Hott named Outstanding Student at Potomac State
Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently recognized Petersburg resident, Brooke Hott, with the Outstanding Student of the Year Award for 2016 during Recognition Day at the College.
Hott, a criminal justice major, has been named to the President’s List for all semesters that she’s attended Potomac State. In addition to being a PROMISE Scholar, she has excelled in the
Potomac State College of West Virginia University President Leonard Colelli presented the “E. William Noland Outstanding Student” Award for 2016 to Brooke Hott, a criminal justice major from Petersburg.
Criminal Justice Program (CJ) which is reflected in her 4.0 GPA.
Other accolades that contributed to her being chosen include: being appointed to serve as a Frasure-Singleton Intern for the Spring 2016 session of the West Virginia Legislature where she received hands-on experience by participating in and observing the state legislative process for one week during the regular legislative session; representing the College as a competitor with the West Virginia Criminal Justice Education Association; and serving as a student representative on the Student Conduct Board at the College.
Hott also served as a member of the Criminal Justice Club, the Ag and Forestry Club and the National Wild Turkey Federation Club.
In addition to being recognized as a student scholar with the inscription of her name on the Duke Anthony Whitmore/Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Academic Achievement Wall, Hott also earned her associate of applied science degree in CJ this spring and plans to continue her education at Potomac State pursuing a bachelor of applied science degree in CJ.
Furthermore, she works at Hott Insurance and Financial Services and Hott Disposal Services, both of which are located in Petersburg, and is active in the North Fork 4-H Club and the Grove Street United Methodist Church as well.