|Jayden McNair – 2022
Few actors inspire the entire cast like Jayden McNair. He shows up, shows out and never wants the spotlight. Jayden is involved in just about every scene on campus. He is a student ambassador, assists in student recruitment, campus activities and workshops, and is a star representative for ASU Mid-South. He’s a current Information Technology intern and will graduate and assume the position of Network Administrator for our IT department in January. You make us all proud, Jayden!
|Luke Reece – 2021
Best ‘Up and Coming Performer’ award goes to Luke Reece! He’s been praised as an amazing
student and an even better human being, with a work ethic that is beyond measure. He goes all in and puts his full effort into everything that he does. A natural leader in school and scouting, Luke is a full-time student and valuable member of our student tutoring support team. Luke is our Academic All-Star, but he is truly a Rock Star!
|Ann Williams – 2020
Ann grew up in West Memphis and graduated from West Memphis High School in 1996. She married and began raising a family. She had dreams, but life was busy and the time flew by. Before she knew it, she had a
daughter graduating from high school, and Ann was trying to convince her to go to college. As part of this conversation, Ann decided to go to college herself. Lead by example. In 2018, she enrolled in the Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) program at ASU Mid-South. She completed her certification in 2019, and she was hooked.
|Jennifer Little – 2019|
|Rosalynn Chitman – 2018
Determined to finish her degree and become a teacher. A lifelong native of West Memphis, she didn’t go to college immediately after high school graduation. She began working, got married and had children along the way.
Rosalynn realized after becoming a substitute teacher, that being in a classroom her dream. She enrolled at ASU Mid-South and will graduate in May 2019 with her associate degree. She admits the first few days were a bit nerve-wracking.
|Tiffany Williams – 2017
That was the challenge wrapped in encouragement given to Tiffany Williams, ASU Mid-South’s 2017 Academic All-Star, by her two college-aged daughters when she expressed doubts about returning to school. “It was very scary. Just walking in to register was hard and the first week of classes, I was terrified. But the first ice-breaker for me was when I saw my daughter in the hall during that first week. I didn’t want her to be embarrassed that she was going to college with her mother. So I was going to turn and go a different way. But she yelled ‘Hey, Mom. Come meet my friends!’