IU regional campuses, Ivy Tech sign guaranteed admissions agreement

Partnership offers clear pathways from Ivy Tech to IUK

KOKOMO, Ind. — Transfer students now have a clear pathway to an Indiana University degree, thanks to a new agreement with Ivy Tech Community College.

Effective June 1, Ivy Tech associate-level graduates from across Indiana are guaranteed admission, based on select provisions, into certain programs at all IU regional campuses via a Guaranteed Admission Agreement.

Aligning current best practices and the state’s established initiatives, the GAA spells out necessary coursework toward degree requirements at both institutions. Admission to all campuses also comes with an application fee waiver.

“Our regional campuses have continued to spark growth and innovation for students’ education and careers, exemplifying the hallmark of research, discovery and service of IU’s 200-year history,” said John Applegate, IU executive vice president for university academic affairs. “These guaranteed admissions agreements solidify IU’s commitment to best practices in transfers and steady progress toward degrees.”

This guaranteed admission eliminates any loss of credits while minimizing cost to students and ensuring they are able to complete their bachelor’s degrees on time.

“Since 2005, Ivy Tech and the IU regional campuses have been working together to improve transfer opportunities for students. This guaranteed admissions agreement takes our partnership to a new and higher level that directly benefits Hoosiers seeking bachelor’s degrees,” Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann said.

“This agreement means that students can enroll in their first two years within one of the program areas covered by the agreement with assurance of their ultimate admission into the four-year regional campus of their choice as long as they complete their associate degree with the required grade point average. In uncertain times like these, students and parents are looking for certainty, safety and affordability.”

The new agreement has enthusiastic support from leadership at IU Kokomo and Ivy Tech Kokomo.

“IU Kokomo welcomes transfer students wishing to earn a four-year degree in one of our numerous programs,” said Mark Canada, executive vice chancellor for academic affairs at IU’s Kokomo regional campus. “We’re pleased to know that this agreement will serve these students well, helping them to achieve their academic goals while potentially saving them money and time.”

For Ethan Heicher, vice chancellor for academic affairs at Ivy Tech’s Kokomo Service Area, the GAA builds on a number of previous agreements between the two campuses.

“This agreement offers students certainty that if they fulfill the established criteria, they will be guaranteed a place at IU Kokomo,” Heicher said.  “The Guaranteed Admission Agreement makes transfer from the community college to the university even easier and encourages students to continue their educational journeys. We know the more students who take advantage of the great educational opportunities that exist in Kokomo, the stronger our communities become.”

Ivy Tech students who want to take advantage of this opportunity can work with their Ivy Tech academic advisors to confirm that their academic plan meets all the requirements.

Students can further maximize savings on their degree by taking advantage of scholarship and grant opportunities at both institutions, which is critical to Hoosiers now more than ever during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Ivy Tech’s Kokomo Service Area recognizes student achievement

Outstanding academics to be honored in 2020 commencement video

Amanda Schultz
Chancellor’s Award

KOKOMO, Ind. — Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo will recognize students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and leadership during its virtual commencement ceremony set to premiere online June 19.

Amanda Schultz of Kokomo, who is graduating with an Associate of Science degree in Nursing, will be honored with the Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence.

Schultz was selected from those students honored with the Dean’s Award in each program who have a 3.75 GPA or higher. Other considerations for this award include leadership, community service, and school involvement.

In nominating Schultz for the top student academic honor, Kelly Williams, interim dean of the Nursing program, noted that Schultz is the first member of her family to graduate from college, achieving a 4.0 grade point average when she completed her degree requirements in December. While at Ivy Tech, Schultz was active in the Student Nurses Association and was selected for membership in Phi Theta Kappa, the international academic honor society for two-year colleges.

Schultz graduated from Lewis Cass High School 20 years ago. Overcoming significant personal obstacles, she began pursuing her interest in the medical field as a volunteer at St. Joseph Hospital – which led to her first job as a patient assistant there in 2007. From 2016 to 2019, she worked a similar job at IU North Hospital in Carmel.

Schultz passed her boards in January and is now working on the Telemetry Medical Surgery floor at Community Howard Regional Health. She says she is glad to be working closer to home with the people of her community – and to be able to serve during this difficult time. She remains committed to volunteering, a passion that developed 24 years ago when, as a middle school student, she logged hundreds of volunteer hours at her local public library. She has also volunteered at nursing homes and for the March of Dimes, the Hospital Cheer Guild, and the Kokomo Urban Outreach UP program.

Her future plans include a bachelor’s degree, supported by “her biggest supporter,” her husband, Justin. Together, they have a blended family of seven children and two grandchildren.

Dean’s Awards honor students who are selected by the faculty chair for each program as the program’s outstanding graduate. Recipients of the Dean’s Award for 2020, and hometowns, are:


            Michelle Rawlins of Kokomo

Advanced Automation and Robotics Technology

            Anthony Templin of Kokom0


Noah Hamrick of Kokomo


Cory Hanson of Kokomo

Business Administration

            Zachary Hutcheson of Kokomo

Business Operations, Applications and Technology

Jody Bowsher of Peru

Criminal Justice

            Catherine Diveley of Kewanna

Cyber Security Information Assurance        

Isaac Scott of Kokomo

Dental Assisting

            Keyerstyn Young of Kokomo

Early Childhood Education

            Amanda Walden of Kokomo


Avery Fouts of Kokomo

Engineering Technology

            Alexander Short of Arcadia

General Studies         

Jeana Friedersdorf of Wabash 

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

            Adam Patrick of Indianapolis

Human Services        

Jossie Helmerick of Windfall

Industrial Technology

Christopher Freeman of Sharpsville

Industrial Technology – Welding

            Gabe Smith-Purvis of Tipton

Liberal Arts

            Fatima Zarate-Martinez of Logansport

Machine Tool Technology

            Tyler Barber of Loganspor

Medical Assisting

            Dulcey Brooks of Peru


            Amanda Schultz of Kokomo


            Nicole Anthrop of Lafayette

Practical Nursing TC

            Peggy Whaley of Logansport

Professional Communication

            Sunday Htoo of Logansport


            Jared Hickman of Tipton

Software Development

            Ashley Swing of Kokomo

Surgical Technology

            BreeAnna Bell of Wabas

Visual Communication

            Mary Geesa of Peru

Students honored as members of the Student Leadership Academy include Jared Hickman, Adrian Huizar, Bailee Lytle, Ian McCurdy, and Melanie Walsh.

