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Hall of Honors

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Hall of Honors Chairperson
Ignacio Bautista-Sanchez, VP of Student Affairs

ASLCC Offices, 2nd floor, Student Center
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Hall of Honors, established by the Associated Students of Lower Columbia College, pays tribute to one current student who has brought distinguished recognition to the college.

Nominations now OPEN

Deadline: May 15, 5 pm! Complete the Application Form.

Who is honored and why

Student achievement may be in the areas of academics, sports, the arts, or exceptional service to the college. Achievement should be supported by state or national recognition.

Only currently enrolled freshman and sophomore LCC students may be nominated.

The 2014 Hall of Honors nominee will be announced at the Outstanding Student Awards Ceremony at the end of Spring Quarter. A plaque honoring the inductee will be on permanent display on the Hall of Honors wall in the Student Center.

Nomination process

Nominations are open from today through Friday, May 15th at 5 PM and can be made by current LCC students, faculty, administrators and college staff. Click here for a link to the application. Applications can be turned into the Hall of Honors Chairperson Ignacio Bautista in the Student Center in the Student Government Office area at the end of the building or by email at

Previous Inductees

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Russell Kennington - Exemplary achievements in academics


Sean Gestson - Exemplary achievements in academics.


Michael Parkhurst - Exemplary achievements in academic excellence.


Lacey Seidl - Exemplary achievements in academics and athletics.


Melissa Knudsen - Exemplary service to the college and academic excellence.


Amanda Suter - Academic excellence and outstanding leadership.


Katie Mackie -  Exemplary service to the college and academic excellence.


Sarah Todd - Champion intercollegiate debater.


Tadd Wheeler - Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship Recipient.


Susan McNally - USA Today Community College Academic All Star.