Ten Local Students Named to Dean's List at Nichols College

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DUDLEY, MA - Many hard-working students at Nichols College in Dudley, Mass., have achieved Dean's List or President's List honors during the fall 2019 semester. The following local students received academic honors from Nichols College:

  • Ashleigh Tolley of Marstons Mills, MA
  • Carlee Tolley of South Chatham, MA
  • Kyle Striffler of Teaticket, MA
  • Owen Smith of East Falmouth, MA
  • Hailey Meader of Vineyard Haven, MA
  • Cailin Kaski of Mashpee, MA
  • Chad Hunt of Teaticket, MA
  • Alexa Horton of Mashpee, MA
  • Zeandre Hines of Dennis, MA
  • Caroline Elliott of Sagamore Beach, MA

The Dean's List and President's List give recognition to those students who achieve high grades during a single semester. In order to be included on the Dean's List, a student must have a minimum average of 3.5 for at least 12 undergraduate credit-hours and must have received no grades below B- during the semester. Students whose semester average is 3.85 or higher for at least 12 undergraduate credit-hours and no grades below B- will receive President's List honors.

About Nichols College

Nichols College is a college of choice for business and leadership education as a result of its distinctive career-focused and leadership-based approaches to learning, both in and out of the classroom, and through impactful research and professional education. Students thrive in a learning and living environment that is supported by an experiential business curriculum and a strong liberal arts foundation aimed at transforming them into tomorrow's leaders. Nichols also offers master's degrees in business, leadership, accounting, and counterterrorism, as well as a range of certificate programs, to promote career advancement for today's professionals.

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