University of Findlay
Nearly 700 degrees were awarded during The University of Findlay’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 3. Below are the local students, town, degree and associated honors.
Mariah Bovee, Fayette, Bachelor of science in early childhood education.
Melissa Sigg, Swanton, bachelor of science in animal science/biology, summa cum laude.
Stephanie Gillen, Wauseon, doctor of pharmacy; Andrew Pratt, Wauseon, master of arts in teaching English to speakers of other languages and Kasey Riegsecker, Wauseon, Bachelor of science in animal science.
GRANTHAM, Pa. - The administration of Messiah College has announced their Dena’s List for the spring semester of the 2013-14 academic school year. To attain entry onto the Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Gregory Waidelich of Pettisville and Alexander Roth and Philip Roth from Wauseon were recognized.
CANTON - Malone University has announced Amy Christman, a senior from Archbold, has earned Dean’s List for Spring Semester, 2014. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must achieve a 3.50 grade point average or better and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Bob Jones University
GREENVILLE, S.C. - Grace Diller, of Archbold, was among approximately 1,400 Bob Jones University students named to the spring 2014 Dean’s List. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.0 grade point average.
TIFFIN - Marin Schaffner, a senior at Wauseon High School, is the recipient of a major scholarship to attend Heidelberg University. She is the daughter of Rusty and Michelle Schaffner of Wauseon. Marin has received the Trustees Award of $15,500 a year for four years. The award was announced following Heidelberg’s annual scholarship competition earlier this academic year.
Students who rank near the top of their high school class are invited to participate in the university’s annual scholarship competition. The program recognizes students based on high school grade-point average and ACT or SAT test scores. In addition to weighing a student’s academic credentials, the competition also looks at leadership skills and community service through a personal interview, a portfolio and an essay.