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Bradley University Fall 2018 Dean's List

Bradley University Fall 2018 Dean's List, Metamora Herald



Bradley University Fall 2018 Dean's List

PEORIA, IL (12/24/2018)-- Nearly 1700 students make the Fall 2018 Dean's List at Bradley University.

Carrlee Craig of Germantwn Hls, IL (61548) is studying Communication

Kerra Fisher of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Communication

Samantha Barth of Germantwn Hls, IL (61548) is studying Interactive Media

Aria Cramer of Germantwn Hls, IL (61548) is studying Music Education

Nicholas Nauman of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Electrical Engineering

Jan Rollings of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Industrial Engineering

Joseph Kennell of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Industrial Engineering

Nathan Lipski of Germantwn Hls, IL (61548) is studying Mechanical Engineering

Zachary Bernitt of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Mechanical Engineering

Raven Elias of Germantown Hill, IL (61548) is studying Community Wellness

Ashley Fetch of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying FCS Dietetics

Caitlin McDaniel of Germantwn Hls, IL (61548) is studying Middle School Education

Alyssa Herzog of Germantwn Hls, IL (61548) is studying Nursing

Katherine Kessler of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Biology

Blake Glueck of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Computer Science

Coleman Mullins of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Computer Science

Anthony Wessel of Metamora, IL (61548) is studying Computer Science

Those full-time students who earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 grading scale are given the distinction of being placed on the University's Dean's list for their outstanding scholastic achievement.

Bradley University is a top-ranked, private university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 5,400 undergraduate and graduate students the resources of a larger university and the personal attention of a smaller university. More than 185 academic programs are offered in business, communications, education, engineering, fine arts, health sciences, liberal arts and sciences, and technology.





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