PULLMAN – Washington State University has released the list of students who have been named to the spring 2014 President’s Honor Roll.
The honor roll recognizes students who stand above the rest with excellent academic performance. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade point average of 3.75 or higher, or earn a minimum 3.50 cumulative GPA based on 15 cumulative hours of graded work.
Sunnyside natives who earned a place on the honor roll for spring 2014 are Kelley Lauryn Bridges, Guillermo Correa, Ruben Cortez, Renee Evonne Dalrymple, Eric Edward Desmarais, Esmeralda Fernandez, Lionor R. Galindo, Juana Lilia Garibay, Kevin Sean Gavin, Julie Anna Long, Danielle Marie Newhouse, Diane Margaret Podvin, Marie Elizabeth Quintero-Hill, Maricela Ramirez, Victor Hugo Sanchez and Kristen Pearl Wedam.
Students originally from Outlook who made the list are Hilari Louise Bosma and Ashley Rose Haak.
Grandview natives who made the list are Kolten Elizabeth Adams, Selene Chavez, Rosalinda Godinez, Kathryn Eloise Gordon, Kaylynn Skye Long, Areli Lora, Amanda Lee Marquez, Komal Naran, Jose Daniel Rodriguez, Jessica Cecile Schloss, Devon Patrick Swofford and Mitchel Alan Wagner.
Prosser natives on the list are Brooke E. Adams, Toni Lynn Adams, Macauley Jacen Andrews, Kenneth Harold Corliss, Catina Marie Couch, Josh Daniel Falce, Nicole Christine Ledesma, Audra Michelle McNair, Gregory William Moore, Madison Lee Moore, Joel E. Olvera, Laura Anne Pearson, Monica Jo Ray, Alexandria Riojas, Alejandro Romero, Jordan Suzanne Sperl, Cheryl Marie Thonney, Mark Alan Tyler and Jill Patricia Warwick.
From Granger, Thomas Joshua Lozano, Victor Sandoval and Corinna Tiesha-Lynn Thornton made the spring 2014 honor roll at WSU.
Also making the list is Joshua Merle Cummings of Bickleton.