The 2022 honor graduates of Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas, who attended classes on the Stuttgart and DeWitt campuses, were honored during a reception preceding commencement exercises on Thursday, May 12, in Stuttgart. The honor graduates were recognized for their dedication in maintaining a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5.
Among the 2022 honor graduates were: Shelton Bailey, of Crocketts Bluff; Melisa Barajas, of Gillett; Paul Braithwaite, of Almyra; Coby Brown, of Humphrey; Jennifer Carpenter, of DeWitt; Terri Garrison, of Stuttgart; Sarah Glover, of Clarendon; Ashton Gray, of DeWitt; Carson Griffin, Catelyn Hampton, Jalisha Hawkins, and Daniel Holmes, all of Stuttgart; Jacquelyn Johnson, of DeWitt; Yaulonda Johnson, of Stuttgart; McKinzie LaCotts, of DeWitt; Dawson Livingston, of England; Trinity Luckett and Sidney Mack, both of Stuttgart; Sashonda Polk, of DeWitt; Piper Raney, of DeWitt; of Brandie Self, of DeValls Bluff; Michael Sims, of Des Arc; Natalie Singleton, of Clarendon; Brooks Spears, of Almyra; and Breana Watkins and Tanner Wood, both of DeWitt.
Selected Outstanding Students by the faculty on their respective campuses were: Shelton Bailey and Natalie Singleton – Stuttgart Campus; and Melisa Barajas and Jennifer Carpenter – DeWitt Campus. These students embody the spirit of PCCUA on their campus.