Students were inducted into four different honor societies at the Lake county campus on August 5 including Alpha Sigma Lambda, which recognizes the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while balancing competing interests between work and home.

Students were inducted into four different honor societies at the Lake county campus on August 5 including Alpha Sigma Lambda, which recognizes the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while balancing competing interests between work and home.

Columbia College of Missouri-Lake County recently hosted its annual Honors Night at its campus in Gurnee, Illinois. Surrounded by friends, faculty, family and fellow students, the following individuals were inducted into these honor societies:

Sigma Beta Delta                Hometown

Kathryn Ashlevitz                    Gurnee, Illinois

Joyce Dodd                               Zion, Illinois

Sara Dominguez                      Zion, Illinois

Alesia Gustafson                     Mundelein, Illinois

Shanika Shepard                     Zion, Illinois

 

Alpha Sigma Lambda

Kimberly Arnos                       Ingleside, Illinois

Cristen Bloom                         Antioch, Illinois

Genevieve Cihlar                    Antioch, Illinois

Katrina Creekmore                 Zion, Illinois

Dejanier Ewing-Hill               Wildwood, Illinois

Alesia Gustafson                     Mundelein, Illinois

Robert Gustafson                    Mundelein, Illinois

Jeanette Halle                         Round Lake, Illinois

Victoria Hedlund                    Galloway, Ohio

Chastity Mitchell                     Kenosha, Wisconsin

Luis Montano                          Waukegan, Illinois

Frances Mosely                       Kenosha, Wisconsin

Magda Rodriguez                   Waukegan, Illinois

Robert Seaward                      Lake Villa, Illinois

Shanika Shepard                    Zion, Illinois

David St. Luce                         Round Lake, Illinois

Richard Waswrick                  Kenosha, Wisconsin

George Zhou                           Grayslake, Illinois

Jay Zipperer                            Grayslake, Illinois

 

Tau Upsilon Alpha

Perry Montgomery                 Gurnee, Illinois

Heidi Nunn                              Winthrop Harbor, Illinois

 

Latin Honors

Kimberly Arnos **                  Ingleside, Illinois

Katheryn Ashlevitz **            Gurnee, Illinois

Cristen Bloom **                    Antioch, Illinois

Katrina Creekmore *              Zion, Illinois

Dejanier Ewing-Hill *             Wildwood, Illinois

Alesia Gustafson ***              Mundelein, Illinois

Robert Gustafson *                 Mundelein, Illinois

Jeanette Halle ***                  Round Lake, Illinois

Victoria Hedlund *                  Galloway, Ohio

Perry Montgomery *              Gurnee, Illinois

Frances Mosley *                    Kenosha, Wisconsin

Gustavo Prado **                    Round Lake Beach, Illinois

Magda Rodriguez *                Waukegan, Illinois

Shanike Shepard **                Zion, Illinois

Marie Templeman *               Volo, Illinois

Richard Waswrick **              Kenosha, Wisconsin

George Zhou ***                    Grayslake, Illinois

*** denotes Suma Cum Laude (3.9-4.0 GPA), ** denotes Magna Cum Laude (3.75-3.89 GPA), * denotes Cum Laude (3.5-3.74)

 

The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management and administration. Sigma Beta Delta also encourages and promotes personal and professional improvement, and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.

The aim of Alpha Sigma Lambda is to recognize the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while balancing competing interests between work and home.

Tau Upsilon Alpha National Organization for Human Services is designed to honor academic excellence; to foster lifelong learning, leadership and development; and to promote excellence in service to humanity.

Finally, Latin Honors recognizes academic excellence and to indicate the level of distinction with which an academic degree was earned. Latin Honors recipients have completed 60 credit hours in residency with Columbia College and have achieved the cumulative grade point average required for Latin Honors.