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The 411: Youth

Texas A&M recognize’s honor students

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Three area residents are among honor students recognized for outstanding academic performance by Texas A&M University in College Station during the summer semester.

Cheyanne N. Baker of Floresville, a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in ag communication and journalism, was recognized on the distinguished student list.

John W. Hoelscher of Floresville, a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in agricultural economics, was recognized on the dean’s honor roll.

Travis J. Holt of La Vernia, a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in engineering technology, was recognized on the distinguished student list.

The dean’s honor roll recognizes students taking at least 12 semester hours during the summer semester who have maintained a 3.75 or higher grade point (GPR) out of a possible 4.0.

A second designation, distinguished student, recognizes those who earned a 3.5 to 3.74 GPR while taking at least 12 hours for the summer semester.

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