NW Fall 2019 President’s List
College officials at Northwest Mississippi Community College have released the President’s List for the Fall 2019 Semester.
The President’s List includes students completing 12 or more semester hours with a 3.75 or better grade point average.
Included on the list are Maria Aguilar-Robles of Michigan City, Benjamin Bullard of Ashland, Molly Curtis of Ashland, Colton Fortner of Ashland, Lindsey Matlock of Hickory Flat, Kristin Murphy of Ashland, Andrea Adams of Byhalia, Amber Anderson of Potts Camp, Latoria Bogard of Red Banks, Joshua Brake of Holly Springs, Sydney Briscoe of Red Banks, Abigail Bullard of Holly Springs, April Bullard of Holly Springs, Molly Busby of Holly Springs, Jorden Carlisle of Holly Springs, Anslynn Carroll of Byhalia, Zachary Casey of Byhalia, Miriam Castanon of Byhalia, Augustine Cathey of Holly Springs, William Colston of Barton, Cayla Crisp of Byhalia, Hugo Ferretiz Gonzalez of Byhalia, Mariela Flores of Byhalia, Victoria Gurley of Holly Springs, Byronica Harris of Byhalia, Charika Harris of Lamar, Haylei Holmes of Byhalia, Addisyn Hughes of Red Banks, Travian Jeffries of Holly Springs, Cora Johnson of Lamar, Deneb Kamt Raffo of Byhalia, Christopher Kave of Byhalia, Kayla Kirby of Byhalia, Zaida Lugo of Byhalia, Kennytra Martin of Holly Springs, Taylor McCulley of Byhalia, McKenzie McDermott of Byhalia, Dylan Morrow of Byhalia, Tangela Mosley of Byhalia, Brianna Murphy of Byhalia, Madison Newman of Waterford, Kailey Nixon of Byhalia, Savannah Pettey of Byhalia, Audrey Poole of Red Banks, Ruby Rogers of Byhalia, Madalyn Sloan of Byhalia, Seth Strohm of Byhalia, Elizabeth Tollison of Holly Springs, Kayla Tro of Byhalia, Evangeline Tunstall of Byhalia, Anna Turner of Byhalia, Jennifer Turner of Lamar, Hailey Wilson of Potts Camp, Kenyon Work of Potts Camp
Northwest offers the prerequisites students need to prepare for a four-year degree at any of Mississippi’s colleges and universities. Northwest also offers more than 30 Career and Technical programs designed to teach students the practical skills needed for a wide variety of jobs in the workforce.
Registration for the Spring 2020 semester’s second miniterm is scheduled for March 5- 6. Classes run from March 16-May 7. Open registration for first-term summer session (day classes) is set for May 29. Classes run from June 1-June 25.
For more information, visit the Northwest website at northwestms.edu.