The CNMI’s Keanah G. Deleon Guerrero and Amanda Maria W. Santos kept their respective spots on the Scholastic Honor Roll of Oregon State University. The grading period was for the Winter term.
Deleon Guerrero is a sophomore taking up Anthropology as her major under the School of Language, Culture, and Society of OSU’s College of Liberal Arts, while Santos is on her final year studying her undergraduate degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Science.
Both made it to the Scholastic Honor Roll of OSU after ending the Winter term with a 3.5 or higher grade point averages. They were also on the honors list in last year’s Winter and Fall terms.
Deleon Guerrero and Santos were among the 3,994 students at OSU who earned 3.5 (B+) or better, while another 969 students got straight A’s or 4.0. A student must have carried at least 12 graded hours of course work to make it on the Scholastic Honor Roll.
Deleon Guerrero was a consistent honor student while studying on Saipan and was Koblerville Elementary School’s sixth grade class 2008 valedictorian, while also receiving the Commissioner’s Award and academic recognition for math, science, social studies, and reading.
Santos, on the other hand, was inducted as a full member of the Northern Marianas College’s Beta Lambda Psi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society in 2013. She was inducted along with 14 other students.
Maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, serving and contributing to the community, and service and leadership activities are the qualifications for membership in the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.