Ouachita announces Dean’s, President’s Lists

Ouachita Baptist University has named more than 400 students to its Fall 2021 Dean’s List.

To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must compile at least a 3.5 grade point average and be classified as a full-time student, with a minimum of 12 academic hours and have no incomplete or failing grade for the semester.

Ouachita Baptist University, a private liberal arts university, is in its 136th year as a Christ-centered learning community and is ranked the No. 2 “Regional College in the South” by “U.S. News & World Report.” In Fall 2021, Ouachita recorded its highest enrollment in 55 years and its highest-ever four-year graduation rate for the class of 2021. Learn more about the university’s highly personal approach, reflected in a student/faculty ratio of 13:1, at www.obu.edu.

The following students are included in the Dean’s List and are listed in order of hometown:

Amity: Hannah Dwiggins

Arkadelphia: Cabb Batson, Sam Coventry, Carson Craft, Olivia Dixon, Lauren Fowler, Michael Pasman, Reyna Rogers, Ryan Swafford, Josh Wallace

Bismarck: Victoria Bourgeois, Allyson Oliver, Thomas Short

Delight: Tristan Humphry

Donaldson: John Michael McCollett

Fordyce: Jack Brent, Madison Gray

Hot Springs: Gabriella Gancarczyk, Wyatt Harrington, Dane Jester, Emma Lawyer, Seth Poindexter, Josie Pringle, Tanner Roberts, Ainsley Rottinghaus, Zane Swayze, Aspen Thornton

Malvern: Brenna Kesterson, Mikayla Long

Nashville: Mea Heard, Grady Jones

Sparkman: Sidney Pigott, Katie White, Mary Beth White

Ouachita Baptist University has named more than 360 students to its Fall 2021 President’s List.

To be named to the President’s List, a student must compile a 4.0 grade point average and be classified as a full-time student, with a minimum of 12 academic hours and have no incomplete or failing grade for the semester.

Ouachita Baptist University, a private liberal arts university, is in its 136th year as a Christ-centered learning community and is ranked the No. 2 “Regional College in the South” by “U.S. News & World Report.” In Fall 2021, Ouachita recorded its highest enrollment in 55 years and its highest-ever four-year graduation rate for the class of 2021. Learn more about the university’s highly personal approach, reflected in a student/faculty ratio of 13:1, at www.obu.edu.

The following students are included in the President’s List and are listed in order of hometown:

Amity: Rachel Forsythe

Arkadelphia: Mallorie Carozza, Caroline Derby, Erica Dixon, Sydney Motl, Cole Turner, Mikayla Williams

Bismarck: Zayne Ashley

Delight: Landen Hill

Donaldson: Karigan Beckwith, Dylan Clayton

Glenwood: Haddon Smead

Hot Springs: Brooks Bell, Andrew Cox, Brandon Dyberg, Madison Easley, Bailey Gibson, Chase Hartsell, Katelyn Hartsell, Lauren McCann, Will Ross

Malvern: Kassidy Gray, Josh Spiva

Murfreesboro: Lainie Baxter, Adam Lott

Nashville: Madi Miller

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