CullmanTimes.com - Cullman, Alabama

November 26, 2012

Local students honored at University of Montevallo


University of Montevallo

MONTEVALLO — Jessica Diane Harrington and Timothy A. Nix of Cullman were recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as a recipient of Highest Honors and the Academic Recognition Scholarship. Highest Honors are accorded to full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least 12 semester hours at the University of Montevallo and whose cumulative University of Montevallo grade-point average is 3.80 or better. The scholarship is awarded to entering freshmen with an ACT score of 25 or 26 or equivalent SAT score.

Nix was also recognized as an initiate into Alpha Psi Omega, an honorary society which recognizes theatre students who exhibit a high standard of work.

Anthony Eli Melton of Hanceville was recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as a recipient of Honors and the Community College President's Scholarship. Honors are accorded to full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least 12 semester hours at the University of Montevallo and whose cumulative University of Montevallo grade-point average is between 3.50 and 3.80. The scholarship is presented to qualified transfer students from Alabama two-year colleges.

Joshua Eulane Miller of Holly Pond was recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as a recipient of the Presidential Honors Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to students scoring 30 and above on the ACT.

Kodi M. Bobo of Vinemont was recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as a recipient of Honors. Honors are accorded to full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least 12 semester hours at the University of Montevallo and whose cumulative University of Montevallo grade-point average is between 3.50 and 3.80.

Ashley Brooke Pattillo of Vinemont was recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as an initiate into Sigma Tau Delta, the national English honor society, founded for the purpose of conferring distinction for high achievement in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies in English language and literature.

Michael Heath Tolbert of Vinemont was recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as a recipient of the Freshman Leadership Scholarship. The scholarship is presented to outstanding high school students across the State of Alabama who have displayed leadership qualities while maintaining high academic standards.

William C. Hasenbein of Falkville was recently recognized by the University of Montevallo as a recipient of Highest Honors and the Montevallo Ambassador Program Scholarship. Highest Honors are accorded to full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least 12 semester hours at the University of Montevallo and whose cumulative University of Montevallo grade-point average is 3.80 or better. The scholarship is awarded to entering freshmen based on high school GPA, an ACT score of 30 or above and an interview.