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LAWRENCE — More than 6,500 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2021 semester.

The honor roll comprises undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and in the schools of Architecture & Design, Business, Education & Human Sciences, Engineering, Health Professions, Journalism & Mass Communications, Music, Nursing, Pharmacy, Professional Studies and Social Welfare. Honor roll criteria vary among the university’s academic units. Some schools honor the top 10% of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average, and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.

Atchison

Conner Becker, Atchison, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Tricia Clark, Atchison, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Isaac Henderson, Atchison, School of Education & Human Sciences; Anne Hrenchir, Atchison, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Elizabeth McFerrin, Atchison, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Anna Mikkelson, Atchison, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Cal Riedley, Atchison, School of Business; Annika Wallace, Atchison, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of the Arts; Cade Wilburn, Atchison, School of Engineering; Erin Hamilton, Effingham, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Matie Meeks, Effingham, School of Pharmacy

Brown Daniel Eccles, Hiawatha, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; August Koerperich, Hiawatha, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Wichahpi King, Horton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Camryn Lowe, Horton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Tucker Taff, Horton, School of Nursing; Elanie Vanderweide, Horton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Doniphan Levi Watts, Highland, School of Education & Human Sciences; Isaac Morris, Troy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Kael Morris, Troy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Joseph Parks, Troy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Cassidy Rosenberger, Troy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Jackson

Blayne Gibson, Circleville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Regan Baum, Holton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Joshua Bjelland, Holton, School of Pharmacy; Savanna Booth, Holton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Emma Gilliland, Holton, School of Pharmacy; Olivia Mulenga, Holton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Ryan Taylor, Holton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Kylie Wilhelm, Holton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Charlotte Rooks, Hoyt, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Brady Snook, Mayetta, School of Engineering; Reilly Stumpff, Soldier, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Nemaha Kiara Niehues, Corning, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Kesair Brubeck, Sabetha, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Jo Laipple, Sabetha, School of Music; Bree Voos, Sabetha, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Madison Williams, Sabetha, School of Business; Piper Laune, Seneca, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Katia Rivera-Cobian, Seneca, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

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