Tunxis Dean’s List Announced

Tunxis@Bristol located at 430 North Main Street.

Tunxis Community College has announced the names of those students who have qualified for the Dean’s List for the Fall 2017 semester.

Students matriculated in a certificate or degree program who have earned a semester grade point average of 3.4 or higher and have successfully completed 12 or more credits, or have earned 12 credits cumulatively over multiple semesters, are eligible for this academic honor.

Tunxis offers over 50 associate degrees and certificates, providing skills that prepare students for transfer to bachelor’s degree programs and employment.

Dean’s List of Bristol Students

Jacob Adam

Papa Kojo Affainie

Kathleen Allen

Chelsea Almori

Courtney Anderson

Gabrielle Arel

Natalie Barnes

Alexandra Bedell

Sydney Benoit

Elizabeth Bergin

Monique Blasiak

Tyler Brown

Lisa Calderoni

Morgan Carlson

Thomas Clark

Mashalles Colon

Leslie Coughtry

Heidi Dempsey

Giovanni Diaz

Bryant Dumais

Nhat-Trung Duong

Sarah Gagne

Kailee Garcia

Cherish Gentle

Spencer Gilgosky

Abigail Gionfriddo

Jon Girard

Jesse Gutaukas

Stephen Hall

Juanita Harris

Michele Hernandez

Jessica Horvath

Truc Huynh

Rachal Isdanavich

John Kachidurian

Rebecca Krauss

David Krynicki

Kimberlyann Lamoureux

Katarzyna Leja

Nicholas Lori

Heidi Lucey

Nahir Maldonado

Kimberly Martin

Karleigh Mastrianna

Nathan McCooty

Alexander Michaud

Stephanie Michaud

Shannon Michelson

Myranda Morneault

Alex Morrissey

Afkar Mubarak

Tram Nguyen

Christian Nugra

Peter O’Dell

Amber Ouellette

Kerri Panico

Kelsea Paradis

Arielle Pease

Michael Pelletier

Katarzyna Plewa

Ashley Portes

Melanie Rahuba

Taylor Rehmer

Luis Rivera

Alexandra Rodriguez

Subro Roy

Eric Sandstrom

Jasmine Scott

Shtjefen Shtjefni

Samantha Stewart

Calista Subocz

Joseph Taillon

Shanon Taunton

Catherine Thai

Patrick Tiscia

Zachary Ward

Seth Welch

Alexa Zammett

Yvonne Zettervall

Vita Zill



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