Georgia Baptist College of Nursing
Providing EXCELLENCE in Nursing Education since 1902.
Master of Science in Nursing December 2018 Graduates
Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Laura M. Gonzalez Lawrenceville, GA
Jillian N. Johnson Acworth, GA
Stacey M. Le Marietta, GA
Tanisha Leonard Marietta, GA
Tarannum Rupani Johns Creek, GA
Glenn A. Thomas Tucker, GA
Family Nurse Practitioner
Sonia J. Davis Carrollton, GA
Kimberly C. Fischer Norcross, GA
Melissa L. Hallman Atlanta, GA
Emily C. Li Johns Creek, GA
Lindsey J. Mottern Smyrna, GA
Laila Nurani Lilburn, GA
Canelda Tashay Perry Atlanta, GA
Tiffany J. Rattery Atlanta, GA
Camille Edna Sterling Lawrenceville, GA
Amy L. Thompson Savannah, GA
Graduation with Honors
Candidates for bachelor’s degrees with a grade-point average of 3.50 will receive their degrees cum laude; those with an average of 3.70, magna cum laude; and those with 3.85, summa cum laude. To be eligible for honors, a student must have earned a minimum of 32 semester hours and at least a 3.50 GPA at Mercer. In determining the GPA’s of students with any transfer credit, the total average and the Mercer average separately will be evaluated, and the student will be given the standing of the lower of these two averages. All college work attempted, including D’s and F’s for which transfer credit has not been awarded, will be included in the calculation of the cumulative grade point average for graduation with honors.
A student, who by virtue of a grade or grades made in repeated work achieves an overall grade point average that would otherwise qualify him or her for graduation with honors, will not be considered eligible to receive honors.
A student who has been found responsible for an Honor Code violation is not eligible to graduate with honors.