Those recognized with Military Veterans Honors include Landon Scena-Bolan, Stephen F. Wolfe, Lesley A. Ross, Tamara R. Derrick, Lou A. Helvie, David F. Reynolds, Lenora Stanford, Sarah E. Ogborn, Jeffrey A. Ritter, Jeffrey D. Moore, Ross J. Bates, Joshua D. Clark, Eric Markham, and John T. Hiatt.

Corynne Menard was honored as a member of the All Indiana Academic Team for academic performance, leadership, and service to the College and the community. The All-Indiana Academic Team competition is sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, USA Today, Coca Cola, and the American Association of Community Colleges.

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Ivy Tech’s Kokomo Service Area honors top instructors

Allison Toren and Sean Kinney are being honored for excellence in instruction and service to students, the College, and their communities.

Allison Toren, Sean Kinney cited for excellence in instruction

KOKOMO, Ind. — Ivy Tech Community College’s Kokomo Service Area is honoring two instructors with the region’s top awards for excellence in instruction during the online commencement ceremony that premieres June 19.

Allison Toren of Kokomo, department chair of Liberal Arts and Sciences and program chair of Communication and Student Success, is being honored as Ivy Tech Kokomo Service Area’s 2019-20 President’s Award recipient and regional nominee for the Glenn W. Sample Award for Excellence in Instruction, the College’s highest honor for faculty. Sean Kinney, an adjunct instructor in the Criminal Justice program, is the recipient of the region’s 2019-20 Adjunct Faculty Award and regional nominee for the statewide Gerald I. Lamkin Award for Excellence in Instruction.

“These are the top awards presented to Ivy Tech instructors each year, recognizing the winners’ excellence in instruction and dedication to Ivy Tech’s mission of providing world-class educational opportunities in support of our communities,” said Chancellor Dean McCurdy.

“Both Allison and Sean bring to their classroom a commitment to their students that ensures those students have the support they need and the very best chance of success,” he continued. “We are proud to honor them as outstanding representatives of our full-time and adjunct faculty.”


Allison Toren

Toren began her career at Ivy Tech as an adjunct instructor in 2005 and has been a member of the full-time faculty since January 2015, bringing her enthusiasm for higher education – and improving the world around her – to her students and coworkers. When she graduated from college, Toren said she knew she wanted a job where she could change lives and thus change the world. Her experiences have led her to believe that teaching allows her to do just that.

Toren earned a bachelor’s degree in communication arts from Malone University and a master’s degree in communication from Abilene Christian University, where she got her first taste of teaching public speaking.

“We all know public speaking and interpersonal communication can be nerve-wracking – and one of the course requirements students most often dread,” said Ethan Heicher, vice chancellor of Academic Affairs. “Allison’s bubbly personality and reassuring style has helped our students come out of their shells. Thanks to Allison, they’ve gained critical soft skills in communication that help them in their future classes and in their future careers.”

Toren is active in a number of college and community programs and organizations, including leadership in Ivy Tech’s annual Doing the Dream project, serving through First Evangelical Presbyterian, Church and volunteering as a tutor with Bridges Outreach.

In nominating Toren for the award, other faculty members noted she is an excellent role model for her students. Through both her work at the college and in the community, they wrote, Toren exemplifies passion, commitment, education, and service, and instills these values in her students.


Sean Kinney

Since at least 2002, Kinney has brought his interest in public service and social service to the halls of Ivy Tech as an instructor of Criminal Justice. He also brings to his classroom more than three decades of experience as a Kokomo Police officer and criminologist nationally known in the world of forensic science.

Kinney earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in criminology, both from Indiana State University, and continued with his education with numerous graduate school certificates and certification in everything from homeland security to forensics to crime scene examiner to medical investigator. His education and his professional experience prepared him to teach virtually every course in the Ivy Tech criminal justice curriculum.

As Professor Michael Holsapple, chair of the Criminal Justice program, wrote: “Sean became in no small measure a criminalist in demand from competing universities, organizations, and local, state, and federal agencies as an instructor, trainer, speaker and program initiator” … but “it was the students of Ivy Tech that Sean has devoted his interests and talents to.”

Kinney’s dedication to students in their pursuit of learning is unmatched, a quality that has inspired many criminal justice students over his nearly two decades at Ivy Tech, Holsapple wrote. Students describe him as memorable, not only for his teaching style and his personal stories but also for his consideration and support.

Winners of the statewide Glenn W. Sample and Gerald I. Lamkin awards for excellence in instruction will be announced later this year.

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Ivy Tech Kokomo kicks off second phase of fundraising

Ivy Tech Capital Campaign Chair Karen McLean recently toured what is becoming the Kokomo Campus’ new Technology Center, where the NIPSCO Executive Conference Room is located.

Capital campaign supports completion of Kokomo Campus transformation

KOKOMO, Ind. — As chair of the campaign committee charged with helping to raise $3 million in community support for Ivy Tech Kokomo’s campus transformation, Karen McLean recently took a look at the construction taking place in the new Technology Center.

