The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) has released its dean’s list for the summer sessions.

CSM Announces Dean’s List for Summer Sessions

News Release, College of Southern Maryland

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) has released its dean’s list for the summer sessions. Students who have earned 12 or more credits at CSM are eligible to be considered for the dean’s list. At the end of the fall, spring and summer sessions, full- and part-time students who have completed at least six credits during the semester and have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better will be included in the dean’s list.

For information about CSM, visit www.csm.edu.

Calvert County

Chesapeake Beach                          

  • Elizabeth Askin
  • Jordan Osterloh
  • Shane Thomas
  • Jourdan Wright

Dunkirk                                  

  • Alexis Larson
  • Isabel Laserna
  • Sarah Miller
  • Lauren Wright

Huntingtown                         

  • Michael Cash
  • Owen Edwards
  • Callie Hilgenberg
  • Michael Hill
  • Marissa Kasulke
  • Michelle Mattera

Lusby                        

  • Kyle Schnedler

Owings                                  

  • Audrey Bishop
  • Cheyenne Hunt
  • Brittany Kaleda

Port Republic                       

  • Lauren Britt
  • Shelby Stinnett

Prince Frederick                               

  • Cara Smithburger

St. Leonard

  • Delaney Briscoe
  • Keegan Donnelly

Charles County

Accokeek

  • Jasmine Jasmine

Bryans Road

  • Hannah Jinks

Charlotte Hall

  • Haley Farrell
  • Ashley Latham
  • Melissa Shipman
  • Remington Smith

Hughesville                           

  • Katelyn Miller

La Plata                                 

  • Helen Clevenger
  • Ashley Ellison
  • Abigail Gough
  • Mackenzie Higdon
  • Victoria Kayes
  • Katelyn Kluh
  • Josefina Moss

Newburg

  • Amy Dorough

Pomfret

  • Ki-Ya Rodriguez

Port Tobacco

  • Clay Collins
  • Tina Thomson

Waldorf                                  

  • Brian Clontz
  • Llana Coloma
  • Jesse Cunningham
  • Arielle Davis
  • Kimberly Duncan
  • Amanda Escobar
  • Raion Vincent Fet
  • Raul Vicente Fet
  • Fabian Gonzalez
  • Tilaxmi Kafle
  • Hari Nathan
  • Jacob Palmisano
  • Samantha Sealey
  • Rigel Kaye Siaotong
  • Tori Slappy

Welcome                               

  • Kailey Conyers
  • Samantha Reed

White Plains                         

  • Molly Morris

St. Mary’s County

California                              

  • Hannah Rainer
  • Hong Jae Woo

Chaptico                                

  • Frederick Miller

Great Mills                            

  • Sherice Cutchember
  • Cody Hance

Hollywood                             

  • Casey Bacon
  • Melinda Farrell
  • Melinda Farrell
  • Jenna Long
  • Oxana Schroeder
  • Avonda Vangorden
  • Haley Wheeler

Leonardtown                        

  • Carson Bistline
  • Danielle Brooks
  • Gregory Meyers
  • Bailey Protzman
  • Allison Ridgell
  • Elizabeth Staufenberger

Lexington Park                                 

  • Lynzie Farr
  • Thomas Lambert
  • Ashley Moorhouse
  • Stephanie Rodriguez

Mechanicsville                                  

  • Courtney Allen
  • Dana Chesley
  • Rachel King
  • Jingerlyn Newsome
  • Jennifer Oliver
  • Cloressa Orr
  • Samantha Pallo
  • William Summers
  • Charles Vallandingham

St. Inigoes

  • Sara Fenhagen
  • Isaac Zelinski

Prince George’s County

Brandywine

  • Zion David
  • Neko Ennis
  • Luke McGovern

Upper Marlboro                                

  • Liane Beckley
  • Alaina  Espinal

Texas

Bay City

  • Grace Russell

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