Local students among those named to CMU Dean’s List

Fayette - Out of Central Methodist University’s nearly 5,000 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and College of Graduate and Extended Studies (CGES) students, 964 were named to the spring semester Dean’s List.

These students study at CMU’s main campus in Fayette, at a CMU center, or through CMU’s online program.

This outstanding academic achievement is awarded only to students who maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester, among other criteria, according to CMU Provost and Dean of the University Dr. Rita Gulstad.

The following CMU students from local areas were named to the Spring 2017 Dean’s List:

Alexandria Watts from Ellington, a business major who is an online student

Willie Carter from Ironton, a computer science major who is an online student

Terence Anderson II from Middlebrook, a criminal justice major who is an online student

Cindy DuLaney from Fredericktown, a nursing major who is an online student

Susan Tomlinson from Fredericktown, a nursing major who is an online student

Wilda Razor from Caledonia, a public administration major who is an online student

Darcy Latham from Bismarck, a business major who studies at CMU’s main campus in Fayette

Jordan Conaway from Boss, a business major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

David Gifford from Arcadia, a business major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Jodi Harris from Doe Run, a business major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Sophia Morton from Viburnum, a business major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Travis Harper from Fredericktown (, a criminal justice and psychology double major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Logan Blunt from Bismarck, a middle school education major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Meaghen Trent from Bismarck, a middle school education major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Haley Holliday from Fredericktown, a psychology major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Kaylee Freund from Ironton, an education and early childhood education double major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Kristen Sherrill from Fredericktown, an education and early childhood education double major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Courtney Holliday from Fredericktown, an education and elementary education double major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Scarlett McCoy from Caledonia, an education and elementary education double major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Morgan Bailey from Fredericktown, an education and special education double major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Mikayla Middleton from Vulcan, an education major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Carrie Lamb from Fredricktown, an elementary education major who studies at the CMU Center in Park Hills

Since its founding in 1854, CMU has evolved into a university that confers master’s, bachelor’s and associate’s degrees through programming on its main campus in Fayette,  and through extension sites and online.