With gifts from nearly 200 donors ranging from $25 to $250,000, the campaign now stands at 82.2 percent of its goal and as Phase 2 of the project ramps ups, the campaign committee is continuing its efforts to reach the $3 million target.

“The transformation of Ivy Tech Kokomo is becoming a reality,” McLean said. “Phase 1, the Main Building and the beautiful new Health Professions Center, are to the ‘punch-list’ stage of completion and work is well under way on the new Technology Center and Agriculture and Automotive Center. We anticipate support from our communities to raise the $535,000 needed to complete these amazing new educational spaces.”

A public affairs manager for NIPSCO, McLean was very encouraged to see progress on the new NIPSCO Executive Conference Room under construction near the main entrance to the Technology Center. The conference room will provide quality meeting space for up to 12 people.

“NIPSCO is very proud to be a partner and to have given the first gift for this project when the campaign began,” she said. “Personally, I am delighted by the progress. We are within striking distance of our fundraising goal thanks to the generosity of people who see the value of an Ivy Tech education. Our shared vision of state-of-the-art facilities to serve Ivy Tech students and our communities will impact the workforce far into the future.”

With the campus closure this spring, contractors have made great progress. After completing demolition of the interiors of the remaining two buildings located on the south-east side of the campus, the crews are putting up walls, installing ductwork, and restoring floors. They are creating the classrooms, laboratories, faculty offices, huddle rooms, and study areas of the Technology Center and the Agriculture and Automotive Center designed to allow Ivy Tech to take instruction in those areas to a new level.

“We are thankful to all the donors who have supported the Kokomo Campus Transformation: Time Is Now Campaign,” said Chancellor Dean McCurdy, “and we offer special thanks to the leadership team from NIPSCO for supporting this project.”

For more information on the campaign, contact Kelly Karickhoff at kkarickhoff@ivytech.edu or call 765-252-5501 or log in to IvyTech.edu/KokomoTransformation.


Phase 2 construction supports technology education

Ivy Tech Kokomo’s Building Construction and HVAC programs will have spacious new labs and classrooms at the south end of the Technology Center.

With Phase 2 of the Kokomo Campus Transformation well under way, Ivy Tech Kokomo is looking forward to the new classrooms and laboratories that will be available in the Technology Center and Agriculture and Automotive Center.

Josh Speer, dean of the School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, and Applied Science, notes the Technology Center will house a variety of programs including Building Construction; Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Machine Tool Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Engineering Technology; and Welding. Here, students will be able to master skills that will prepare them for good-paying jobs available in industries throughout the region. Just to the south across Trialon Court, the new Agriculture and Automotive Center will offer a new home to those programs.

“For years, we have worked in educational spaces confined by the floorplans of a light manufacturing facility,” Speer said. “With the Kokomo Campus Transformation project, we have been able to gut these structures and look at them as blank canvases where we could create open, modern, high-tech classrooms and labs.

“The new facilities will be a huge benefit to our students, and the faculty and staff responsible for their educations,” he continued. “We are creating educational spaces that mimic the industrial environments our students will see when they enter the workforce.”

Speer noted a number of affordable naming options, including welding booths and huddle rooms, are available to anyone interested in contributing toward the campaign to complete the technology areas. For more information on the Phase 2 effort, Josh can be reached at jspeer7@ivytech.edu.

Hands-on training equipment for CNC (computer numerical control) will soon fill this empty space in Ivy Tech Kokomo’s new Technology Center.

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Ivy Tech Kokomo supporters donate $20,400 for student COVID-19 Relief Fund

Miami County philanthropist Rita Jackson puts fund over $15,000 goal

KOKOMO, Ind. – Supporters of Ivy Tech Community College throughout the Kokomo Service Area rose to a challenge last month, donating a total of $20,400 for the Ivy Tech COVID-19 Relief fund to assist students hit hard by the pandemic.

Miami County philanthropist and long-time Ivy Tech donor Rita Jackson wrote the check that pushed the fund passed its original goal of $15,000, earning a dollar-for-dollar match through a $500,000 statewide donation by Ivy Tech Community College State Board of Trustees member Marianne Glick and her spouse, Mike Woods.

“During these extraordinary times, we are humbled by the outpouring of support we have received for our students,” said Ivy Tech Kokomo Chancellor Dean McCurdy. “With the match, Rita’s gift, along with those of more than 40 donors who participated in the emergency campaign, means we have $40,800 to address student needs related to COVID-19.”

The COVID-19 Relief Fund is administered through the Ivy Tech Foundation and provides an opportunity to meet needs in a quick and flexible manner.

“I’m just so happy to support this fund for the students,” said Jackson, an Ivy Tech retiree whose generosity in support of Ivy Tech students includes three endowed scholarships and funding a computer laboratory in the new Health Professions Center. “And I’m always excited by matching opportunities! It’s great to be able to double your donation.”

For Jackson, support of Ivy Tech students recognizes one of her core values.

“Education changed my life, opening the way for me to have a successful career that now allows me to ‘give back’ to others,” she said. “Ivy Tech offers that opportunity to so many students who are hardworking and want to prepare for jobs that will help them better support their families.  With COVID-19, many of them have lost their jobs and are facing barriers to finishing their education. I’m glad we can help them get that done.”

Kelly Karickhoff, executive director of Resource Development for Ivy Tech Kokomo, said more than 80 students have applied for assistance in covering the technology costs involved in moving to online courses as well as meeting financial needs for such basics as rent, utilities, car payments, gas, and food.

