GC Awards Associate Degrees to December Graduates

As the fall semester concluded in December, Garrett College awarded Associate in Art (AA), Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees to 26 students in 10 programs of study. Those students are as follows:

Breanna Nichole Baker, Oakland, AA in Early Childhood Education; Mikaela Bernard, Oakland, AA in Social and Behavioral Science/Social Work; Nicholas R. Brant, Oakland, AA in General Studies; Kyle A Burton, McHenry, AAS in Adventure Sports; Tammy Lee Crayton, Grantsville, AA in General Studies, Suma Cum Laude.

Kasey Drummond, Accident, AAS in Computer Applications, Cum Laude; Ashley Dawn Eggleston, Frostburg, AA in General Studies; Kali C. Fike, Oakland, AA in General Studies; Ashley Folk, Grantsville, AA in Fine & Performing Arts; Kaitlin N. Frazee, Friendsville, AAT in Elementary Ed/Special Education, Cum Laude.

Danielle Marie Glugla, Aurora, W.Va., AA in Business Administration; Colin Hower, St. Michaels, AAS in Adventure Sports; Carol James, Mtn. Lake Park, AA in Social/Behavioral Science; Amber Jones, Grantsville, AA in Elementary Education; Lisa Marie Kifer, Swanton, AA Elementary Education; Vincent A. Klinkner Jr., Confluence, Pa., AAS in Natural Resources and Wildlife Technology.
                                                        
Amanda Marie Lambert, Oakland, AA in Social/Behavioral Science; Sherri McCord Heldreth, Swanton, AA in General Studies; Tyler Robert Meekins, Swanton, AA in Business Administration; Randi L Meyers, Grantsville, AA in General Studies; Zelma M. Neary, Mtn. Lake Park, AA in Social/Behavioral Science, Magna Cum Laude.

LaVina Racheal Payne, Washington, D.C., AAS in Juvenile Justice; Amy M. Quinn, Oakland, AA in Elementary Education, Cum Laude; Jarrod G Sisler, Terra Alta, W.Va., AAS in Natural Resources and Wildlife Technology. Cynthia Ann Marie Smearman, Friendsville, AA in General Studies; and Cooper Thomas, Oakland, AA in Business Administration, Cum Laude.

Garrett College president Dr. Richard MacLennan commended these students on their success. “On behalf of the administration, faculty, and staff I extend our best wishes for the future success of these men and women who have completed their courses and earned their degrees.”