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PCCUA recognizes AR County 2022 honor graduates and Outstanding Students

These Phillips College students, who have attended classes on the Stuttgart and DeWitt campuses, were among those recognized as 2022 honor graduates during a reception hosted by the college. (Submitted photo)
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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.

(L-R) Arkansas County honor graduates Natalie Singleton, of Clarendon; Melisa Barajas, of Gillett; Jennifer Carpenter, of DeWitt; and Shelton Bailey, of Crocketts Bluff, were selected Outstanding Students by the faculty on PCCUA’s Stuttgart and DeWitt campuses. (Submitted photo)

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