“With this fund, we are able to address needs not covered by other funding opportunities, like the federal CARES Act, and address them very quickly,” Karickhoff said. One example she cited: a single father with two children as a positive COVID-19 diagnosis. “We were able to cover their rent for the month,” she said. “We were able to take that burden off him – and help the landlord too. These basics provide the foundation for education. Meeting such basic needs is essential so education can continue.”

McCurdy said, “I know first-hand these gifts will be used to make life-changing opportunities for our students. We can’t predict what the weeks and months ahead will look like, but I can guarantee this generosity will help ease the challenges our students face.”

For more information on the COVID-19 Relief Fund and where to donate, visit impact.ivytech.edu/COVID.Relief.Fund .

“Once the $500,000 from Marianne Glick and Mike Woods was utilized, an anonymous donor came forward with an additional $100,000 in matching funds,” Karickhoff said. “These funds are available to all campuses on a first-come basis until this second matching opportunity is exhausted. It’s not too late to support students in Kokomo, Logansport, Peru, Rochester, and Tipton and the surrounding areas.”

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FCA and Ivy Tech offering STEM Camp-in-a-Box for area boys and girls

In its third year, camp will still provide hands-on STEM experiences

KOKOMO, Ind. – In their third year of offering activities aimed at expanding knowledge in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, FCA and Ivy Tech Community College are planning STEM summer camps for area students in a new format for 2020. Because of the ongoing challenges posed by the coronavirus, the co-sponsors are offering STEM Camp-in-a-Box to young women entering grades 6 to 12 and boys entering grades 6 to 8.

“In light of recent efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Ivy Tech and FCA won’t be able to offer in-person summer STEM camps this year,” said Tanya Foutch, Quality Engineering Group Lead for Assembly at FCA US and a member of the FCA US Transmission & Casting Women’s Group that created the first Gearing Up Girls for STEM summer camp in 2018. “Instead, camp will be made available to students in their homes. We are working to make camp boxes that will be as close as possible to the real camp!”

The FCA Women’s Group and Ivy Tech are putting together the “camp-in-a-box” for up to 125 young women and 100 boys. The boxes, which will include activities, supplies, a workbook, links to tutorials and supplemental videos, and more, will be delivered to students’ homes in mid-June.

Girls in grades 6 to 12 and boys in grades 6 to 8 in Howard, Tipton, Miami, Grant, Clinton, Carroll, and Cass counties, may register for the camp on a first come/first served basis. The cost is $20 per student. Interested families should contact Susan Turrill at Ivy Tech by email at sturrill@ivytech.edu or by calling 765-252-5497.

Gearing Up Girls for STEM began as a program for girls going into the sixth to eighth grades but has expanded to include young women in high school. It also inspired creation of a STEM camp for boys going into grades 6 to 8.

“Our camps have been very successful, helping meet our goal of introducing girls to the possibility of STEM careers,” Foutch said. “We are sorry we aren’t able to be together this summer and we look forward to being able to resume the face-to-face camps next year.”

The Transmission & Casting Women’s Group is made up of FCA US employees at all levels and specialties including executives, engineers, managers, and human resources representatives, all of whom are committed to expanding opportunities for women in the manufacturing industry. Representatives of the UAW Women’s Group are also supporting the project. The boys’ camp is organized by a group of FCA US employees at all levels including executives, engineers, managers who are committed to expanding young men’s exposure to STEM and the manufacturing industry.

“With interesting, entertaining, hands-on activities, we hope to encourage interest in STEM at an early age,” Foutch continued. This effort comes at a time when the issue of workforce development continues to be at the forefront of economic development discussions in Indiana.

Foutch said the program is expanding this year with the support of the City of Kokomo, First Farmers Bank and Trust and Community First Bank. Other supporters of the program have included FCA, UAW Local 1302, UAW Local 685 Retirees, UAW 685 Women’s Group, Ironmonger Spring, Mahar Tool Supply, Button Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, Ascension St. Vincent Kokomo, Haynes International, Caron & Jones Dental Care, Harvey Performance, Indiana Pit Martial Arts and Fitness, Security Federal Savings Bank, and Solidarity Federal Credit Union.

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Ivy Tech’s Kokomo Service Area to celebrate Class of 2020 with virtual commencement

More than 1,000 degrees and certificates earned by 718 graduates

Adrian Huizar
Student speaker

KOKOMO, Ind. — Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Service Area – which includes campuses and instructional sites in Kokomo, Logansport, and Peru – will celebrate the graduating Class of 2020 with a “virtual commencement” set to premiere on YouTube at 3 p.m. June 19. The pre-recorded video tribute will honor 718 students who are expected to complete work on 1,076 degrees and certificates by the end of the Fall 2019 and Spring and Summer 2020 terms.

The commencement ceremony will be available for viewing any time after the premiere.

“These students have been faced with extraordinary challenges since the coronavirus pandemic first hitIndiana in early March,” said Dean McCurdy, chancellor of Ivy Tech’s Kokomo Service Area.

Tony Tony
Faculty speaker

“They have been incredibly resilient as campuses moved to virtual learning. They have shown remarkable strength and perseverance in completing their educational goals and, while we can’t get together for a traditional commencement ceremony, Ivy Tech Kokomo faculty and staff were committed to finding a way to recognize their amazing achievements.”

McCurdy said he hopes many graduates and their family and friends will be able to share the real-time experience of the commencement event at 3 p.m. June 19.“We’re taking advantage of available technologies to allow faculty and staff to celebrate these graduates in new ways,” McCurdy added.


Allison Toren
Recipient of faculty award

“We hope it will inject a little fun into the proceeding and boost our graduates’ spirits as they get ready to move forward in life. While we may not actually be ‘in person’ together on June 19, we can share the event together in the best way possible.”

