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Reierson makes LRSC dean’s list

A West Fargo student was named to the Lake Region State College dean’s list for spring 2014.

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Taran John Reierson earned the distinction.

Students who maintained a 4.00 grade point average are named to the President’s list. Students who maintained high academic standings between 3.25 and 4.00 are named to the dean’s list.

UND president’s honor roll

The University of North Dakota released its 2014 spring semester president’s roll of honor, which included West Fargo and Horace students:

West Fargo students:

Katelyn Aswege, Ethan Doll, Cameron Dutt, Adrienne Freije, Abby Hagle, Danielle Meyer, Kathryn Nekola, Rachel Sauter

Horace students:

Nathaniel Peterson, Alexis Wasem; Jamestown - Jace Erickson, Matthew Kopp, Jennifer Neva, Sarah Neva, Sondra Pergotski, Alec Redmann, Hope Wright

To qualify for the president’s roll of honor, a student must have an overall cumulative grade-point average of 3.80 or higher. The student must also have earned a minimum of 30 semester hours and have completed a minimum of 12 hours at the close of the semester, eight of which must be for traditional letter grades.

U of M Crookston dean’s list

Melissa Draeger, West Fargo, has been named to spring semester 2014 dean’s list at the University of Minnesota Crookston.

To qualify for a place on the dean’s list, students must complete 12 or more letter-graded credits while attaining a 3.66 grade-point average.

UND dean’s list

Area students were named to the University of North Dakota 2014 spring semester dean’s list. They are:

  • Nathaniel Peterson and Alexis Wasem of Horace. 
  • Ethan Doll, Danielle Meyer, Kathryn Nekola and Rachel Sauter of West Fargo. 

To qualify for the dean’s list, students’ grade-point averages must be in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the university’s degree-granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than “satisfactory/unsatisfactory.”

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