One-hundred seventy-five students have been named to honors lists for the spring 2021 semester at Lincoln College, including 54 students who achieved Special Honors by earning a perfect 4.0 grade point average.
“Our honor students deserve special recognition for excelling academically given the difficulties and challenges presented by the pandemic over the last year and a half,” said Lincoln College President David Gerlach.
Fifty-four students earned Special Honors by achieving a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the spring 2021 semester.
They include: Kennedy Allen of Belvidere; Tequila Allen of Country Club Hills; Khalil Alleyne; Courtney Anderson of St. Louis; Donovon Anderson of Country Club Hills; Yasmine Austin of Chicago; Milan Bajgai; Taylor Becker of Highland; Kynleigh Blake of Mt. Zion; Tovah Brooks of Canton; Javarius Burgess of Kankakee; Jocelyn Bush of Lincoln; Arianah Carroll of Pleasant Prairie, WI; Bethany Cisco of Lincoln; Chaddam Crosier of Rushville; Iesha Crowe of Lincoln; Robert Davis of Emden; Kacy Dunlap of Mt.Sterling; Jaden Eilts of Hopedale; Derek Fitzgerald of Robertsville, MO; Clayton Foster of Lincoln; Santavia Grant of Marietta, GA; Earl Green of Madison; Kiya Hagene of Pinckneyville; Sydney Hilliard of Morton; Nicole Homann of Altamont; Timothy Jackson of Lincoln; Ra’Kyah Jeter of Mound City; Jayden Lawrence of Beason; Nia Lawrence of Stockbridge, GA; Kelsey Lee of Hartsburg; Michelle Londono Jimenez; Dennis Mhini; Kaleia Monteiro of Lansing; Tiarra Morgan of Calumet Park; Gyungyong Nam of Atlanta, GA; Ali Nowicki of Petersburg; Josalyn Owens of Lincoln; Miguel Reyes of Bayamon, PR; Kailee Scoles of Clinton; Elisabeth Shick of Kansas; Saydey Shubert of Canton; Marissa Sifuentez-Lewis of Crestwood; Joel Singley of Lincoln; Madison Skelton of Mason City; Zachary Smith of Lincoln; Amber Stokes of Farmington; Ryan Thomas of Lincoln; Alec Timm of Sherman; Jasmine Watson of Milwaukee, WI; De’Jah Weathersby of Matteson; Maggie Werts of Bloomington; Kaylee Winebrinner of Lincoln; and Emma Winslow of Georgetown.
Forty-one Lincoln students were named to the President’s List. President’s List students are recognized for a grade point average of 3.75 to 3.99.
They include: Samantha Andrews of Lansing; Aleck Bailey of Lincoln; Elizabeth Bankole of Rockford; Jaylah Bolden of Dolton; LaVareon Campbell of Bloomington; Callahan Case of Clinton; Adam Dempsey; Mia DeTolve of Glendale Heights; Anjelia Dominguez of Lincoln; Ashley Durham of Henderson, KY; Aaron Evans of Springfield; Katherine Fitch of Bushnell; Ara Floyd of Carthage; Luca Ganio-Mego; Alexis Gines of Cahokia; Laila Graham of Fairview Heights; Jack Hale of Fenton, MO; Samaya Haynes of Kankakee; Adam Hoffman of Springfield; Jacqueline Ishmael of Havana; Gage Krider of Mechanicsburg; Chloe Laubenstein of Lincoln; Morgan Lolling of Lincoln; James Marquez of Lincoln; Spencer Marquez of Wyanet; Raul Marrero of Petersburg; Dakotah Matherly of Lincoln; Morgan Mausehund of Kankakee; Kaitlin Moore of Caseyville; Joshua Resh of Gilbert, AZ; Caroline Reynolds of Granite City; Mutumwinka Rose of Rock Island; Hannah Salzman of St. Anne; Hunter Sherwood of Tooele, UT; Breanna Shutt of Lincoln; Audrey Smith of Springfield; Brian Smith; Seleste Smith of Sullivan; D’Onnah Smith-Reid of Cahokia; Merritt Steffens of Lincoln; and Bailey Wilkinson of Palmer.