McCurdy also announced that instead of being awarded to an individual for their service to the community and the College, this year’s honorary degree will recognize the collective efforts of Ivy Tech alumni working in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

“We at Ivy Tech are so proud of our graduates who are working so hard in local hospitals, long term care facilities, and in other healthcare settings,” McCurdy said.

Sean Kinney
Recipient of adjunct faculty award

“If an honorary degree is designed to recognize contributions to the College and the community, then these nurses, EMTs, paramedics, certified nursing assistants, surgical technologists, and more are certainly most deserving this year. This is a thank-you for their service on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle.”

Adrian Huizar of Winamac, who has earned an associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology, is representing the Class of 2020 as student speaker and Tony Tony, chair of the Engineering Technology program, will serve as faculty speaker. Those being honored during the event include Allison Toren of Kokomo, department chair of Liberal Arts and Science, program chair of Communication and Student Success, and assistant professor of Communication, recipient of

Amanda Schultz
Chancellor’s Award

the President’s Award for Excellence in Instruction; Sean Kinney of Kokomo, a distinguished member of the Kokomo Police Department for 32 years who serves as an adjunct instructor in the Criminal Justice program, recipient of the Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Instruction; and graduating student Amanda Schultz of Kokomo, who has earned her Associate of Science in Nursing degree, recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence.

Members of Ivy Tech Kokomo Service Area’s graduating class of 2020, listed alphabetically by county and hometown (Indiana unless otherwise noted), include:

Allen County
Fort Wayne
Dylan Brae Moores
Ian Elijah LeCount

Blackford County
Hartford City
Abigail Delieu
Taylor Nicole Light
Brandi D. Mooneyhan

Boone County
Jenny Sue Garst

Carroll County
Danielle Granson
Truman Jay Plank
Madison L. Crume
Aleighia King
Tracy Lynn Miller
Laura Lea Ritchey
Justin Branum
Victoria L. Ellis
Jessie James
Mark A. Wilson
Jordan Lee Burt
Renda Renee Lawson
Janzen Robert Purvis
Steven Craig Wickersham
Cassandra Grace Jones
Holly Suzanne Pettiner
Brittany A. Spitznagle
Eric S Cowell
Julia Deanna Hoskins
Jeffrey Gene Powlen
Elizabeth Faye Hylton
Walter L. McFarland
Stacy L. Nipple

Cass County
Ross J. Bates
Jessie Boyd
Trenton Nathaniel Harrison
Joshua Steven Kincaid
Anglie L. McKinney
Malori Neichel Mullens
Kaitlyn Angelica Neal
Jenna Renee Rikard
Nathan Troutman
Erin L. Walker
Dheyanira Jesslin Alarcon
Savannah B. Al-Khateeb
Maria Avalos
Tyler Shawn Barber
Chelsey Nicole Beckner
Peggy Jo Billiard
Cody M. Bingle
Alma Berenice Bueno
Priscilla Danielle Cardona
Robert Michael Carlson
Tonya F. Collins
Paola Ivon Cortez Hernandez
Brandon Michael Cruise
Rochelle Davila
Ramon De la Torre
Arin Michelle Deane
Tamara Rene Derrick
Ayleen Yunetsy Dominguez-Lopez
Kori L. Downs
Vanessa Espinoza
Daima Linet Fermoselle
Irma M. Flores
Kelli Jaqueline Franco
Krista Lee Frye
James William Galbreath
Ana Fernanda Garcia-Rodriguez
Yamile Isabel Gonzalez
Karen Sunley Gonzalez Miranda
Brady Colin Hammond
Tiffany J. Hancock Aquino
Hayley Lyn Hines
Christina A. Holcomb
Sunday Htoo
Megan Leigh Huang
Elizabeth Marie Humphrey
Robert Humphrey
Olivia Suzanne Iles
Alexander Dean Jackson
Derreck Bryant James
Kelly J. Jones
Elisabet Miguel Jose
Daniel Christian Knutson
Isabella Soledad Leon
Oliver Liborio
Kylee Paige Lindsey
April D. Lopez
Genesse Lopez
Michelle L. Lopez
Adam William Lowry
Esiquiel Luna
Emilee Del-Ray Maggart
Amy N. Marks
Juan Daniel Martinez
Kimberly S. Maxwell
Megan Renee McCall
Sheryl Renae McLochlin
Jill Marie McMinn
Amanda M. Michael
Rebecca Montalvo
Franklin Montero
Jeffrey D. Moore
Misty Dawn Nesbitt
Anthony B. Ornsri
Oscar J. Palomares
Diana Faith Pearson
Sofia Nicole Pedersen Kertesz
Jodie N. Pittman
Eric L. Regan
Amanda Nichole Ricci
Mitchelle Rodriguez
Anthony Rodriguez Sanchez
Carol A. Sanchez
Luis Abraham Sanchez
Santiago Sanchez
Fredy Josue Santamaria
Shaddailiz Osmarie Santiago
Linda Marie Sebastian
Daniel Sebastian Nicolas
Carrie D. Sherer
Chris Lai Sivilay
Jeremiah R. Small
Joshua Thomas Smith
Jennifer Jo Snay
Broderick Mitchell Snider
Elizabeth Solis
Alexis Shayanne Spencer
Kelsey Marie St.Clair
Tasha Stark
Jennifer True
Elana Nicole Valdes
Milena Valdes
Wah Wah
Billie Jo Warf
Debra Elaine Watters
Winston Alexander Weller
Peggy M. Whaley
Devin Seth Winegardner
Elizabeth Zagal
Fatima Zarate-Martinez
Abigail Nicole Zartman
Mallory Lou Sparks
Aubry Leigh Jackson
Rachelle Stamper
Royal Center
Rose Marie Criswell
Wilson S. Fickle
Lacey N. Miller
Katelyn Marie Pickens
Sadye B. Shedron
Twelve Mile
Brian Beaman
Jason E. Darland
Andrea M. DeJesus
Emily Renee Goodman
Rachel A. Hough

