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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has announced 2,148 students received degrees, including 1,471 undergraduates and 677 graduate degrees, at its May 16 commencement ceremonies.
Local students receiving degrees were: Whitney D. Evans of Ash, bachelor of arts degree, magna cum laude; Jordan C. Shirley of Leland, bachelor of science degree; Ivy J. Crossman of Shallotte, bachelor in social work degree; Jenna E. Jordan of Shallotte, bachelor of science degree, magna cum laude; Joseph R. Hilaman of Southport, bachelor of arts degree; and Caleb T. Gore of Sunset Beach, bachelor of arts degree.
Chancellor Patricia A. Sullivan also announced 3,037 undergraduate students earned dean’s list honors and 1,307 students were named to the chancellor’s list during the spring semester.
Local students receiving dean’s list honors were:
Whitney D. Evans of Ash; Lauren M. Diaz of Leland; Jordan C. Shirley of Leland; Kara N. Young of Leland; Amanda N. Donoghue of Ocean Isle Beach; Cheryl A. Jablonski of Ocean Isle Beach; Julie A. Wheeler of Shallotte; Lisa H. Crook of Southport; Patrick S. Killeen of Southport; and Ashlee R. Zackeru of Supply.
To attain dean’s list honors, students carrying at least six hours of course work must earn an academic grade point average of 3.5 or higher with no grade lower than a B-. Students are eligible after they have completed 15 hours of coursework.
Local students receiving chancellor’s list honors were: Lauren M. Diaz of Leland; Julie A. Wheeler of Shallotte; Lisa H. Crook of Southport; and Ashlee R. Zackeru of Supply.
To attain chancellor’s list honors, full-time undergraduates must have cumulative grade point averages of at least 3.65 of a possible 4.0. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of course work. They also must have completed 30 hours of coursework.