By: Michael Campbell | Twitter: @itsthesoup
Posted: Feb. 3, 2018 | 3:10 p.m.
DINWIDDIE – Richard Bland College announced their Honor Students from the 2017 fall semester last week, featuring a number of Dinwiddie County Students among the dozens of young men and women excelling in the college’s classrooms, labs, and lecture halls.
According to the college, the 2017 fall semester saw a 13 percent increase in students achieving a grade point average of 3.25 and above as compared to last year.
“The College is committed to programs designed to provide wrap-around support, keeping students on track to graduate in two years and then transfer to top colleges like William & Mary,” said President Debbie L. Sydow.
Richard Bland College’s President’s List – 3.8 & Above – Dinwiddie Students: Carlee Lively, Krystin Potter, Chloe Stanfield, Blake Welch, Chandler Woodfin
Richard Bland College’s Dean’s List – 3.25 & Above – Dinwiddie Students: Brice Bell, Amelia Brockwell, Gabriel Butts, David Cruz, Ashley Davis, Gabrielle Fields, Lauren Fields, Bailey Francher, Shania Gupton, Eryn Hall, Morgan Hood, Beau Miskimen, Anthony Myrie, Amanda Perkinson, Drew Short, Harry Simmons, Zachary Staton, Alexis Williams.
Richard Bland College of William & Mary is a selective, residential two-year college offering academically rigorous programs, up to 80% financial assistance for high performing students, and intercollegiate athletics. The College’s Exceptional Student Experience (ESE@RBC) program provides each student with a dedicated Learner Mentor who uses real-time information to keep students on course to graduation. Richard Bland College professors are ranked among the best in the region, with over 80% of instruction delivered by full-time faculty. The College boasts a small and diverse student population of 2,200 on a picturesque 750+ acre campus located just south of Richmond, Virginia.
Learn more about Richard Bland College of William & Mary by visiting their website at http://rbc.edu.