Eighty students were named to the Dean’s List. Dean’s List students are recognized for a grade point average of 3.25 to 3.74.
They included: Oscar Aamodt; Sydia Anders of Montgomery; Mackenzie Antoine of Lincoln; Kristin Arvanis of Silvis; William Aubert of Decatur; Ethan Aughenbaugh; Ariel Avitia of Cicero; Kayla Battle of North Aurora; Allena Benniger of Lincoln; Sarah Buckner of Decatur; Demetrious Burtin of Broadview; Shannon Cabit of Lincoln; Blessing Casey of Springfield; Shanelle Clark of Romeoville; Madeline Cleary of Springfield; Madalyne Confer of Rockford; Sydney Davidson of Bloomfield, IN; Alexis Davis of Lincoln; Alex Downing of Lincoln; Chidera Ekeopara; James Elliott of Baltimore, MD; Damya Everett of Bloomington; DeAndre Freeman of Chicago; Cameron Gardner of Hephzibah, GA; Megan Gilliam of Waterloo; Bayleigh Gillum of Lawndale; Daniela Gonzales of Peoria; Carla Gutierrez Anaya of Mexico City, MX; Amanda Harms of Somonauk; Tyelor Helm of Chicago; Santiago Herrera; Garrett Hooker of Bloomington; Trinity Horton of Naperville; Joshua Howard of Springfield; Imani Hubbard of Chicago; Angel Ibanez; Chrishon Jackson of University Park; Justin Jackson of Chicago; Alexa Javadi of Mokena; Jovana Jeremic; Imani Johnson-Batts of Newman; Kaylee Johnston of Peoria; Morgan Kroesser of Bremerton, WA; Devin Lasanska of Petersburg; Jaylyn Linder of Hoopeston; Malyk Marta e Silva; Emily Martinez of Lincoln; Alijah Mcgee of Cahokia; Joshua McKinney of Canton; Morgan Meyer of Oldenburg, IN; Kamille Monteiro of Lansing; Haley Morgan of Bloomington; Easton Norris of Ooltewah; Jordan Olmstead of Sturgeon, MO; Donato Pakak of Sarasota, FL; Vincent Parise of Ottawa; Cherokee-Jean Pendergrass of Shannon; Halee Petrokovich of Wood River; Ruben Reinertsen; Jessica Renfro of Charleston; Tianna Rushing of Calumet Park; Daniel Salla of Topeka; Jenna Salzman of St. Anne; Alicia Sator of Dawson; Victoria Smith of Homewood; Rashaad Stancle of Hartsburg; Jacob Stauffer of Lincoln; Dajuan Stewart of Chatham; Khalil Summerville of Dolton; Sydney Swiercz of Lakemoor; Abdoulaye Sylla of East Moline; Dominic Tenayuca of Algonquin; Hunter Thacker of Lawrenceville, GA; Victoria Villagomez of Cicero; Ivan Vlek; Mariel Wade of Spring, TX; Antonio Williams of Chicago; Aundrae Williams of Springfield; Mecca Wilson of Chicago; and Juan Wulff of Campbellsville, KY.
Lincoln College is planning to hold in-person instruction for fall 2021, which begins August 16.
Students were welcomed back to campus for the spring 2021 semester, with not a single case of the novel coronavirus contact-traced to any classroom environment. Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19 throughout the 2020-2021 academic year, positivity rates on-campus have remained low. Lincoln College will continue to meet or exceed all mandates, guidelines, and recommendations from state and federal health authorities. The College will also maintain enhanced cleaning protocols.
“Lincoln College students demonstrated incredible flexibility by switching from traditional in-person learning to on-line distance learning throughout the year. We could not be more proud of their determination to succeed,” said Gerlach.