Alyanna Flynn, a Chelmsford resident, was recently recognized for excellent academic performance this past semester at Wheelock College and placed on the Dean’s List.
Flynn joins Wheelock College’s growing student body on the Dean’s List, a universal acknowledgement within the academic arena as a symbol of high achievement. 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.
“I am extremely proud of Wheelock’s 2013 Dean’s List academics. By achieving strong scholastic standing, these students are representing the educational values instilled at Wheelock,” noted Jackie Jenkins-Scott, President of Wheelock College. “I am confident these exceptional students will go on to pursue successful careers and endeavors and make a difference in the life of families and children across the globe.”
Wheelock College is a four-year, private, coeducational college with key focuses on social work, early childhood education and public policy. As a private college with a public mission, Wheelock strives to be the premier college educating people to create a safe, caring, and just world for children and families for the past 125 years. Wheelock College provides opportunities for students to achieve academic success and to go on to inspire a world of good.