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COTC Spring Semester 2016 President’s and Honors Lists

May 24, 2016—Newark, OH—Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) has released the President's List and Honors List for spring semester 2016.

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.*

Blacklick: Amanda Gaskins and Brooke Wittekiend

Columbus: Linda Purdy and Suzannah Uhrig

Coshocton: Matthew Covic, Whitney Fender, Robert Hill, Penny Jacobs, April Johnson, Maggie Myers and Caley Ridenbaugh

Frazeysburg: Kaitlin Goehring

Fredericktown: Sophia Oster

Gambier: Raymond Beckett

Granville: Emily Hare and Marie Smith

Heath: Elizabeth Spellman and Jacob Taylor

Logan: Lauren Matz

Mansfield: Lauren Takos

New Albany: Stephanie Absalom and Emily Ferrante

New Philadelphia: Taylor Gray

Newark Sherry Angus, Mary Bowler, Brandy Braid, Kacy Burchfield, Kori Caughenbaugh, Jennifer Hunt, Shannon Knapp, Kathryn Maneely, Lindsay Shaffer, Lindsay Walker and Daniel West

Pataskala: Paden Dyer, Trenton Lucas and Nicole Vanover

Philo: Olivia Danison

Quaker City: Debra Lapp

Reynoldsburg: Patrick Moriarty

Saint Louisville: Braden Patchett

Sunbury: Aaron Napoli

Warsaw: Andrea Martin

Westerville: Lesley Freel and Leanne Davis​

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.*

Bexley: Jill Meredith

Blacklick: Chelsea Webb

Brinkhaven: Courtney Hagans

Buckeye Lake: Natasha Ford

Cambridge: Haley Clark

Canal Winchester: Kara Wright

Centerburg: Amanda Henry and Patrick Leber

Columbus: Laura Campolito, Nora Chaban, Jesse Cooperrider, Katora Harp, Tiffany Maye and Shamso Yusuf

Coshocton: John Brems, Tara Burton, Marc Casey, Candace Cormack, Chad Glazier, Brennan McClain, Brooke Mellor, Wyatt Miller, Jessalyn Raber, Brittany Schaefer and Victor Shaver

Danville: Teresa McKenzie

Delaware: Katherine Pryor

Frazeysburg: Jennifer Hess and Cole Nethers

Fredericktown: Michael Groshong

Fresno: Abbigail King

Gambier: Simon Magabe

Glenford: Franklin Slagle

Granville: Jennifer Bamford, Josiah Gastineau, Susan McDiarmid, Madison Sessor and Brooke Williams

Heath: Melissa Cavey, Judson Milton Delancey, Trenton Hewitt, Jennifer Sharper, Matthew Shutts and Whitney Staiger

Hebron: Hayley Glass and Mark Porter

Howard: Toni Price-Burch, Stephanie Probst and Danielle Russell

Johnstown: Christina Bogantz, Lalah Mills, Aimee Shaub, Matthew Wagoner and Laura Wall

Killbuck: Aaron Yoder

Lancaster: Heather Brown

Lexington: Amanda Schaub

Logan: Kaylie Kellenbarger

Mansfield: Rae Chitwood and Kyle Enix

Marengo: Ashley Archibald

Mount Vernon: Matthew Herron, Holly Johnson, Ellie Joris, Arika Linkous, Dustin Miller, Jesse Nyhart, Wesley Reitsma and Elizabeth Woolson

Nashport: Tara Boyer

Newark: Blake Biller, Skyler Caldwell, Krystal Cannon, Steven Carles, Samuel Chancey, Ashley Dillon, Christian Downs, Brittney Fay, Ainslie Fracker, Brandon Frewin, John Gordon, Hailey Greenwald, Cathryn Hardesty, Celina Hoban, Rachael Jennings, Paul Knoefel, Angela Lake, Phelan Mathews, Mitchell Mullins, James Norris, Sierra Price, Alek Rogne, Amy Shaw, Quincey Sims, Jennifer Smailes, Mary Sutton, Katelynn Wallace, Nicole Weaver and Tim Williams

Newcomerstown: Robin Murphy

Pataskala: Ruth Glover, Betty Granger, Nicholas Haugen and Kendra Speirs

Pickerington: Margaret Palsgrove

Port Washington: Amanda Kenney

Reynoldsburg: Cameron Bolles and Vivienne Nkengafac

Rushville: Erin Fennell and Tara Hochradel

Saint Louisville: Katie Claggett

Somerset: Amanda Paeltz and Adrian Shaw

Sunbury: Patience Alspaugh and Lauren Craig

Thornville: Kailee Bennett, MacKenzie Brown and Guillermo Martinez

Upper Arlington: Sean Gilmer

Warsaw: Leah Weimer

Westerville: Ashley Macciomei, Eric Slusarz, Emily Stevens and Troy Van Meter

Zanesville: Olivia McLaughlin and Melissa Moody

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

Central Ohio Technical College opened in 1971 and is celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2016. COTC 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.