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May 25 11:52 AM

Students named to SAU's spring 2018 Dean's List

Southern Arkansas University announced the names of 371 students who earned a 3.5 or higher GPA for the spring 2018 semester and recognition on the Southern Arkansas University Dean's List.

Students from this area include: Jordan White is a senior chemistry: prehealth professional (biochemistry) major from Benton.

Nathan Poovey is a senior computer science major from Bossier City.

Kaitlin Roque is a freshman pre-nursing (BSN) major from Keithville.

Zachary Camp is a freshman business administration major from Shreveport.

Aaron Linnear is a senior computer science: computer game and animation design major from Shreveport.

SAU "feels like home" and has built on its dedication to student achievement and caring atmosphere, both on campus and online, with more than 80 degrees in four distinct colleges and the School of Graduate Studies. As career and professional trends change, SAU initiates new degree programs to fit those needs. The latest additions include an exciting new cybersecurity computer science program, a unique Welding Engineering Technology SAU System program, and a new track in the MBA program for Social Entrepreneurship.

For more information about SAU, visit https://www.saumag.edu/

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