca Scherger and Tyler Walker

Sunbury: Lauren Craig and Doug Edwards

Thornville: Robinette Bowman

Upper Arlington: Sean Gilmer

Walhonding: Robert Sloboda

Zanesville: Leanne Davis and Melissa Moody​

Honors List: To qualify, a student must be enrolled for a minimum of 12 graded credit hours and earn a grade point average of 3.50 or better. Students are grouped by hometown.*

Alexandria: Madelyn Lotz

Baltimore: Kendra George

Blacklick: Joseph Juarbe, Susan Morrow and Chelsea Webb

Brinkhaven: Courtney Hagans, Hayden Hatcher and Amanda Henry

Columbus: Laura Campolito, Sarah Jalloh, Litha Ray and Liliya Siravo

Coshocton: Michael Ashcraft, John Brems, Matthew Brillhart, Candace Cormack, Whitney Fender, Anthony Gross, David McPeak, Maggie Myers, Jessalyn Raber, Caley Ridenbaugh and Brittany Schaefer

Dresden: Michael Kanavel

Frazeysburg: Kristian Darby

Fredericktown: Michael Groshong

Fresno: Abbigail King

Galloway: Carolyn Thornburg

Gambier: Raymond Beckett and Simon Magabe

Glenford: Franklin Slagle

Granville: Brett Bolden and Josiah Gastineau

Grove City: Gregory Wasko

Heath: Ty Burson, Melissa Cavey, Aaron Caw, Judson Milton Delancey, Trenton Hewitt, Matthew Shutts, Elizabeth Spellman, Whitney Staiger and Dalyn Weaver

Hebron: Hayley Glass, Joseph Goett and Penny Miller

Howard: Kimberly Byers and Alexandria Lybarger

Johnstown: Ashley Bush, Susan Cromwell, Lalah Mills, Michael Russell, Aimee Shaub, David Thompson and Karlee Williams

Killbuck: Aaron Yoder

Lancaster: Joel Cathers

Logan: Genna Cole

Mansfield: Rae Chitwood

Millersburg: Kendyll Johnson

Millersport: Dustin Green

Mount Vernon: Wendy Fairchild, Brian Gerich, Jaret Gaumer, Matthew Herron, Holly Johnson, Ellie Joris, Madison Keaton, Wesley Reitsma, Samantha Rine and Elizabeth Woolson

New Philadelphia: Taylor Gray

Newark: Sherry Angus, Ajay Barber, Charles Becker, Eryca Borders, Emma Bowman, Kacy Burchfield, Skyler Caldwell, Brianna Capitano, Tanisha Dilo, Ainslie Fracker, Brandon Frewin, James Galloway, John Gordon, Hailey Greenwald, Elizabeth Hamann, Celina Hoban, Jennifer Hunt, Rachael Jennings, Angela Lake, Kathryn Maneely, Phelan Mathews, Alissa McConnell, Nathan McMaster, Penny Moore, James Scott Nichols, James Norris, Sierra Price, Jasyn Reid, Amy Righter, Tacie Shannon, Quincey Sims, Michael Smith, Rebekah Thompson, Taryn Walker, Hayden Walpole, Daniel West and Tim Williams

Pataskala: Josh Derenburger, Hailey Jeter and Kelsey Rodgers

Pickerington: Audriana Barton and Kedeshia Thenstead

Quaker City: Debra Lapp

Reynoldsburg: Cameron Bolles, Samantha Harper, Priscilla Montney and Vivienne Tasong

Rushville: Tara Hochradel and Sierra Zenner

Saint Louisville: Robert Fondriest and Braden Patchett

Somerset: Jamie Fraley and Amanda Paeltz

Sugar Grove: James Gordon

Thornville: MacKenzie Brown

Utica: Kyle Jones

Westerville: Anthony Fogle, Lesley Freel, Ashley Macciomei and Eric Slusarz

Zanesville: Heather Bonifield

*Only students who have granted COTC permission to release their names to the public are listed.

Central Ohio Technical College is a fully accredited, public college dedicated to providing high-quality, accessible programs of technical education in response to current and emerging employment needs, as well as encouraging the professional development of students, staff, faculty and administrators to assist them in achieving their maximum potential.  COTC is the only technical college in Ohio operating four full-service campus locations: Newark, Coshocton, Knox and Pataskala. ​