Framingham student trio on Rochester Institute of Technology’s Dean’s List
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK – The following local residents have been named to Rochester Institute of Technology’s Dean’s List for the Spring 2022 semester:
Matthew Favazza from Framingham, who is in the computer science program.
Brandon Rothstein of Framingham, who is part of the publicity and public relations program.
Lauren Casale of Framingham, who participates in the New Media Interactive Development Program.
Full-time degree-seeking undergraduates are eligible for Dean’s List if their GPA is 3,400 or greater; they do not have “Incomplete”, “D” or “F” grades; and they have registered and completed at least 12 credit hours.
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