Warren County Students Earn Dean’s List Honors at Slippery Rock University

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SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Slippery Rock University has announced its dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester, with a number of Warren County students earning honors.

The dean’s list consists of SRU undergraduate students who earned an adjusted semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, based on a schedule of at least 12 newly attempted and earned credits.

The following students from Warren County were named to the dean’s list:

  • Kyle Adams of Warren.
  • Bhodie Cummings of Warren.
  • Lila Domville of Warren.
  • Nathan Eadie of Russell.
  • Aniela Gesing of Bear Lake.
  • Marissa Grubbs of Sheffield.
  • Erin Hagadorn of Russell.
  • Payton Hefright of Russell.
  • Autumn Hultberg of Youngsville.
  • Faith Johnson of Youngsville.
  • Grace Larson of Sugar Grove.
  • Julia Lobdell of Warren.
  • Jared Martone of Russell.
  • Devin McMeans of Russell.
  • Halee Mineweaser of Youngsville.
  • Lily Mueller of Sugar Grove.
  • Devon Navaroli of Warren.
  • Micah Passmore of Clarendon.
  • Bailey Pratt of Warren.
  • Madeline Roell of Clarendon.
  • Hanna Ruland of Russell.
  • Maya Swanson of Russell.
  • Savannah Upton of Irvine.
  • Olyvia Van Cise of Grand Valley.
  • Rose Wells of Warren.
  • Kyleigh Wilson of Warren.
  • Kyra Wotorson of Sheffield.

Slippery Rock University, founded in 1889, is a member of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. The University is shaped by its normal school heritage and characterized by its commitment to intellectual development, leadership and civic responsibility.

SRU provides students with a comprehensive learning experience that intentionally combines academic instruction with enhanced educational and learning opportunities that will help them succeed in their lives, professional careers and be engaged citizens.

Today, SRU is a four-year, public, coeducational, comprehensive university offering a broad array of undergraduate and select graduate programs to more than 8,200 students. The University has earned full institutional accreditation through the Middle State Commission on Higher Learning and discipline specific accreditations.

Located in the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, the 660-acre campus is less than an hour north of Pittsburgh, one hour south of Erie, and 45 minutes east of Youngstown, Ohio. Two major highways, I-79 and I-80, intersect with seven miles of the University, conveniently linking it to the entire Commonwealth and its contiguous regions.