Area Students Receive Academic Recognition at Manchester Community College

Congratulations to the Broad Brook, East Windsor and Windsor Locks residents making the academic lists.


Manchester Community College is pleased to announce the following students received recognition for academic excellence during the Spring 2012 semester.
The Full-Time President’s List recognizes the exceptional scholarship of students who earn a 4.0 or “A” grade point average in their courses. Full-time students who have completed a least 12 credits for the semester with no withdrawals or incomplete grades in the semester are eligible for this honor.
After a part-time student has accumulated 12 credits at MCC, that student may be considered for the Part-Time President’s List. Part-time students who have earned a 4.0 GPA with no withdrawals or incompletes in the semester are eligible for the Part-Time President’s List.
Students enrolled in three credits or more and who have earned a GPA of 3.4 are eligible for the Dean’s List. The student can have no withdrawals or incomplete grades during that semester.

Broad Brook

Part-Time President’s List

Dean R. Vertefeuille

Dean's List

Lisa L. Greenblatt
Connor W. Griffin
John D. Ivanisin
Jacob R. Kocum
Patricia Nelson
Scott R. Provost
Alexander J. Styran
Mariah J. Thomas
Douglas P. Titus

East Windsor

Part-Time President’s List

Jill M. Freisinger
Susan J. Gabelmann
Lisa D. Perkins
Katrina L. Rudolph

Dean's List

Bruce P. Bloking
Kelli L. Connors
Jessica A. Neff
Ekaterini Nikolaou
Peter O'Meara
Krista L. Saunders
Lisa A. Sherman

Windsor Locks

Full-Time President’s List

Denise C. Stewkesbury

Part-Time President’s List

Brendan H. Bowidas
Carol J. Burrows
Amelia K. Delaire
Jenifer A. LaRussa
Jordan Nowik
Sara E. Rogers

Dean's List

Amr J. Abualrub
Janet M. Aldrich
David T. Allen
Jayne L. Blanchette
Olivia N. Brazalovich
Emily Burke
Emily R. Cahill
Stephanie M. Gaudette
Ralph E. Gaudette
Saima K. Khan
Charles D. McKeon
Karlene P. Phillips
Antoine D. Pritchard
Abmyrsa Saez
Justin B. Wentworth
Erin A. Wilson


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