Local residents were recently recognized for achieving academic distinction during the University of Massachusetts Lowell’s Fall 2012 semester.
To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must have completed at least 12 graded credits for the semester, have at least a 3.25 grade point average with no grade lower than C and may not have any incompletes.
Local students named to the Dean’s List are:
Eric Claflin of Attleboro, majoring in business administration
Jenna Costa of Attleboro, majoring in business administration
Ryan Cronin of Attleboro, majoring in business administration
Kellie Fokin of Attleboro, majoring in exercise physiology
Meghan Hathaway of Attleboro, majoring in nursing
Alec Jenne of Attleboro, majoring in criminal justice
Matthew Whittingham of Attleboro, majoring in business administration
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