27 locals make Chancellor's List at UMass Dartmouth

Another impressive showing by our locals at UMass Dartmouth

UMass Dartmouth students are named to the Chancellor's List in recognition of earning a Fall 2016 semester grade point average of 3.8 or higher of a possible 4.0:

  • Juan Rios of Brewster (02631)
  • Arianna Booras of Centerville (02632)
  • Chelsea Chappelle of Centerville (02632)
  • Mae Hartford of East Falmouth (02536)
  • Rose Mase of East Falmouth (02536)
  • Kevin Montambault of Edgartown (02539)
  • Emma Vitacco of Forestdale (02644)
  • Cheyenne Gingras of Harwich (02645)
  • Austin Leclair of Harwich (02645)
  • Cameron Drew of Harwich Port (02646)
  • Misty Harris of Harwich Port (02646)
  • Usman Afzal of Hyannis (02601)
  • Jingyue Chen of Hyannis (02601)
  • Madison Dube-Adams of Marstons Mills (02648)
  • Kailey Barrows of Mashpee (02649)
  • Alyssa Signs of Mashpee (02649)
  • Zoe Loughery of Nantucket (02554)
  • Meghan Daley of Orleans (02653)
  • Sean Walsh of Osterville (02655)
  • Marc Arbitelle of Sandwich (02563)
  • Devin Welch of sandwich (02653)
  • Shawn Roderick of South Dennis (02660)
  • Nicholas Heaney of South Yarmouth (02664)
  • Mia Sances of Wareham (02532)
  • Meghan Silvia of Wareham (02571)
  • Maire Foley of West Wareham (02576)
  • Liam McIntyre of West Wareham (02576)

UMass Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching and innovative research, and acting as an intellectual catalyst for regional economic, social, and cultural development. UMass Dartmouth's mandate to serve its community is realized through countless partnerships, programs, and other outreach efforts to engage the community, and apply its knowledge to help address local issues and empower others to facilitate change for all.


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