Twenty-Four Area Students Receive
Honors at Lincoln College Ė ABE
List Includes 13 with Perfect 4.0 Averages
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[June 10, 2019]
Twenty-Four area students have been named to honors lists for the
spring 2019 semester in Lincoln Collegeís Accelerated Bridge to
Education (ABE) adult education program.
The list includes 13 students who received Special Honors for a
perfect 4.0 grade point average.
One area student, Laney Dwyer of Clinton, was named to the
Presidentís List. Presidentís List students are recognized for
Presidentís List for a grade point average of 3.75 to 3.99.
Ten area students were named to the Deanís List. Deanís List
students are recognized for a grade point average of 3.25 to 3.74.
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The Accelerated Bridge to Education program is geared toward adult learners and
is currently offered on the main Lincoln College campus in Lincoln; on the
Lincoln College campus in Normal; in Oglesby on the campus of Illinois Valley
Community College; and in Peoria on the campus of Illinois Central College.
Students take one class at a time under an accelerated schedule, which combines
classroom instruction with online learning that is equivalent to a traditional
14-week course. Multiple start dates are offered during the year, giving adult
students greater flexibility to balance their class load with their work and
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