Fall 2014 Honor Roll Recipients!

Nossi College of Art keeps their art students involved and connected to Nashville’s thriving creative and entertainment industries. In addition to volunteering to work on side projects, many students work full or part time jobs and they still manage to make an impression at school by earning the distinction of Honor Roll. At Nossi, there are three levels on honors – Summa Cum Laude, earned when students make a 3.8-4.0 GPA; Magna Cum Laude, earned when students make a 3.6-3.79 and Cum Laude, earned when students make a 3.4-3.59 GPA. For underclassmen, we have a President’s List for anyone earning a perfect 4.0 GPA and a Dean’s List who earned a 3.67 – 3.99.

“Being on any honor list indicates that, academically, a student had an excellent semester,” said Dr. Byron Edwards, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Nossi College.

Davidson County:

President’s List: Audrey Hale, Lisa Hinson, Steven Hudson, Raymond Johnson, Lloyd Christopher Lindsey, Troy Miszklevitz, Ashshahid Muhammad, Katherine Seghers and Mary Sullivan

Dean’s List: Corey Bowers, Kaylia Caudel, Samantha Hoxit, Justin McWhirter

Clarksville:

President: Chelsea Campbell, Jesse Horn and Kimberly Stillman

Dean: Sydney Cusack

Bell Buckle, TN:

President: Tyler Cowan

Bowling Green, KY:

President: Dusty Draper

Crofton, KY:

President: Richard Norris

Cumberland Furnace, TN:

President: Cynthia Maier

Decherd, TN:

President: Michiah Posey

Elkview, WV:

President: Emily Shafer

Fairview, TN: 

President: Michael Pennington

Forked River, NJ:

President: Taylor Farrant

Goodlettsville, TN:

President: Jordan Shumate

Dean: Jeleva Pack

Gordonsville, TN:

President: Carey Malone

Henderonsville, TN:

President: Michael Gribble, Brandi Leath and Aaron Raines

Hermitage, TN:

President: Mary Foss

Kingston Springs, TN:

President: Victoria Lee

Lynchburg, TN:

Dean: Shelby Deaton

McMinnville, TN:

Dean: Mila Lance

Mt. Juliet, TN:

President: Tim Amerine and Katriel Coleman

Murfreesboro, TN:

President: Aron Bess, Mary Ann Hewitt and Christopher Wilkerson

Dean: Elizabeth Wilson

Nunnelly, TN:

Dean: Amanda Barefoot

Pleasant View, TN:

Dean: Katherine Clarke

Portland, TN:

President: Jeremy Anderson

Dean: Wendell Harris

Quebeck, TN:

Dean: Emma Wilson

Slayten, TN:

Dean: Misty Broadney

Smyrna, TN:

President: Jason Hill and Chelsa Schoonover

Sorrento, FL:

President: Amber Thomas

Spring Hill, TN:

President: Jacob Morgan

Tompkinsville, KY:

President: Bruce Bow

White House, TN:

President: Joshua Cox

Dean: Kelly Pratt

Academia is just one thing Nossi students pride themselves in achieving. Students also participated in over 250 community-related events and projects in 2014. They have worked with companies like the Country Music Association, the Tennessean, Lightning 100 as well as non-profits like the Cumberland Compact, Root 53 Foundation and the Pencil Foundation to assist in creating and developing creative assets.

Creating a connection to the creative community before graduation helps students understand the professional, working dynamic of the ‘real world.’ When you pair that with high academic honors, students will achieve a portfolio that sets them apart from peers in similar fields.

“Students receive personal satisfaction that comes when one realizes he or she has academically performed at a higher level than most of one’s classmates,” said Dr. Edwards. “Students who consistently earn Academic Honors are highly respected by their instructors and are more likely to receive excellent recommendations from their instructors.”

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