Campus News: Graduates, President's and Dean's lists honorees

Summer 2022 graduates, President's and Dean's lists, Spring 2022 Dean's list and Fall 2021 Dean's list.

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Summer 2022 Graduates

Berea College – La Crescent: Rowan Swift.

Carthage College – Byron: Zach Gibson; Eyota: Hanna Sveen.

Summer 2022 President’s list

Western Technical College – Brownsville: Taylor Gunderson; Caledonia: Thea Berryman, Teresa Colsch, Christina Jackson, Noah Kearney, Lacie Lerum; Dakota: Reid Haffner, Emily Pyatt; Hokah: Teri Davy; Houston: Abbygail Cuhel, Jeana Hahn, Abigail Kreutzman, Scott Robb; La Crescent: Macy Davis, Kyle Emery, Mason Lange, Sarah Lemke, Roberta McDowell, Shelbi Shockey; Mabel: Coranda Vickerman; Rochester: Rochelle Demaske, Jordan Paffrath; Spring Grove: Kyleigh Doering, Alison Jahnke; Winona: Trevor Malthaup.

Summer 2022 Dean’s list

College of St. Scholastica – Austin: Stacy Clingman; Dexter: Kristie Kielsmeier; Rochester: Taylor Hobbs.

Des Moines Area Community College – Rochester: Brandy Merkel.


Georgia State University – Rochester: Vedha Somashekar.

Upper Iowa University – Winona: Kayla Lundy.

Spring 2022 Dean’s list

University of Alaska Fairbanks – Rochester: Kiley Chambers.

Fall 2021 Dean’s list

University of Alaska Fairbanks – Rochester: Kiley Chambers.

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