Clinton County
Karlie KaEllen Marie McMenomy
Stephanie Nicole Ellis
Carolin S. Hunter
Kaitlin Diane Hunter
Jennifer Leigh Longenberger
Kelsie Leigh Regalado
Stone Ryme Sharpe

Dearborn County
Oliver Keith Jarman

Floyd County
Jeffery J. O’Connor

Fulton County
Fernanda Jimenez
Max I. Good
Erin M. Camarena
Catherine Irene Diveley
Andrea Kristine Miller
Allie Selene Rouch
Darian Lynn Batson
Dawson J. Bower
Wendy Bower
Audrey A. Enyart
Katherine Lee Gonzalez
Deanna Lynn Gualtieri
Libby Hake
Lou A. Helvie
Shanna E. Rogers
Abbie Sheetz
Lucinda Kay Smith
Thomas Cyrus Sutton
Amber Victoria Willard

Grant County
Chandler C. Hipp
Brooke A. Massey
Layne Michael Parsons
Ciara Vetor
Luke Richard Wilson
Gas City
Amaya Loraine Siders
Kaleb Thomas Alsup
Donna J. Arnold
Justin L. Bull
Pooja Chohan
Devin W. Davis
Emily Brooke Lepant
Clinton Luster
Eric Allen Mason
Jacob Lee Miller
Jeremy T. Rodabaugh
Joseph Daniel Ross
Angela Christine Southern
Sarah Lynne Stephenson
Rachel M. Stone
Homer Uncapher
Darneda L. Wise
Samantha Jo Gentry

Hamilton County
Kierstian Jarolyn Brandenburg
Alexander l. Short
Jacob Grosswiler
Stacy Ables Haynes
Tai L. Jones
Blake Aaron Bentley
Emily Morgan Willis
Ella D. Beam
Melanie M. Southern
Matthew Ryan Abel
Alex J. Aspinwall
Shyla Marie Cain
Sarah Jane Good
Chloe Griffiths
Jonathan Thomas Klingler
Madyson P. Rainey
Harrison Joseph Ruschak
Courtney A. Schmidt
Anthony Winslow Soule
Karen S. Stackhouse
Hadley E. Wilfong
Dora L. Snyder
Elizabeth Cramer
Priya Jaipuriar
Abby Kalstad
Megan C. Miller
Austin Sands
Melanie Diane Smith

