More than 7,100 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas earned honor roll distinction for the fall 2020 semester.
The honor roll comprises undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and in the schools of Architecture & Design, Business, Education, Engineering, Health Professions, Journalism & Mass Communications, Music, Nursing, Pharmacy and Social Welfare. Honor roll criteria vary among the university’s academic units. Some schools honor the top 10% of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average, and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.
Local students include:

Gardner
Saevheon Alcorn, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Tae-Vheon Alcorn, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Hailey Apperson, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Cesar Arteaga, Gardner, School of Engineering; Patrick Beane, Gardner, School of Business; Lindsey Bjorgo, Gardner, School of Nursing; Lizzie Bocanegra, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Aidan Combs, Gardner, School of Business; Kristen Copple, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences ;Andrea De La O, Gardner, School of Nursing; Elena Erives, Gardner, School of Social Welfare; Kaylyn Gordon, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Thomas Grindol, Gardner, School of Business; Natasha Haen, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; May Haengkham, Gardner, School of Business Jade Haney, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of the Arts; Kathryn Harlow, Gardner, School of Engineering; Lindsey Hohn, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Abbott Hubbard, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Sariah Hull, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Blake Kleinsorge, Gardner, School of Nursing; Macy Koetters, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Tayler Kramer, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Caden Kussatz, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Matthew Law, Gardner, School of Engineering; Kylee Louderback, Gardner, School of Business; Brady Maguire, Gardner, School of Business; Dylan Mars, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Ethan Martin, Gardner, School of Music; Harold Mauldin, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Stephanie Morales Macedo, Gardner, School of the Arts and School of Journalism & Mass Communications; Joseph O’Connor, Gardner, School of Business; Lindsay Phillips, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Lindsey Plank, Gardner, School of Education & Human Sciences; Bailey Prigel, Gardner, School of Education & Human Sciences; Alyssa Putman, Gardner, School of Pharmacy; Jackson Schuster, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Jocelyn Segura, Gardner, School of Social Welfare; Brook Shaffer, Gardner, School of Nursing; Kali Shiferaw, Gardner, School of Pharmacy; Charlsie Solano, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Silas Sutterby, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Madison Sylva, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Gracie Thomas, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Megan Wetherington, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Evan Wooten, Gardner, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Abbie Zimmerman, Gardner, School of Engineering

Spring Hill 
Hannah Gillum, Spring Hill, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Heather Mahoney, Spring Hill, School of Social Welfare; Drake Mills, Spring Hill, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Campbell Myers, Spring Hill, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Spring Patterson, Spring Hill, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Nicolette Peterson, Spring Hill, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Holly Roeder, Spring Hill, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences;Debbie Ruder, Spring Hill, School of Education & Human Sciences?