ST. CLOUD - St. Cloud State University has announced the names of more than 1,700 students whose academic achievement placed them on the 2020 spring semester dean's list. To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

Hometown, Name, College, Major (if listed)

Backus

  • Joseph Merritt, College of Science and Engineering, Computer Science, BS

Baxter

  • Kathryn Erickson, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS
  • Brooklyn Kovach, School of Health and Human Services, Social Work, BS
  • Jaden Kroll, College of Liberal Arts, Graphic Design, BFA
  • Autumn Meyer, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS

Bowlus

  • Emily Wiechman, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS

Brainerd

  • Joseph Bahr, College of Liberal Arts, Mass Communications, BS
  • Madison Dally, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS
  • Andrea Langhoff, School of Public Affairs, Social Studies Education, BS
  • Claude Lee, School of Public Affairs, Mathematical Economics, BS
  • Brittany Miller, School of Health and Human Services, Community Psychology, BS
  • Nikolas Speliopoulos, College of Liberal Arts, Mass Communications, BS
  • Nicole Zapzalka, College of Liberal Arts, Art Education, BS

Breezy Point

  • Emma Abramo, School of Education, Early Childhood Education, BS
  • Jocelyn Burback, School of Health and Human Services, Chemical Dependency, BS

Browerville

  • Alison Gugglberger, School of Public Affairs, Hospitality and Tourism, BA
  • Samantha Rech, School of Education, Early Childhood Education, BS

Crosby

  • Rebecca Schmitz, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS

Deerwood

  • Caden Johnson, College of Science and Engineering, Cybersecurity, BS
  • Kassidy Pietz, Herberger Business School, Marketing, BS

Grey Eagle

  • Chantel Leukam, College of Liberal Arts, English, BA
  • Gina Spicer, School of Health and Human Services, Social Work, BS
  • Jessica Spicer, Herberger Business School, Marketing, BS

Hillman

  • Jennifer Studniski, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS

Long Prairie

  • Whitney Eckel, School of Education, SPED: Academic & Behavioral Strategist, BS
  • Taylor Kingston, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS
  • Adeline McCoy, School of Health and Human Services, Community Psychology, BS
  • Montserrat Montanez Alviso, College of Liberal Arts, Psychology, BA

Nisswa

  • Noah Baker, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education, BS

Pequot Lakes

  • Raymond Fitzer, College of Science and Engineering, Software Engineering, BSE

Pierz

  • Jacob Andres, School of Health and Human Services, Health and Physical Education, BS
  • Kayla Brisk, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education, BS
  • Hannah Kahl, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education, BS
  • Jesse Marshik, Herberger Business School, Accounting, BS
  • Matthew Poepping, School of Health and Human Services, Physical Education, BS

Pillager

  • Jacob Siefkes, College of Science and Engineering, Software Engineering, BSE
  • Jamie Smith, College of Science and Engineering, Mathematics, BA
  • Melissa Watson, School of Health and Human Services, Social Work, BS

Randall

  • Brandon Behsman, Herberger Business School, Accounting, BS
  • Wendy Petrich, School of Education, Early Childhood Education, BS

Royalton

  • Jackson Held, College of Science and Engineering, Technology Management, BS
  • Raelin Reuck, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education, BS
  • Adam Ritsche, College of Science and Engineering, Environmental Science, BS

Staples

  • Morgan Leslie, School of Education, Elementary/K-6 Education, BS
  • Sarah Marte, College of Liberal Arts, English, BA
  • Shelby Smith, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS
  • Kassidy White, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS

Swanville

  • Simon Bryce, Herberger Business School, Management, BS
  • Emma Mueller, School of Public Affairs, Geography, BA
  • Hannah Schneider, School of Health and Human Services, Nursing, BS
  • Grace Schultz, School of Education, SPED: Academic & Behavioral Strategist, BS

Wadena

  • Michael Behl, Herberger Business School, Management, BS
  • Alexandria Kahl, College of Liberal Arts, Psychology, BA