Franklin College announces President's List and Dean's List

Students named to the president’s list have achieved academic distinction by earning a perfect 4.0 grade point average while completing a minimum of 12 credit hours during a regular semester. The following students have been named to the president’s list and are from Southern Indiana:

Finnegan Adams, a sophomore, from Newburgh.

Sydney Byerly, a senior from New Albany.

Jordan Coon, a sophomore, from Evansville.

Lucas Densford, a junior from Sellersburg.

Brendan Hanner, a junior from Scottsburg.

Nathaniel Hoffman, a sophomore, from Jeffersonville.

Megan Kain, a sophomore, from Newburgh.

Jadyn List, a senior, from Newburgh.

Riley Petro, a senior, from Edwardsport.

Kendall Potts, a sophomore, from Haubstadt.

Students named to the dean’s list have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours during a regular semester, earning a grade point average of at least 3.5 but less than 4.0. The following students have been named to the dean’s list and are from Southern Indiana:

Hannah Beck, a senior, from Austin.

Ethan Corwin, a senior, from Greenville.

Amirah Curry, a sophomore, from Corydon.

Nathaniel Jarboe, a senior, from Ferdinand.

Ty Kalb, a freshman, from Dubois.

Misti Kimberlin, a senior, from Austin.

Ella Magner, a junior, from Paoli.

Parker Mullins, a senior, from Vincennes.

Erin Perkins, a senior, from Floyds Knobs.

Darian Porter, a senior, from Evansville.

Kaleigh Schuler, a sophomore, from Floyds Knobs.

David Sieg, a junior, from Ramsey.

Ashley Sternberg, a sophomore, from Evansville.

Isaiah Stuffle, a sophomore, from New Salisbury.

Brock Thurman, a junior, from Washington.

John Wallace, a senior, from Jasper.

For more information, please contact the Franklin College Office of Communications at (317) 738-8185.

Founded in 1834, Franklin College is a residential liberal arts and sciences institution located 20 minutes south of Indianapolis. Franklin offers a wide array of undergraduate majors as well as master’s degree programs in Physician Assistant Studies and Athletic Training. The unique curriculum merges classroom instruction with immersive experiences, research opportunities and study away programs. Students participate in 21 NCAA Division III sports, esports, Greek life, musical and theatre productions and more than 40 student organizations. As the first college in Indiana to become coeducational with the admission of women, Franklin welcomes diversity of thought, belief and person into a community that values equity and inclusion. Franklin College maintains a voluntary association with the American Baptist Churches USA. For more information, visit Find Franklin College on Facebook, follow @FranklinCollege on X (formerly known as Twitter) and watch FranklinCollegeGrizzlies on TikTok.



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