June 4, 2008 > Fremont and Newark students make Dean's List
Fremont and Newark students make Dean's List
Submitted By Johnson & Wales University, Office of Communications and Media Relations
Esther Henderson, of Fremont, and Nicole Franel, of Newark have been named to the Dean's List for the 2008 Winter term at Johnson & Wales University. To receive Dean's List commendation, students must earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.40 or above.
Esther Henderson is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Sports Entertainment Event Management from the Hospitality College at the Denver, Colorado, campus.
Nicole Franel is pursuing an associate degree in Hotel Management from the Hospitality College at the Providence, Rhode Island, campus.
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