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Three students from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette were honored for having the highest grade point averages during Fall commencement exercises on Dec. 15.

The three were UL Lafayette’s top graduates for the Fall 2007 semester. They include:

• Jessica Ann Oalmann, daughter of Raymond and Peggy Oalmann of Spring, Texas, earned a 4.0 GPA. Oalmann received a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education Mild Moderate (Grades 1-12) from the College of Education.

• Veronica Leigh Siffert, daughter of Robert and Tammy Siffert of Katy, Texas, earned a 4.0 GPA. Siffert received a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Liberal Arts. She majored in criminal justice.

• Josh Byron Miller, son of Don and Tommie Miller of Lafayette, earned a 3.977 GPA. Miller received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the College of Engineering.

Each semester the university recognizes its top graduates during Graduate School commencement exercises in the Cajundome.