Fort Mill, Tega Cay students on Dean’s List

July 2, 2013 

Burden awarded Food Industry Council scholarship

Grace Burden of Fort Mill was awarded the Everett and Trudy Suddreth Scholarship in the amount of $2,500 from the Carolinas Food Industry Council. Burden is a recent graduate of Fort Mill High School and plans to attend Clemson University and major in Health Science.

Each year, CFIC awards 30 scholarships to qualifying high school seniors who are enrolling for the fall semester as college freshmen and to college undergraduates enrolling for the fall semester as a sophomore, junior or senior. Scholarship applicants must be the child of a permanent, full-time employee of a retail, wholesale or supplier CFIC member company for at least one year, or students who have been an employed for at least six months part-time with a CFIC retail, wholesale or supplier member company. Grace is an employee of Harris Teeter in Fort Mill.

Hartley named to President’s List at Lander University

Alyssa Hartley of Indian Land was named to the President’s List at Lander University in Greenwood. Students named to the President’s List earned a 4.0 grade-point average.

Otis awarded degree from Fort Hays State University

Bryan Robert Otis of Fort Mill was awarded a Bachelor of General Studies in General Business from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan.

Local students make North Greenville University Dean’s List

The following students were named to the North Greenville University Dean’s List for the Spring 2013 semester:

Jessica Renee Chan, Jessica Nicole Frasure, Zachary James Grey, Matthew Ryan Griggs, Andrew Horace Harwell, Ethan James Hollinger, Alex Victoria Lan, and Alissa Grace Somjak, all of Fort Mill, and Holly Rachelle Tyrpak of Tega Cay.

They all achieved a minimum 3.5 grade-point average while taking at least 12 credit hours.

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