Local students make Chancellor's List at UMass Dartmouth

More of our area's high-achievers

UMass Dartmouth students are named to the Chancellor's List in recognition of earning a Spring 2017 semester grade point average of 3.8 or higher of a possible 4.0:

UMass Dartmouth is a 9,500-student, 45,000-alumni campus that prides itself in connecting student learning to discovery and civic engagement, preparing graduates to shape the social and economic fabric of their communities.

  • Bourne: Connor McAnaugh
  • Brewster: Juan Rios
  • Centerville: Chelsea Chappelle
  • Dennis Port: Jacqueline Hall
  • Dennis Port: Jodyann Munroe
  • E Falmouth: Nicholas Scharr
  • East Falmouth: Mae Hartford
  • East Falmouth: Rose Mase
  • East Falmouth: Lauren Medeiros
  • East Sandwich: Reisa Hines
  • East Wareham: Victoria Nord
  • Eastham: Nathan Garran
  • Harwich: Austin Leclair
  • Harwich: Juliette Locke
  • Harwich: Matthew McNeil
  • Harwich Port: Cameron Drew
  • Hyannis: Usman Afzal
  • Hyannis: Jingyue Chen
  • Marstons Mills: Madison Dube-Adams
  • Mashpee: Jason Demers
  • Mashpee: John Lynch
  • Mashpee: Crystal Morin
  • Mashpee: Alyssa Signs
  • Nantucket: Sage Geddes
  • Nantucket: Zoe Loughery
  • Sandwich: Maryanne Chalke
  • Sandwich: Shannon Crocker
  • South Dennis: Rebecca Godbout
  • South Dennis: Liana Kelly
  • South Yarmouth: Nicholas Heaney
  • Vineyard Haven: Destiny De La Rosa
  • Vineyard Haven: Christopher Maciel
  • Wareham: Jamie McCann
  • Wareham: Meghan Silvia
  • Wareham: Ariel St. Germaine
  • Wareham: Allyson Wade
  • West Wareham: Maire Foley
  • West Wareham: Liam McIntyre
  • West Wareham: Nicole Nault

UMass Dartmouth is a 9,500-student, 45,000-alumni campus that prides itself in connecting student learning to discovery and civic engagement, preparing graduates to shape the social and economic fabric of their communities.


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