More than 600 traditional and non-traditional students, including several from Wilson County, were named to the list.
Students from Wilson County named to the Trevecca dean’s list included Emily Bentley, of Mt. Juliet; Taylor Berryman, of Mt. Juliet; Benjamin Borck, of Lebanon; Megan Branham, of Old Hickory; Jian Coronel, of Mt. Juliet; Lauren Covington, of Hermitage; Julianna Dye, of Old Hickory; Chase Earles, of Old Hickory; Shelly Gati, of Old Hickory; Madison Graves, of Mt. Juliet; Isabella Green, of Mt. Juliet; Joshua Green, of Mt. Juliet; Elizabeth Gregory, of Hermitage; Sofia Guerrero, of Hermitage; Hannah Henley, of Lascassas; Dayton Houser, of Mt. Juliet; Morgan Houser, of Mt. Juliet; Shelby Jackson, of Old Hickory; Michael Lee-Thompson, of Hermitage; Keelan Lowrey, of Lebanon; Daniel Magee, of Hermitage; Josiah Magee, of Hermitage; Nolan Magee, of Hermitage; Laura McDermott, of Mt. Juliet; Zachary McMahel, of Mt. Juliet; Carlynn Miller, of Mt. Juliet; Cory Miller, of Mt. Juliet; Emily Nelson, of Hermitage; David Parker, of Mt. Juliet; Carlie Ray, of Hermitage; Maria Robles, of Hermitage; Brianna Salyer, of Lebanon; Jeffrey Salyers, of Hermitage; Micah Smart, of Lebanon; Rebecca Sweeney, of Hermitage; Taylor Todd, of Lebanon; Ashley Walling, of Hermitage; Caleb Wharton, of Mt. Juliet; Tana Whited, of Lebanon; Jacob Williams, of Lebanon; Peyton Williams, of Old Hickory; Taylor Williams, of Old Hickory; Aron Bornot, of Lebanon; Christopher Dameron, of Hermitage; Kristie Davis, of Mt. Juliet; Viridiana De Leon Reyes, of Old Hickory; Dominique Dozier, of Milton; Jessica Garrison, of Old Hickory; Amanda Lotts, of Mt. Juliet; Brittany Miller, of Mt. Juliet; David Richmond, of Lebanon; Jerald Scott, of Hermitage; Sandra Stevenson, of Mt. Juliet; and Rosalind Wamsley-Berkenstock, of Old Hickory.
To be named to the dean’s list, each non-traditional undergraduate student must have completed 12 or more hours between July 1 and Dec. 31. Students must also have attained a grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.0 grading scale during the timeframe.
Traditional undergraduate students must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student and attain a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.0 grading scale.
Trevecca Nazarene University is a Christian university in the heart of Nashville focused on preparing students for lives of leadership and service. Founded in 1901, Trevecca is committed to holistic education, encouraging students to grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Located about one mile from downtown Nashville, Trevecca provides a liberal arts education while guiding students to find God’s calling on their lives through traditional undergraduate programs, continuing and graduate studies and online offerings. With students from 44 states and 22 countries, Trevecca offers 15 associate degrees, 83 undergraduate majors, 20 master’s programs and two doctoral programs, as well as specialist and certificate programs.