WHEELING, W.VA – West Virginia Northern Community College (WVNCC) is proud to announce the following students have made the President’s List and Dean’s List for the Spring 2023 Semester:

President’s List

The President’s List is comprised of students who maintained a 4.0 grade point average in a minimum of 12 credit hours, excluding developmental courses.

Local students include the following:

West Virginia

New Cumberland- Nathan Carson, Jessica Duty, and Breydi Shento

Weirton- Joseph Bostaph, Joice Emery, Natasha Kaplun,Minseo Kim, Raul Pedroza, Aviah Prosser, Erin Ross, and Gavin Utt.

Wellsburg- Jacob Colley, Kaleigh Hendricks, Allison Myers, and Liam Riska.

Wheeling- Trevin Behrens, Weslynn Davis, Rebekah Karelis, Gina Magnone, Zachary Morrell, Tasha Richard, Lucas Smith, Justin Swiger, Matthew Trabert, Gabriel Tribett,Corrine Troxell, and Lauren Wright.

Dean’s List

Students attained the Dean’s List by earning a 3.5 GPA in a minimum of nine credit hours, excluding developmental courses.

West Virginia

Chester- Sydney Brown, Clay Dotson, and Shawn McElroy.

Colliers- Jeffrey Barnes, Robert Dodson, and Naedia McCann.

New Cumberland Nolan Firman, Shiann Kolling

Newell- Kennedy Graves and Alexis Gray.

Weirton- Anthony Arnold, Kayelee Austin, Ziona Barnes, Hailey Beadle, Jillian Cottrill, Samuel Cunningham, Joshua Duffy, Anthony Earley, Elizabeth Elias, Kaitlyn Fortune,Melody Golden, Matthew Hartley, Reagan Hoover, Adam Huber, Kali Krynicki, Michael Lytle, Travis McEndree, Rachel Ogbonna, Katie Parker, Anthony Potocnik, Isabella Pulice, Jonathan Rice, Lexis Riddle, Kristen Skinnerand Juliana Velegol, Jason White.

Wellsburg- James Dodd, Kaitlyn Doyle, and Nicholas Langley.

West Virginia Northern Community College’s mission is to educate and empower individuals to achieve academic and career goals, leading to a highly skilled, well-rounded, and accomplished workforce which successfully competes and adapts in a global economy. The College responds to the needs of the region it serves by offering a high-quality learning environment that is accessible, safe, and accommodating while nurturing teamwork and community service. Founded in 1972, WVNCC is comprised of three campuses situated in New Martinsville, Weirton and Wheeling. 


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