Southern Arkansas University names 295 students on President’s List


Southern Arkansas University has announced the names of 295 students who earned a 4.0 GPA for the spring 2017 semester and a spot on the Southern Arkansas University President’s List.

Students from this area include:

Hannah Hanson is a junior Exercise Science major from Texarkana, Texas.

Morgan Morris is a junior K-6 Elementary Education major from Texarkana, Texas.

Rebecca Bagley is a junior Vocal Musical Education major from Texarkana, Texas.

Summer Lathrop is a junior Pre-Nursing (BSN) major from Texarkana, Texas.

Victoria Hardin is a senior Biology Pre-Health major from Wake Village, Texas.

Joseph McDowell is a senior Chemistry Science major from Texarkana, Texas.

Walyn Curtis is a senior Computer Gaming and Animation Design major from Texarkana, Texas.

Joseph Atchison is a senior Finance Analysis major from Texarkana, Texas.

Chris Paul is a senior Human Performance, Recreation, and Community Service (Sports Management) major from Texarkana, Texas.

Crystalynn Davis is a senior Music Education major from Texarkana, Texas.

Tyler Beene is a sophomore K-6 Elementary Education major from Texarkana, Texas.

A total of 294 students were honored to this year’s President’s List, which is up from 225 students who qualified in the spring of 2016 and 272 in the spring of 2015.

Established in 1909, SAU has built on its dedication to student achievement and caring atmosphere, both on campus and online, with more than 80 degrees in four distinct colleges and the School of Graduate Studies. As career and professional trends change, SAU initiates new degree programs to fit those needs. The latest additions include an exciting new cybersecurity computer science program, a unique Welding Engineering Technology SAU System program, and a new track in the MBA program for Social Entrepreneurship.

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