(North Canton, OH – May 11, 2012) – Stark State College student Trinity Hinton was named to the All-Ohio Community College Academic Team, receiving first-team honors, while fellow SSC student Donald Tatum earned second-team honors. The duo was feted recently along with 50 others recognized as the state’s best two-year community and technical college students.
Hinton, of Canton, is a computer programming and database design major. She is a member of the academic honorary Phi Theta Kappa and the Association of Information Technology Professionalsstudent chapter.
Tatum is working toward an associate degree in business management. The Canton resident is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and completed the Student Leadership Academy.
Both students received a scholarship along with a certificate and medallion.
The All-Ohio Community College Academic Team provides statewide recognition to outstanding two-year college students and opportunities for cash scholarships. Students, nominated by their college, must have a minimum 3.25 cumulative grade point average. Selections are based on academic performance, demonstration of leadership and community service involvement. The program is sponsored by the Ohio Association of Community Colleges, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
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