Five Henry Countians were among the 291 Bethel University students who qualified to graduate after the end of the fall 2020 semester.
Sherrus Cooper of Paris earned a master’s degree in business administration.
Earning bachelor’s degrees were Amanda Frownfelter and Cassie Scott, both of Paris, and Holly Charland and Erica Paschall, both of Springville.
Frownfelter graduated summa cum laude and Charland graduated with honors.
The fall 2020 commencement ceremony will not be until May because of COVID-19. It will be combined with the university’s spring 2021 commencement.
Bethel also announced 20 Henry Countians have been named to the school’s College of Arts and Sciences and College of Health Sciences honor roll and dean’s list for the fall semester.
Students must earn a 3.7 GPA to make honor roll. Students with a GPA between 3.5 and 3.69 earn a spot on the dean’s list.
Undergraduates must complete 12 or more hours of academic work with no grade lower than a C to qualify for either honor.
Madison Caldwell, Gloria Cardenas, Hasadiah Coleman, Amanda Frownfelter and Thomas Millraney, all of Paris; Megan Holland, Buchanan; Dalana Veazey, Cottage Grove; Ethan French, Caleb Orr and Katelyn Van Hooser, all of Puryear; and Nathan Eaton, Springville.
Elijah Bruce, Madison Coumbe, Savannah Parker, Emily Raines, Cory Willard and Traci Willis, all of Paris; Ema Bomar, Buchanan; Noah Smith, Henry; and Allie Watson, Mansfield.