College update 9/7/17

Clay Today
Posted 9/6/17

11 Clay students named to Dean’s ListCOLUMBIA, Missouri – Eleven Clay County students were recently named to the Columbia College Dean’s List for the Summer Semester, which ended in …

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College update 9/7/17


11 Clay students named to Dean’s List
COLUMBIA, Missouri – Eleven Clay County students were recently named to the Columbia College Dean’s List for the Summer Semester, which ended in August.
To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have completed 12 semester hours in a 16-week period and achieved a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0-point scale.
Those making the Dean’s List were Charles Abraham and Alexander Witzman, both of Fleming Island; Christopher Farrill and Morgan Golden, both of Green Cove Springs; Roy Brown of Middleburg; and Robert Bardroff, Casandra Coen, Curtis Ewell, Matthew Sherrill, Joshua Whitney and Tarico Williams, all of Orange Park. Columbia College has a campus in Jacksonville and a second on site at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.
Founded in 1851 in Columbia, Missouri, Columbia College has been helping students advance their lives through higher education for more than 165 years. As a private, nonprofit institution, the college takes pride in its small classes, experienced faculty and quality educational programs. With more than 30 locations across the country, students may enroll in day, evening or online classes. The college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Columbia College educates more than 20,000 students each year and has more than 83,000 alumni worldwide. For more information, visit

DiMaio graduates from JSU
JACKSONVILLE, Ala.– Brian J. DiMaio of Middleburg was one of 300 students who graduated from Jacksonville State University in August 2017. DiMaio received a master’s degree in emergency management.
While the university does not hold a summer commencement ceremony, degrees have been conferred to those who finished their coursework this summer. Summer graduates have the option of participating in the fall commencement ceremony in December.
Founded in 1883 as a state teacher’s college, Jacksonville State University is now the Alabama regional university with the highest percentage of accredited programs. Located in the Appalachian foothills midway between Birmingham and Atlanta, JSU offers more than 150 courses of study, including over 40 online programs, at the undergraduate and graduate level.


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