Quad Cities students make Community Colleges of Spokane spring honor rolls

SPOKANE – Recent graduates from high schools in Brewster, Bridgeport, and Pateros are among students named to the spring honor rolls at Spokane Falls Community College and Spokane Community College.
Spokane Community College (SCC) announced that Luis Fernandez, Jacqueline Garcia-Corrales, and John Hernandez Reyes, all of Brewster, and Santiago Moreno and Yareli Palacio- Isidra, of Bridgeport are among 1,813 students on its honor roll for the 2022 spring quarter, which ended in June. The honor roll lists those students who achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or above.
Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) named Ubaldo Arellano and Ricardo Garcia-Martinez, both of Brewster, and Jennifer Flores-Xhurape of Pateros, among 1,235 students on its honor roll for spring quarter 2022, which ended in June. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above to be listed on the honor roll.
SCC and SFCC are two community colleges within the Community Colleges of Spokane district. SCC is known for its programs in career and technical training as well as its apprenticeship programs, but it also offers associates degrees including those that are transfer-ready for those going into universities. SCC serves more than 15,000 students annually with a main campus in east Spokane, five other locations in rural areas of northeastern Washington and a program in the Airway Heights Correctional Center.
SFCC serves more than 5,000 students and is renowned for its theater, music and fine arts as well as exceptional STEM programs. About 60 percent of its graduates transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Other students pursue career or technical degrees or certificates. SFCC has campuses in west Spokane, Fairchild Air Force Base and Pullman.
Community Colleges of Spokane is a dynamic, 12,300-square-mile state community college district that includes Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College and six rural education sites, serving residents in Pend Oreille, Stevens, Whitman, Ferry and parts of Lincoln counties.
CCS offers high-quality academic transfer, career-technical and eLearning degree and certificate programs; business and community training; and adult literacy programs throughout northeastern Washington, enrolling approximately 34,000 students a year.

 

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