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Local students named to honor roll at Dixie State University in Utah

Posted 2/24/21

Six students from Queen Creek and San Tan are being recognized for their academic achievements. The following students made the honor roll for the Fall 2020 semester at Dixie State University in St. …

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Education

Local students named to honor roll at Dixie State University in Utah

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Six students from Queen Creek and San Tan are being recognized for their academic achievements. The following students made the honor roll for the Fall 2020 semester at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah:

  • Kennadie Farar of Queen Creek
  • Emily Carrao of San Tan Valley
  • Minni Wilcox of Queen Creek
  • Haiden Hendricks of Queen Creek
  • Heidee Goates of Queen Creek
  • Allie Lemieux of Queen Creek

Dixie State University has added 111 academic programs during the past five years. With more than 200 programs to choose from, including four master's degrees and 53 bachelor's degrees, students have an array of options to help prepare them for their future careers.

With small class sizes at a ratio of 21 students to one professor, DSU students receive a personal learning experience where professors know their names and care about their success.

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