Hendricks County
Jamie Nicole Moore

Howard County
Robert Eric Teter
Darlena M. Brock
Breann Donson
Max Gomez
Maximo Gomez
Stephanie Millspaugh
Natalee N. Parsons
John J Scott
Conner K. Zirkle
David Allen Akers
Gabriel Araujo Lage
Cershon Anthony Archer
Emily Banh Arslain
Bethany Kaylynn Babcock
Brett Thomas Baer
Brooke Elizabeth Bagwell
Anna D. Baker
Sensuous M. Balfour Alexander
Brandon Michael Barber
Autumn L. Barker
Leanna Marie Baugh
Ricky Giroux Bearden
Christian Paul Beyer
Monica M. Birkey
Dalton Lane Bishop
Kristin Kay Black
Jonathan Michael Blanton
Alexis Kathryn Bollinger
Melissa J. Boonstra
Alexis Christine Brady
Loren M. Breedlove
Jennifer Ruth Breeman
Carl D. Brocks
Josiah Brown
Chastity Anne Butcher
Geordan Wayne Butler
Vanice Laraye Butler
Kimberly A. Byers
Sydney Allora Campos
Sulena E. Castillo
Jackie K. Chavez
Gavin Lee Chorrushi
Tierney Louise Kayle Clark
Tommy Cleaver
Norman R. Colbert
Andrea L. Collier
Jessica Contreras
Shelby Nicole Conyers
Laurin Nicole Cook
Searra Cooper
Brandon Michael Corwin
Luke Adam Cross
Roberta S. Croxford
Emily Michelle Cruz Ramos
Brian Joseph Danley
Stephanie L. Dart
Mary Angela Daulton
Amanda M. Detamore
Alan J. Dixon
Evan Michael Doran
Kasandra N. Dorsey
Alec T. Ealy
Treasure Ebikwo
Jazmine Beyonnce Renee Ellis
Brittany Marie Ennis
Jessica A. Espinoza
Brelynn Marie Estep
Jessica Rae Estep
Joshua Allen Evans
Theresa Everett
Angela Rose Fields
Tori Marie Fitzgerald
Mara Grace Fivecoate
Rebecca Ann Foesch
Avery Lauren Fouts
Morgan Lyn Francis
Elizabeth Rose Garber
Amanda-Joe Pauline Garling
Jamie Gassoway
Garrett Robert Gee
Courtnie D. Gibbs
Garrett Spencer Glassburn
Lillian Graham
Ashley K. Greer
Dorothy Eileen Hahn-Morris
Jennifer L. Hain
Noah Christian Hamrick
Cory Adam Hanson
Morgan B. Harness
Mary Lydia Hartman
Makayla Christine Harvey
Hannah Nicole Haworth
Jacqueline E. Haynes
Shaquanda Haywood
Dustin A. Henderson
Teresa M. Henderson
Jayme R. Horner
MaKayla Capri Hubbard
Brian L. Hunt
Zachary J. Hutcheson
Nicholas Ingram
Drew M. Jameson
Kyle Allen Johnson
William Zachary Jones
Taylor Elizabeth Justice
Kevin Joel Kennedy
Ashlee L. Kent
Moriah Briana Ranae Kessler
Kailee Ann King
Mallory L. King
Tonja King
Hannah Rose King Dobbs
Jeffrey T. Kline
Shannon Marie Klute
Amber Kathryn Knight
Brianna Danielle Knowling
Amy Jo Laubenstein
Jaime Levine
Andrew L. Linville
Terry L. Loer
Makayla Lee Lucas
Consuelo A. Luna-McKibben
Chris D. Lykins
Bailee Madison Lytle
Bret Thomas Lytle
Isabel Madrigal
Kendall Lashae Malone
Eric Markham
Sarah J. Marshall
Bailey Joann McCrumb
Ian Towe McCurdy
Dylan Joe McGinnis
Emily Shae McMillen
Nathan Taylor McNeil
Corynne Alissa Menard
Hannah R. Mendenhall
Morgan K. Metzger
Justin Michael Moody
Autumn E. Moore
Devin James Moore
Heather L. Moreland
Brianna Kay Mortz
Candice M. Mossholder
Heather Munsey
Kristina Music
Zoe L. Musselman
Jacob Webb Myers
Sarah A. Napier
Trae Jonathan Nearon
Charlie Miles Neher
Jessica R. Nester
Peyton N. Neuzerling
Gabriel Matthew Nielander
Emma Kathleen Nixon
Santana Maria Nixon
Brianna Marie Orpurt
Taylor N. Padgett
Katie Lee Paulus
Jonathan Luke Plummer
Becky Pope
David Lee Powell
Faith Margaret Pownell
Brittany D. Price
Tina Renee Ramirez
Michelle L. Rawlins
Cody M. Rayls
Danielle Anastasia Reed
Megan Jo Repovg
David F. Reynolds
Lucas Nathaniel Richman
Melissa Danielle Rider
Grant A. Robb
Courtney Michelle Roberts
Vanessa P. Root
Jessica M. Rosenbach
Rebecca M. Sasser
Brady Finn Schuhmann
Amanda L. Schultz
Isaac L. Scott
Hailee Selley
Ocean J. Sharp
Richard Sibert
Kristen Renee Simmons
Monica M. Slonaker
Brittany Brianne Small
Jeri L. Smith
Matthew A. Stalter
Lenora Stanford
Brock Wilson Stepler
David Dakota Stewart
Cheyenne Alexandria Stokes
Steven E. Stollings
Josh G. Sturgell
Kyle Allen Cox Surpas
Beth Ann Sutton
Ashley Nicole Swing
Dale Aldon Swingley
Efren Tapia Alfaro
Anthony Noalus Templin
Ashley N. Tooley
Christi Ann Trees
Shannon I. Turley
Danny M. Turner
Melinda Jane Ulz
Nicole Rae Unger
Parker Hayes Vanmeter
Breannah Renee Vogel
Amanda Lynn Walden
Shealee Marie Walker
Tara Alexanderia Walker
Stephanie L. Wallace
Melanie Walsh
Samantha Morgan Ward
Lakendra Renae Washington
Kaitlynne Melissa Watanabe
Alek Robert Weir
Bridgette O. Welsh
Garrett Wiley
Alexandria D. Williams
Justice Williams
Samuel Williams
Destanee Wisehart
Brianna Cae Woody
Dresden Wright
Alexandra Breanne Young
Keyerstyn Leanna Young
Heather R. Youngman
Gavin Brock Bugher
Larissa Hancock
Seth Allan Handy
Kaylee L. James
Derek Wanye Larimore
Nolan Reid Leisure
Hailey Jaide Miller
Adam Moore
Kati D. Morris
Jacob Ryan Polk
Jennifer M. Shue
Bradford Kirk Smith

Huntington County
La Fontaine
Daniel John Murgaw

Jay County
Mathieu Householder

Kosciusko County
Malika A. Wood
Jessica C. Gordon
Winona Lake
Tiffani M. Patterson

Lake County
Crown Point
Caroline Kruit
Autumn Jane Lolkema
Stephanie Marie Husek

Madison County
Aaron M. Hall
Ethan Sebastian Purkey
Brooke L. Beeman
Jake Steven Ebert
Christopher Kane Shane Gordon
Zakari Hoover
Jason Dean Peters

Marion County
Natasha M. Askren
Brett J. Burke
Tiquita R. Bush
Christopher Crump
Shea N. Leonard
Dawn D. McGill
Olamigoke David Omotayo
Adam J. Patrick
Sadio Sow
Theodore John Walters
Kaitlyn Leigh Wolfe

