SJC Announces Second Semester Dean's List

June 26, 2013

Saint Joseph's College has announced the Dean's List for the second semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. The students below were named to the Dean's List for being in the top 10% of the student body in academics.

British Columbia

Victoria:
Amanda Volk

Colorado

Loveland:
Sara Lenart

Connecticut

Riverside:
Taishi Kato

Illinois

Berwyn:
Juliana Pater

Chebanse:
Katelyn Gigl

Chicago:
James Bertucci
Isabella Vallone
Samba N'Daou
Valentina Garcia

Clifton:
Rebecca Cailteux

Crestwood:
Jessica Curbis

Dunlap:
Tadd Maddalozzo

Effingham:
Bradley Reedy

Elburn:
Andrea Strang

Heyworth:
Jessica McElwain

Homer Glen:
Margaret Dugan

Lemont:
Joseph Karpiak

Lockport:
Allyson Bierovic

Orland Park:
Leah Zehme

Plainfield:
Sarah Johnson

Rockford:
Dustin Helmer

Streator:
Taylor Stacy

Indiana

Albion:
Kelly Reed

Alexandria:
Adrienne DiRuzza

Anderson:
Jessica Cates

Attica:
Karl Bloesch

Bringhurst:
Kate Hickner

Bristol:
Kelsey Daning

Brook:
Alexia Fields

Brookston:
Austen Farney

Brownsburg:
Shane McNally

Cloverdale:
Hannah Ramey

Crawfordsville:
Erica Lingen

Crown Point:
Nicholas Fetcko
Kristina Hemmerling
Adriana Lugosan

DeMotte:
Joshua Monk
Alycia Tassone

Fishers:
Sara Twining

Fort Wayne:
Phillip Hofer

Hebron:
Trisha Hanlon
Highland:
Brittany O'Donnell

Indianapolis:
Adrienne Coghlan
Caitlin Enright
Katherine McGuire

Kouts:
Megan Rust
Sarah Stines

Lafayette:
Jennifer Coleman
Stacia Erwin
Brooke Isaac
Danae Kolb
Jason Nay
Joshua VanZant
Jennifer Walker

Lawrenceburg:
Jessica Ruschke

Lebanon:
Kalene Davis
Tiffany Hamilton

Madison:
Kirsten Hart

Merrillville:
Mary DeVault

Monrovia:
Randee Portteus

Monticello:
John Gutterman
Nicole Springer

Munster:
Danilo Zekovic

Noblesville:
Kelli Lippold

Remington:
Kaitlin Dobbins

Rensselaer:
Lindsey Park
Katie Phillips

Rochester:
Victor Grimes

Rolling Prairie:
Jessica Bealor

Saint John:
Kelsey Reynolds

Schererville:
Jaclyn Gonzalez

Valparaiso:
Vincent Fischer
Jessie Ruisard

Vincennes:
Katherine Wolven

Wanatah:
Anthony Majewski

Warsaw:
Jacquelyn Fouts

West Lafayette:
Whitney Sayer

Wheatfield:
Fiorelli Demske

Winamac:
Christopher Newbauer

Wolcott:
Laura Furrer

Wolcottville:
Gayle Arend

Kentucky

Louisville:
Kathryn Belt
Andrew Klump

Michigan

Allegan:
Seth Arthur

Grosse Point Wood:
Joseph Scott

Port Huron:
Colby Alexis

Saint Clair Shores:
Lindsay Allen
Kyle Leadmon

Ohio

Cincinnati:
Daniel James

Lyons:
Graham Avina

Mount Orab:
Calleigh Olson

Puerto Rico

Ponce:
Yara Mroueh

Wisconsin

Cedarburg:
Jordan Piel

Oostburg:
Elizabeth Flipse

Saint Joseph's College, named a "character-building college" by the Templeton Foundation and a "best Midwestern college" by the Princeton Review, is a four-year, Catholic college offering 27 majors, 4 group majors, 34 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 1,100 students.

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    Get a jump start on your career and have your resume ready to go at graduation.  

  • Mentorship

    Small colleges offer you personal attention; SJC professors do more for you—they serve as mentors.

  • High Quality Academics

    The Core Program is all about you and your role in the world.

     

  • Leadership

    You get more deeply involved at SJC, so you get more meaningful experiences that prepare you for career and life.

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