A total of 625 Lamar University students earned places on the Deans’ List for the 2008 spring semester, deans of Lamar’s five academic colleges announced.

To qualify for the Deans’ List, a student must carry a full course load of 12 semester hours or more. Freshmen and sophomores must earn a grade-point average of 3.40 or higher, and juniors and seniors must attain a GPA of 3.60 or higher. Students who qualify for the President’s List, with GPAs of 4.0, automatically earn places on the Deans’ List. Their names are not listed here.

The Deans’ List appears below, with students listed by hometowns or home countries and in alphabetical order by majors.

BRIDGE CITY: Adam Denison, computer and information sciences; Jake Alan Truncale, electrical engineering; Jeffrey Lewis Armand, Jason Lee Duncan, English; Amy Lynn Guidry, family and consumer sciences; Cayla Ann Angelle, Jordan Louis Lemoine, general business; William Lee Schlesener, graphic design; Leah Nicole Moss, management; Hannah Richard, mathematics; Brian Lee Clark, mechanical engineering; Benjamin Joseph Garcia, pre-nursing-bachelor; Mindy Guidry, psychology; Anna Maria Myers, studio art.

MAURICEVILLE: Traci Marie Forse, interdisciplinary studies.

ORANGE: April Ann Hayes, accounting; Ameena Mitha, Vu Thanh Phan, biology; Derek Dupre, chemical engineering; Andrew Lee Bean, chemistry; Audrey Alyse Allen, Megan Danielle Oubre, Olivia Roy, communication disorders; Brian Slacum, economics; Lori Ruth Hicks, English; Travis Lee Brewer, Zachary Paul Madar, exercise science and fitness management; Jeannie Bui, Jacqueline Toups, family and consumer sciences; Nathan Wade Johnson, Alexandra Lauren McKenna, history; Aleisha Dawn Bornette, Katie Mae Bryant, Katey Renee Burnaman, Kirsten Dale Hudnall, Kayla Ann Smith, interdisciplinary studies; Brett Joseph Ramsey, David Alan Sanders, kinesiology; Haleigh Morgan Still, music; Kristin Renee Rucker, political science; Paeton Todd Landry, pre-medicine; Aaron Lee Whipkey, pre-nursing-bachelor; Christopher Grover Lee, provisional-electrical engineering; Michael Anthony Dean, studio art.

VIDOR: Richard Culyer Culbert, Christeen Grice, Andrew Spencer Haeggquist, accounting; Shannon Phelan Reed, American Sign Language; Lindsey Theriot, communication; Elizabeth Dawn Wansbrough, criminal justice; Benjamin Milo Webb, electrical engineering; Jacob Franks, Amber Marie Woodard, exercise science and fitness management; Katie Elizabeth Beard, Cortney Cornish, family and consumer sciences; Lois Jewel McAdams, general business; Sadie Marie Malmberg, Shannon Dawn Williamson, general studies; Jonathan Pickering, industrial technology; Brittany DeLeigh Bailey, Jaime Carter, Bridgette Michelle Phillips, Michelle Lynne Thornhill, interdisciplinary studies; Jessica Dera Bourgeois, Jason Allen Fondrick, Nathanial Smith, kinesiology; William Joseph Nixon, political science; Rebecca Danielle Mason, psychology; Marcus Cole Paterno, Spanish.