Marshall County
Tiffany Glover

Miami County
Thomas Lane
Courtney Frazier
Chloe Elizabeth Herschberger
Michael R. Page
Madison Rene Turner
Samantha Taylor Zak
Bunker Hill
Tina M. Black
Ashton M. Floyd
Catherine M. Fritz
Chloe Herschberger
Logan David Schultz
Kaitlin Elizabeth Stapleton
Wayde Thomas Willson
Kayla Rene Brownlee
Bailey Michelle Keim
Kristy Prather
Jocelynn Marie Samuel
Joshua David Clark
Gavin Andrew Dyson
Julie Denise Dyson
Abigail Lynn Schwieso
Jessa Jean Wilhelm
Brianna Nicole Leigh MacDonald
Amanda L. Rairigh
Shaina Brianne Lancaster
Brandi J. Abbott
Addison Daelyn Ansari
Sofia Babcock
Blake Edward Barnes
Michael Ryan Barnhill
Natasha Ann Bishop
Jody L. Bowsher
Madison R. Breedlove
Diana Linn Brehmer
Ashley Bretzman
Ryan Neal Brown
Joshua Robert Burris
Kirsten B. Burton
Emily Nicole Campos
Andrew Cange
Danielle Marie Carlson
Michael James Chandler
Gennifer Cogdill
Jason Mark Cornelius
Takita Shunnel Cox
Alexandreya Marie Crook
Courtlynn Reese Crowe
Trevon Jacob Crowe
Bailey James Deniston
Parker Thomas Deniston
Christopher Michael Dicken
Branda J. Dill
Sydney Douglass
Siera R. Dziadosz
Libbey Rae Edwards
Brayden Gregory Endsley
Hailey Elizabeth Ewer
Mary Geesa
Laura Lynn Grimes
Angie Gross
Shaina Beryl Hawkins
Brady Wayne Hiles
Dylan Jacob Hoff
Jessica Honeycutt
Chandler Joseph Hughes
Paul Roger Huneryager
Jonah Huppenthal
Isabella Kayline Ingalsbe
Jillian P. Jacobs
Matthew D. Johnson
Alexandra Anne Jones
Drayton Alan Jones
Hunter Luke Keaton
Robert A. Kieninger
Christina Ann Long
Rachel Alexandra Lopez
Daunte Matthew Majors
Rebecca Massey
Lynae Mast
Benjamin Daniel McCain
Kaylen Marie McKinney
Allison Marie Minns
Bryce Eliat James Moeller
Maxwell Robert Moore
Tiffany Marie Morecraft
Korlond Deon Morgan
Nathanial Jacob Morgan
Kayla Ann Nance
Aaron J. Offenberger
Medora Leigh Oliver
Ruby E. Patton
Robert R. Peterson
Mary B. Phillips
Kira Ann Pierson
Blake Howard Pond
Jesse Powell
Bridget R. Prather
Nathan Anthony Ramirez
Andrea Raymer
Rachel Ann Richter
Hannah Marie Scott
Richard Gene Scott
Logan P. Sparks
Kimberly A. Stason
Elizabeth A. Stedwell
Alexander Matthew Stevens
Faylena Marie Stout
Isaac Wyane Stout
Anthony Ryan Strohecker
Tyllah Richelle Thoden
Summer Lynn Nicole Thomlison
Lavonna Troyer
Zachery Ryan Truex
Victoria Michelle Tyson
Courtney Rae Waldmann
James Alan Walsh
Elsie Walters
Julia May Weeks
Samantha Kay Weidner
Karrisa Lynn West
Maxine Annie White
Brittany Nicole Wicker
Ryan J. Wilke
Tabatha M. Williams-Janssen
Brent A. Wilson
Cooper Christopher Wolfe
Stephen Floyd Wolfe
Melissa Marie Holstein
Jacqueline Sites

Monroe County
Faith Mysak

Montgomery County
Jennifer Gillock

Noble County
Carlos Omar lbarra Leura

Pulaski County
Wendy Deanne Widner
Star City
Jenna Marie Allen
Jacob Donn Bentle
Blaine Compton
Alexis M. Stoner
Caleb Sean Bucinski
Richel M. Fox
Adrian Huizar
Melissa Pearl Johnson
Kelly Jean Kilgore
Ashley C. Miller
Corbin Michael Scheffer
Sydney Carol Ann Tripenfeldas
Ashton Bryan Vancoutren
Bailey Jaye Zarse

Tippecanoe County
Nicole Denise Anthrop
Kindred P. Crone
David Mark Eccles
John Tyler Hiatt
Sarah Elizabeth Ogborn
Melissa A. Schmidt
Candace Eyoela Smith
Sydney Marie Stevens
John Charles Valverde
Stephanie Marie Watson
West Lafayette
Zachary James Anderson
Travis Michael Fetter

Tipton County
Hunter Michael Bryant
Taylor Dawnn McPhearson
Autumn Kincaid
Mason Nicholas Godfrey
Andrew K. Bilby
Angela Dobbs
James Robert Dotterer III
Keegan Matthew Duncan
Skyler Eads
Christopher S. Freeman
Kelly Kent
Brittany Leann Thurman
Hailey Aniston Wolfe
Brittany Christine Bodge
Angelina Cremoni Phelps
Abigail Harly Garmon
Cole Ray Henderson
Jared Christopher Hickman
Mallory Ray Johnson
Hope Marie McElfresh
Alyson Colby Nunemacher
Luis Fernando Pedro Cortez
Lesley Ann Ross
Megan Leann Silvers
Gabe August Smith-Purvis
Becky Renae Spencer
Tanner Michael Tatman
Harley Taylor
Judy L. Vanneste
Stephen J. Vanneste
Brittany Ann Blackwood
Jossie Marie Helmerick
Fredy Alexis Rodriguez

Wabash County
La Fontaine
Kristee M. Creech
Michael Joseph Benge
Dulcey L. Brooks
Matthew J. Vinopal
Katerina Lynn Baucco
BreeAnna A. Bell
Stormy N. Combs
Kyle Duana Copeland
Jeana Dale Friedersdorf
Mikaela Elizabeth Gardner
Bradley Edward Guyer
Robert James Hashbarger
Shane Matthew Kline
Dana Denise Nelson
Tiffany Joann Rayburn
Jeffrey Allen Ritter
Victoria Lynn Snyder
Russell A. Waldon

White County
Denise Marie Mann
Amanda Ranae Browning
Jerica Weaver
Kasha Danielle Kearney
Chandra R. Meyer
Christen L. Oliver
Elijah Jay Roberts
Emily K. Serna

Colorado, Arapahoe County
Mariah Kay Burgess

Alabama, Dale County
Midland City
Landon Scena-Bolan



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