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Georgia Military College announces Dean's/President's Lists

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Georgia Military College in Columbus is congratulating its students who made the President's and Dean's list for Fall 2013.

Students who make the President's List must achieve a 3.70 grade point average or above. The following students made that distinction:

Valeria Brady, Columbus, GA

Kelsie Brooks, Ft. Benning, GA

Colton Cox, Richland, GA

Kristopher Fitch, Midland, GA

Justin Hayes, Midland, GA

Tiffiny Kinzer, Fortson, GA

Olivia Ortiz, Ft. Benning, GA

Sean Saffan, Cataula, GA

Alexander Tolbert, Columbus, GA

The following students made the Dean's List, achieving a 3.20 grade point average or above:

Charlie Byrd, Ft. Benning, GA

Corissa Chang, Columbus, GA

Matt Fox, Columbus, GA

Brittany Lipscomb, Columbus, GA

Claudette McKenzie, Ft. Benning, GA

Amy Prince, Columbus, GA

Marcus Stinson, Columbus, GA

Kahla Weaver, Columbus, GA

Letecia Willis, Columbus, GA

Georgia Military College, the only public liberal arts junior college located in Columbus, is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees. The majors offered are Business Administration, Criminal justice, Education, General Studies, Health and Physical Education, History, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Information Technology, Logistics Management, Paralegal Studies, Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work.

Enrollment for the Fall 2013 term is currently underway. For more information, visit the campus at 7300 Blackmon Road, contact admissions at 706-478-1688, or visit the school's website at http://www.gmc411.com/.

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