STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Nicole Dunnett Named To Dean’s List At MCPHS

The below announcement is from MCPHS:

BOSTON, MA — The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science University is pleased to announce that Nicole Dunnett been named to the Dean’s List for the Summer 2020 Semester.

Nicole is a native of Wilmington and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degre in the Post-Baccalaureate Bachelor of Science in Nursing academic program. Nicole will graduate from the Boston campus in 2020.

The Dean’s List recognizes those students with a full-time course load who have achieved outstanding scholarship with a 3.5 GPA or higher for the academic term.

About MCPHS

The mission of MCPHS University is to prepare students for successful careers in healthcare through excellence in teaching, scholarship, research, professional service, and community engagement.

Found in 1823, MCPHS University is the oldest institution of higher education in the City of Boston. In addition to the original Boston campus, the University has branch campuses in Worcester, Massachusetts and Manchester, New Hampshire, as well as robust online learning options.

The University currently offers more than 100 unique baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degree programs and certificates covering a variety of health-related fields and professions.

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