Local students on Gonzaga University President's List and Dean's List

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Photo courtesy Gonzaga University
Gonzaga University Honors showcase students who have achieved academic excellence and earned a place on either the President's List or the Dean's List. 

These lists are published twice a year following the completion of the fall and spring semesters. 

Students must be enrolled in 12 or more academic credits to be eligible for the lists and courses in which the department has predetermined with the Satisfactory/Non-Satisfactory (S/NS) grading option will count in the 12 credits.

Please note that students or parents who have marked their records confidential are not included.

President's List

An undergraduate student whose grade point average for a semester is 3.85 through 4.0 will be placed on the President's List.


Beemer, Stella
Ernst, Lindsey
Forinash, Simon
Leon, Julia
McDowell, Emily
Rivera-Zepeda, Dulce
Wymer, Jessica

Lake Forest Park

Doquilo, Scott
Farnam, Tessa
Giroux, Rachel
Opfer, Megan
Peters, Schuyler


Brummer, Shani
Turner, Lucy
West, Emma

Seattle 98133

Cramer, Collin

Dean's List

An undergraduate student whose grade point average for a semester is 3.50 through 3.84 will be placed on the Dean's List


Chen, Abigail
Ebel, Holly
Foley, Tessa
Glesener, Eden
Haupt, Isabella
Jacobs, Spencer
Mertel, Bella
Nye, Annika
Reid, Eleanor
Rice, Sophia
Schultz, Garett
Thole, Braden
Tjaden, Emily

Lake Forest Park

Dang, Hannah
Eisses, Seth
Visser, Lillian
Viviano, Sophia


El Naby, Nora
Guest, Jeremiah
Hoffman, Ethan
Meyer, Cody

Seattle 98133

McKenny, Peyton
Pegram, Austin

Seattle 98177

Hilt, Keegan

Seattle 98125

Bianchetto, Alicia
Hayes, Jonathan
Newcomb, Georgina
Nichols, Quinn
Gonzaga University is a private Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic university providing education to more than 7,800 students. Situated along the Spokane River near downtown Spokane, Washington, Gonzaga is routinely recognized among the West's best comprehensive regional universities. Gonzaga offers 75 fields of study, 26 master's degrees, doctorate degrees in leadership studies and nursing, and a juris doctor degree through the School of Law.


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