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Boundary County students recognized on Deans' Lists at colleges, universities around Idaho
March 9, 2018
Colleges and universities around Idaho have wrapped up Fall Semester 2017, their most recently completed semester. That semester was completed around the end of December, beginning of January at the various colleges. Those institutions have now completed their calculations of their students’ grades, and have assembled their Dean’s Lists for the semester.

And, as you might expect, many Boundary County students achieved Dean’s List academic recognition at colleges and universities around the state.

We have listed here Boundary County students who are recognized on the Dean’s List at Idaho colleges and universities for Fall Semester 2017. Congratulations to every one for your hard work and dedication.

You can help us make this list more accurate and complete. We want this list to be as complete as possible, and to recognize all Boundary County students who have worked so hard at their studies. We know there are many local students who attend college at schools outside of Idaho, around the nation.

If you know of any Boundary County student who should be included on this list, including students who attend college in Idaho or who are enrolled at schools in other states, who achieved Dean’s List recognition, or local Boundary County students who achieved recognition for excellence at any technical school or training program they are attending, please let us know (, and we will update this list to include all deserving students.

Here is the list of Boundary County Dean’s List students. We’ve listed the schools in order from north to south within the state, because, why not? Congratulations to all!


Idaho College

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Fall Semester 2017

Students eligible for the NIC Dean’s List must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits and attain a grade point average of 3.75 or above.  Here are the Boundary County students:

Bonners Ferry
• Katherine Boger
• Mary Fioravanti
• Caleb Gering
• Alexis Kunz
• Juan Ortiz-Perez
• Heidi Overman
• Don Parlow
• Ramona Smucker

Moyie Springs
• LaAnn Boger

• Brandon Blackmore

Also listed, a student from Troy, Montana
• Katie Lundin


University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho
Fall Semester 2017

To be included in the Dean’s List at the University of Idaho, students must maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average on a minimum of 12 graded credits during the semester. The fall semester ended December 15.

Boundary County students earning spots on the fall semester Dean's List at the University of Idaho:

Bonners Ferry
• Abby L. Davis, Animal and Veterinary Science
• Belle Wages, Education Curriculum and Instruction
• Bradley M. Thompson, Journalism and Mass Media
• Brianna J. Reasoner, Education Curriculum and Instruction
• Camille E. Awbrey, Journalism and Mass Media
• Collin B. Cossairt, Fish and Wildlife Sciences
• Collin P. Stone, Agricultural and Extension Education
• Collin R. Luther, Education Curriculum and Instruction
• Daniel Ortiz Perez, Mechanical Engineering
• Irina A. Riverman, Psychology and Communication Studies
• Jessica Betancourt Medina, Modern Languages and Cultures
• Jordan J. Becker, Psychology and Communication Studies
• Kathryn N. Colson, English
• Katrina S. Alverez, English
• Kristen L. Klupenger, Sociology and Anthropology
• Shaleyna D. Higgins, Movement Sciences
• Zachary Dennis, Business

Moyie Springs
• Evan R. Wasmer, Forest, Rangeland and Fire Science
• LaKota L. McLean, Plant Sciences
• Quinn L. Cummings, Sociology and Anthropology

• Erica N. Wood, Agricultural and Extension Education
• Kevin Gray, forest, Rangeland and Fire Science


Lewis-Clark State College
Lewiston, Idaho
Fall Semester 2017

A total of 896 students at Lewis-Clark State College earned honor roll distinction for the fall 2017 semester, LCSC administrators announced. Among the honorees, 426 made the President’s List while 470 were named to the Dean’s List.

To qualify for the President's List students must have a 3.75 grade point average or higher for the semester and take at least 12 graded credits in level 100 classes or above.

For the Dean's List, students must take at least 12 graded credits in level 100 classes or above, and have a GPA between 3.25 and 3.749.

Boundary County students on the LCSC Honor Roll are:

LCSC President's List:
Bonners Ferry
• Nicole Fitch
• Sarah Hull

LCSC Dean's List:
Bonners Ferry
• Haley Hunter

Moyie Springs
• Aaramie Hoisington
• Emma Pluid


Brigham Young University-Idaho
Rexburg, Idaho

BYU-Idaho does not prepare or implement a Dean’s List at their school.


Boise State University
Boise, Idaho
Fall Semester 2017

The Dean’s List at Boise State University is a roster of undergraduate students who have received very high grades during a particular semester of full-time enrollment. To be included in the Dean’s List, students must meet the following criteria:

Complete 12 or more college-level credit hours in the semester, excluding classes graded Pass/Fail, with a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher.

Students receive an Honors designation on the Dean’s List if they attain a GPA of 3.50 to 3.74; High Honors for a GPA of 3.75 to 3.99; and Highest Honors for a GPA of 4.00.

Bonners Ferry
• Grace Coughlin
• Jordan Osborne
• Jill Alexander
• Ryan Rankin


College of Idaho
Caldwell, Idaho

The College of Idaho had not responded to our inquiries by the time of publication of this article. Should they get information to us, we will update the story to include that information.


Idaho State University
Pocatello, Idaho
Fall Semester 2017

We aren’t aware whether any Boundary County students are currently attending Idaho State University. However, in the Dean's List information ISU provided to us for Fall Semester 2017, no Boundary County students were listed as being on the Dean’s List.


College of Southern Idaho
Twin Falls, Idaho

CSI had not responded to our inquiries by the time of publication of this article. Should they get information to us, we will update the story to include that information.
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