Jessica Ruschke One of More than 100 Students Named to Dean's List

February 8, 2014

Saint Joseph's College has announced the Dean's List for the first semester of the 2013-2014 academic year. The students below were named to the Dean's List for being in the top 10% of the student body in academics.

 Illinois

Barrington:

Emily Baird

Chebanse:

Katelyn Gigl

Chicago:

Isabella Vallone

Chicago Heights:

Danielle Snyder

Crestwood:

Jessica Curbis

Crete:

Karl Bloesch

Crystal Lake:

Jacob Bigos

Christopher Duggan-Hauser

Donovan:

Colena Rathburn

Dunlap:

Tadd Maddalozzo

Effingham:

Bradley Reedy

Elburn:

Andrea Strang

Evergreen Park:

Kyle Estand

Frankfort:

Joshua Handzik

Heyworth:

Jessica McElwain

Morrison:

Charles Dennehey

Mundelein:

Toni Gomez

New Lenox:

Myranda Eckberg

Oak Lawn:

Ozana Paraga

Plainfield:

Sarah J. Johnson

Alexander Julien

Rockford:

Dustin Helmer

 Indiana

Albion:

Kelly Reed

Anderson:

Jessica Cates

Bringhurst:

Kate Hickner

Cedar Lake:

Hanna Kane

Cloverdale:

Hannah Ramey

Crown Point:

Kristina Hemmerling

Courtney Kvachkoff

Adriana Lugosan

Delphi:

Kayli Reef

DeMotte:

Alycia Tassone

Elkhart:

Kylie Hill

Elwood:

Lyndsey Mays

Fort Wayne:

Sergej Stjepic

Frankfort:

Gloria Leonard

Goshen:

Carson Roberts

Greenfield:

Nathan Shruba

Greenwood:

Emily Claeys

Griffith:

Jennie Weer

Hammond:

Tityana Miller

Highland:

Alexandra Meier

Indianapolis:

Sarah A. Johnson

Justin Short

Jasper:

Ashley Brinkman

Kingman:

Andrea Wilson

Kouts:

Megan Rust

Allison Zimmerle

Lafayette:

Jamie Conroy

Ashley Elkins

Sarah Leclere

Fabian Leyva

Kristen McCormick

Jason Ney

Katie Rogers

Matthew Thieme

Joshua VanZant

Emily Weesner

La Porte:

Taylor Baima

Lawrenceburg:

Jessica Ruschke

Logansport:

Todd Yeoman

Mishawaka:

Payton Kellenburger

Monrovia:

Randee Portteus

Monticello:

John Gutterman

Munster:

Gerald Childs

Danilo Zekovic

Otterbein:

Carol Bator

Palmyra:

Shannon Sacksteder

Pekin:

Kristin Kirkland

Peru:

Joseph Comerford

Remington:

Victoria Berenda

Heather Lehe

Rensselaer:

Bradley Boget

Bobbie Culp

Rebekah Edelman

Anita Harold

Lindsey Park

Matthew Phillips

Kyla Simmons

Schererville:

Jaclyn Gonzalez

Wanatah:

Anthony Majewski

West Lafayette:

Loren Harris

Stephanie Nguyen

Williamsport:

Rebecca Middleton

Winamac:

Christopher Newbauer

Wolcott:

Alyssa Cook

Jessie LeBeau

Zionsville:

Briana Wagner

Kentucky

Louisville:

Joshua Bynum

Andrew Klump

 

Maryland

Baltimore:

Matthew Foy

 

Michigan

Allegan:

Seth Arthur

Battle Creek:

Zoe Weaver

Benton Harbor:

Stephen Nickel

Goodrich:

Mitchell Young

Greenville:

Shalom Paulino

Grosse Pointe Wood:

Joseph Scott

Port Huron:

Colby Alexis

Minnesota

Roselawn:

Molly Flynn

Ohio

Cincinnati:

Stephanie Cradduck

Franklin:

Jacquelyn Purcell

Lyons:

Graham Avina

 Mount Orab:

Taylor Henry

Calleigh Olson

Wisconsin

Oostburg:

Elizabeth Flipse

 Named a "character-building college" by the Templeton Foundation, a "Best Midwestern College" by the Princeton Review, and “Best Value” and "Best Midwestern College" by US News & World Report, Saint Joseph's College is a four-year, Catholic college offering 27 majors, 4 group majors, 35 minors, and 9 pre-professional programs, complemented by the nationally acclaimed Core Program. Founded and sponsored by the Missionaries of the Precious Blood, SJC is located in Rensselaer, Indiana, approximately 90 minutes from both Chicago and Indianapolis, on a park-like campus of 180 acres and has an enrollment of nearly 1,200 students.

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