25th Annual Leaf Lookers GEMBOREE :: Friday, October 17 - Sunday, October 19 at the Macon County Community Building

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Seventy-nine students from Macon County made the president’s list for the fall semester at Southwestern Community College, and 64 others were named to the dean’s list.

President’s list honorees earned a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.85 or greater while those on the dean’s list had a GPA between 3.50 and 3.849.

view the full list of honorees after the jump!

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Graduates from Macon County number more than 50.

At the conclusion of the fall semester, 143 Southwestern Community College students – including 51 from Macon County - earned their associate’s degrees, diplomas and certificates.

Four Macon County graduates earned academic honors, including one magna cum laude (3.90-3.94 GPA) and three Summa Cum Laude (3.95-4.00 GPA).

Seven others are New Century Scholars, who were identified as “highpotential” students when they were in the seventh grade and were guaranteed the opportunity of an education at Southwestern without the worry of tuition and fees, thanks to the generosity of our community.

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As an essential element of the learning experience, cosmetology students at Southwestern Community College are offering haircuts, manicures and nail tech services this spring.

Students provide haircuts on a first-come, firstserve basis from 8-11 a.m. on Tuesdays through Thursdays at SCC’s Jackson Campus. Pricing is $12 for women and $8 for men. Shampoo and style costs $10, and other services are offered at discounted rates.

There is limited availability in the afternoons by appointment only. Call Randy McCall, SCC’s cosmetology program coordinator, at (828)339-4238 to reserve a time slot.

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Western Carolina University’s online bachelor’s degree program in entrepreneurship has received a high national ranking in affordability and “Best Buy” designation from the distance education information clearinghouse GetEducated. com.

WCU’s program was ranked No. 2 in affordability following a national survey of 69 regionally accredited higher education institutions that offer 165 business management- related online bachelor’s degrees, said Melissa Eubank, director of information services for GetEducated. com.

The survey showed that the average cost of an online bachelor’s degree in business is about $53,000, with the most expensive program coming in at more than $131,000, Eubank said. The cost of WCU’s program is $19,715 for North Carolina residents.

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