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Jones graduates WCU
Angela Jones of Tulalip has graduated from Western Governors University with a bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary studies. Students graduate at various dates throughout the year and a ceremony was held recently at Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Salt Lake City, Utah honoring the latest graduates.
Western Governors University is a fully-accredited, non-profit, online university that was created by 19 western states governors to give access to education for adult-learners. WGU, which is competency based, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in IT, business and teacher education.
WSU names summer honor roll
The following Washington State University students have earned recognition on the Summer 2006 Presidents Honor Roll, according to the registrars office.
To be eligible for the WSU honor roll, a full-time student must earn a 3.75 grade point average for the semester or have maintained a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
Marysville: Melissa Jeane Neff, Christine Laree Nelson and Amy Elizabeth Siebert.
University of Washington undergraduate scholar award recipients
Vice Provost for Student Life Eric S. Godfrey has announced Bethany Coleman, Arlington, Washington Home School, as recipient of the 2006-07 University of Washington Undergraduate Scholar Award Recipients.
The scholarship recipients, who will be freshmen at the University beginning autumn quarter, come from 91 high schools and 70 cities and towns in state, and include two state residents who graduated from high schools located outside Washington.
According to Godfrey, the scholarship winners were chosen from among all resident freshmen admitted to the UW for the 2006 autumn quarter. A variety of factors were considered in making the selections, including high school academic achievement, leadership potential, and civic involvement.