COLUMBUS, Ohio – Several Meigs County residents recently earned recognition or earned degrees from The Ohio State University.
According to a statement released from OSU, Spring semester Is traditionally a busy time, with students balancing tough classes and numerous extra-curricular activities. For the 2018 spring semester, 19,072 students achieved academic success and were named to the dean’s list. This includes 14,406 Ohio students, 3,177 non-resident and 1,489 international students.
Criteria for qualifying for the list varies by college, but most require a minimum of 12 graded credit hours with a 3.5 GPA or higher.
From Meigs County, Henry Jordan Moseley of Albany and Elena Marie Musser of Pomeroy were named to the dean’s list.
In addition to the dean’s list, the university has issued the list of students who earned degrees at commencement on May 6, 2018. The university awarded a record 11,907 degrees at the ceremony, including 763 doctoral, 787 professional, 2,722 masters, 6,983 bachelors, 639 associates and 13 certificates.
Degrees were conferred upon the following Meigs County residents: Selena Marie Philson of Racine, Specialist in Education; Olivia Dawn Collins of Reedsville, Bachelor of Science Food, Agriculture, and Biological Engineering; and Ryan Danna Davis of Syracuse, Master of Arts.