JBU Advance Program Recognizes Northwest Arkansas Students

Siloam Springs, Ark (October 16, 2002) — The following students have been named to the John Brown University’s President’s and Dean’s List of distinguished students of the Advance Program.

President’s List (Semester GPA of 3.8 - 4.0) Jeanne Langston of Alpena, Shannon Brown, Jeremy T. Merritt, and Kyle Werst of Bella Vista, Deanna Newberry and Tracey McWilliams and Linda Rodgers of Bentonville, Maridan Soderquist of Farmington, Jennifer Sheehy, Dustin Korzaan, and David Kimbrow of Fayetteville, Julie Adams of Green Forest, Rick Williams, Tamra Roberts, and David O’Neal of Harrison, Ken Rhodes, John Gustafson, Elaine Cox, Gwenda Comer, Shannon Helms, and Brenda Presley of Rogers, Marc Hawbaker, Harry Standley, and Diana Vachon of Siloam Springs, Dee Hardwick, Jennifer Asbill, Jane Cromhout, Steve L. Forrest, Tracy D. Martin, and Lori Cagle of Springdale, Todd Bowman of Wesley, Kent Farguson of Westville, Anita Martin of Yellville.

Dean’s List (Semester GPA of 3.4 - 3.79) Jim Clelland of Bella Vista, Jeffery Kordsmeier and Beneralda Perez of Bentonville, Cliff Fitzwater of Blue Eye, Lise M. Sands of Cave Springs, Stefana Robinson, Amy Rae Vinson, and Bill Layne of Farmington, David W. Finch Jr., Robert Shewmaker, and Chad Jenkins of Fayetteville, Brenda Bowman of Harrison, Belinda Meadors and Roger Vickers of Lowell, Miranda Viney, Sheila Cox, and Corey Rosser of Rogers, Monica Henley and Jim Phipps of Siloam Springs, Steven Cherry, Troy Wayne Bowen, and Jefferson C. Moye of Springdale, Judith Snow of Valley Springs, and John Sinclair of Goodman, Mo.

The Advance Program is a degree completion program that allows students with two years of college credit to complete their bachelor’s degree by attending classes one night per week. Students progress through their studies as a group, taking courses in an established sequence.

Classes are designed for adults 23 years of age or older who have at least two years of prior college credit and relevant work experience. JBU offers the Advance Program in Northwest Arkansas, Little Rock, and Fort Smith.

John Brown University is a private university with an enrollment of more than 1,700 students from 42 states and 44 countries. JBU is a member of the Arkansas Independent Colleges and Universities as well as the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.