Local students named to JSU President’s, Dean’s Lists


JACKSONVILLE, Ala. –  Nearly 1,200 students were named to the President’s List at Jacksonville State University for their outstanding academic performance in fall 2022. To be named to the President’s List, a student must earn at least 12 GPA hours of course credit while maintaining a 4.0 term GPA.  

Local students include: 

  • Katherine E. Robles of Arab 
  • Wesley Kent Tyler of Arab 
  • Mary A. Whitlow of Arab 
  • Billy Atchley of Arab 
  • Tyler Donald Boyd of Arab 
  • Hannah Denise Hallmark of Arab 
  • Chloe Ann Thompson of Cullman 
  • Zachary McClain of Cullman 
  • Ashley D. Barnett of Cullman 
  • Jordan Riley Allbright of Cullman 
  • Kolton L. Guthrie of Cullman 
  • Abigail Kristin Curtis of Cullman 
  • Emily P. Hancock of Cullman 
  • Ashley W. Patrick of Cullman 
  • Cayla E. Allen of Joppa 
  • Kacie Rochelle Swann of Logan 
  • Mattie Elizabeth Womack of Addison 
  • Amber Lashae Greer of Falkville 
  • Kinley G. Coots of Falkville 

More than 1,300 students were named to the Dean’s List at Jacksonville State University for their outstanding academic performance in fall 2022. To be named to the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.5-3.99 GPA for the semester while completing at least 12 GPA hours of course credit. 

Local students include: 

  • Priya A. Ragha of Arab 
  • Allison N. Carroll of Arab 
  • Hannah E. Zajaczkowski of Arab 
  • Lakelyn McKenna Wilson of Arab 
  • James Tyler Thompson of Bremen 
  • Brennen Elliott Norton of Cullman 
  • Julee S. Turner of Cullman 
  • Mattilen M. Nelson of Cullman 
  • Jamie L. Mezick of Cullman 
  • Kayla Ann Melton of Cullman 
  • Hannah Elizabeth North of Hayden 
  • Jonathan Adam Turner of Hayden 
  • Hailey Anne Smith of Hayden 
  • Jessie M. Sandlin of Hayden 
  • Hannah M. Scott of Holly Pond 
  • Cassandra Jo Peterson of Holly Pond 
  • Edmund-Joseph Kochan Lovett of Vinemont 
  • Hannah Faith Phillips of Arley 

Founded in 1883 as a state teachers college, Jacksonville State University has grown from humble beginnings into the Alabama regional university with the highest percentage of accredited programs. Located in the Appalachian foothills midway between Birmingham and Atlanta, JSU offers more than 150 courses of study, including over 40 online programs, at the undergraduate and graduate level. To learn more, visit www.jsu.edu, call 1-800-231-JAX1 or e-mail jaxfacts@jsu.edu.