THIBODAUX, La. — Nicholls State University awarded 529 degrees to students during its fall commencement ceremony on Dec. 15.
Alaina Evans, Sarah Ledet and McKenzie LeBlanc received the President’s Medal of Honor for graduating with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Evans graduated with a degree in culinary arts, Ledet with a degree in art education and LeBlanc in health sciences.
In addition to those three students, 14 students graduated summa cum laude for graduating with a 3.9 GPA or higher. Summa cum laude is the highest academic honor a student can achieve.
Those students are Charles Miller, petroleum services; Jamie Miller, accounting; Hunter Daigle, history; Megan Landry, secondary education; Tomi Milstead, English; Caroline Gonzales, health sciences; Miranda Plaisance, birth-to-five/early interventionist education; Kathleen Vinci, psychology; Ashley Zeringue, elementary education; Jade Tabor, nursing; Callee Fogg, communicative disorders; Meifung Liu, culinary arts; Jordan Dufrene, elementary education; and Adrial Hotard, psychology.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jan. 3, 2018
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