Middlesex Community College Announces Dean’s List & Merit List for 2017 Fall Semester

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Middlesex Community College has released its 2017 Fall Semester Dean’s List and Merit List. The Dean’s List and Merit List are published for the fall and spring semesters.

Dean’s List

Bedford students on the Dean’s List include Alicia A. Butler, Janelle E. Deneau, Brian E. Engholm, Joseph J. Ivers, Sarah D. Kiel, Robert L. Liang, Jonathan A. McCabe, Matthew C. Oslan, Steven Oslan, Paris L. Stone, Madison E. Wiggins, Tanya R. Wiley

To be acknowledged on the MCC Dean’s List, students must be enrolled in 12 credit hours or more, and earn a 3.20 grade point average (GPA) or higher without “D, F, I” or “IP” grades. The notation is made on the permanent record of each student named.

Merit List

Bedford students on the Merit List include Angham A. Al qaysi, Skylar H. Aldrich, Nicole Antonoff, Julie-Ann Burdge, Victoria Casey, Danna Y. Colon, George P. Grant, Ariella D. Hensen, Wilnie Jean, William J. Kahaiyan, Mory Keo, Sharon M. Kiel, Shannon E. Leonard, Hailey Litchfield, Jacob  M. Myers, David Roos, Adrienne M. Silver, Holly C. Stygles, Jarrod Sullivan, Matthew Sullivan, Shwarya Viboonlarp, Cory E. Wilson, and Xuexia Zhou.

To be acknowledged on the MCC Merit List, students must be enrolled in at least six, but less than 12, credit hours, and earn a 3.20 grade point average (GPA) or higher without “D, F, I” or “IP” grades. The notation is made on the permanent record of each student named.

Developmental education course credit will not be calculated in determining total semester hour credit for Dean’s List or Merit List eligibility.  To view MCC’s entire 2017 Fall Semester Dean’s List and Merit List, visit: https://www.middlesex.mass.edu/studentinformationcenter  To learn more, or for questions about the Middlesex Community College Dean’s List or Merit List, please contact MCC Registrar Daniel Moynihan at moynihand@middlesex.mass.edu

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