Bronx Resident On Dean’s List

Published on April 01, 2010, 2:35 pm
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Ashley Massiah, a resident of Bronx, has been named to the Wheelock College Dean’s List.

The Dean’s List recognizes academic achievement for undergraduate students during the academic term. A student is eligible when he or she earns a minimum semester grade-point average of 3.8 (on a 4.0 scale); successfully completes a minimum of twelve credit hours during the semester which are graded on a ‘letter grade’ basis, and does not carry any Incomplete grades (‘I’) or Failing grades (‘F’) for the semester at the time the Dean’s List is determined.

“At Wheelock, our goal is to prepare our students to make a difference in the lives of children and families. Achieving Dean’s List status is a key step along the road to professional success. A total of 109 students attained this goal for the fall semester – a record number of students. We are very proud of all of them,” said Wheelock College vice president for Academic Affairs, Dr. Julie Wollman.

Founded in 1888 and located in Boston, Mass., Wheelock College is a private institution with the public mission of improving the quality of life for children and families. The College fulfills this mission by providing a strong education in the arts and sciences and in its professional fields – child and family studies, social work, and education – for which its undergraduate and graduate programs are nationally and internationally recognized. Throughout its academic programs and student experience, the College reflects the multicultural dimensions of the countries in which it operates and fosters diverse learning communities – all of which contributes to the success, leadership, and impact that its graduates enjoy in a wide variety of careers. For more information visit

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