Sixty-two Bloomington-Normal Area Students Receive Honors at Lincoln College – ABE

Sixty-two Bloomington-Normal Area Students Receive Honors at Lincoln College – ABE

June 7, 2021

Sixty-two Bloomington-Normal area students have been named to honors lists for the spring 2021 semester in Lincoln College’s Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) program.


The list includes 45 students who received Special Honors for a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

They include: Emily Auten, Miguel Baez, Joshua Baird, Chloe Bergmann, BreAnne Brookshier, Todd Butler, Brittney Campbell, Rick Campbell, Abby Castleman, Virginia Clevenger, Katherine Cox, Christina Dennis, Jamie Evans, Gloria Flinn, Kathryn Gallagher, Gina Griffin, Taylor Grundler, Kendall Hammel, Cari Hulse, Megan Hutchison, Tiffany Kangley, Tamara Kincy, Jennifer Knight, Kate Lemke, Jacoby Martin, Erica Mattingly, Karen McConnell, Jean Meinershagen, Corie Miller, Taylor Moore, Anthony Nelson, Jon Nettleton, Kendra Neuhaus, Joshua Ohmart, Scott Peterson, Adam Randles, Lauren Schrad, Mindy Schult, Jennifer Sutton, Taylor Thompson, Jaycee Vaughan, Amber Wilson, Erin Woods, Jennifer Woodson, and Rachel Zimmerman.


Six area students were named to the President’s List for a grade point average of 3.75 to 3.99.


They include: Ani Craig, Shary Duniphan, Lataghia Harper, Dawn Jones, Jessica Shepherd, and Anna Troelstrup,


Eleven Bloomington-Normal area 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 include: Leila Anari, Amanda Bender, Kaiyla Brooks, Dillon Crosier, Tracy Dinardi, Brittany Freed, Chantee Hutchcraft, Felicia Molina, Cheyenne Rempe, Cymantha Schempp, Jerel Simpson, and Pamela Sykes.


The Accelerated Bridge to Education program is geared toward adult learners and is currently offered on the Lincoln College campus in Normal; on the main Lincoln College campus in Lincoln; in Oglesby on the campus of Illinois Valley Community College; and in Peoria on the campus of Illinois Central College.


Students take one five-week course at a time, which combines classroom instruction with online learning that is equivalent to a traditional full semester course. Multiple start dates are offered during the year, giving adult students greater flexibility to balance their class load with their work and personal schedules.