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Local students named to SAU Dean’s List for Fall 2015

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MAGNOLIA – Southern Arkansas University recently announced the names of 442 students who qualified for the Dean’s List following the Fall 2015 semester.
Students recognized from this are include:
Skylar Burgess, a junior from Dierks, who is an Elementary Education major.
Leann Reel, a senior from Dierks, who is an Elementary Education major.
Zachary Wilbur, a senior from Dierks, who is a Political Science major.
Iris Holmes, a senior from Mineral Springs, who is a Social Work major.
Ariel Stewart, a senior from Mineral Springs, who is a Social Work major.
Brooke Bowden, a sophomore from Nashville, who is an Elementary Education major.
Kynnedi Gordon, a junior from Nashville, who is an English:Teaching Certification major.
Gabriel Hill, a junior from Nashville, who is a Mass Communication: Digital Cinema Media Production major.
Chasity Holmes, a freshman from Nashville, who is a Criminal Justice major.
Natalie Morrow, a junior from Nashville, who is an Elementary Education major.
Kailee Stinnett, a sophomore from Nashville, who is a Pre-a Nursing (BSN) major.
Rachel Faulkner, a junior from Umpire, who is a Performing Arts/a Musical Education-Vocal major.
Southern Arkansas University is fastest growing and most affordable university in Arkansas. SAU was also named the sixth most affordable small college in the U.S. by Bestvalueschools.com.
Although SAU maintains low cost to students, quality and student success are still the top priorities.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, SAU has the highest return on investment among all Arkansas universities.
SAU has repeatedly surpassed enrollment records in part because of its comprehensive list of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, which includes exciting new offerings like the B.F.A. in Music Theatre, Engineering, Computer Game and Animation Design, Business Entrepreneurship, and Wildlife and Marine Biology.
To find out more about SAU, visit www.SAUmag.edu.

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