LA GRANDE — At the close of spring term, 528 EOU students qualified for the dean’s list. These students maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher while completing at least 12 hours of graded EOU coursework during the term.
The following local students earned this distinction:
Boardman: Deborah Wheeler; Hermiston: Timothy Handforth, Vaughan Hawkins, Madelyn Juul, Michelle Kane, Paden LaCoursiere, Adara Lopez, Luke Walchli and Morgan Wilson; Irrigon: Justin Lay; Stanfield: Ryan Bailey, Mariela Caldera, Veronica Coria and Lydia Hurty; Umatilla: Jacquelin Madrigal.
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