students earn dean’s list honor at Alfred State

students earn dean’s list honor at Alfred State

       ALFRED, NY, January 18, 2024 – The fall 2023 Dean’s List features 996 Alfred State College students. To be named to the Dean’s List, students had to take a minimum of 12 credit hours of course work and earn a minimum 3.5 grade point average (GPA) out of a possible 4.0.

Twelve students from Dutchess County were named to the 2023 fall dean’s List.

Jadalyn Arnold: Forensic Science Technology: Arlington Senior High School
Matthew Burris: Heavy Equipment Truck & Diesel Technician: Pawling High School
Andrew Clegg: Heavy Equipment Operations: Rhinebeck Central School
Otto Croshier: Radiologic Technology: Our Lady Of Lourdes High Sch
Tyson DeStefano: Welding Technology: Dover Jr Sr High School
Allison Eckert: Digital Media and Animation: Arlington Senior High School
Carlos Francisco Cruz: Interior Design: Arlington Senior High School
Oris Jenkins: Healthcare Management: Peekskill High School
Amelia Klotz: Criminal Justice: F D Roosevelt High School
Nathan Lanzarotta: Welding Technology: Carmel High School
Timothy Schmitt: Digital Media and Animation: Spackenkill High School
Courtland Thomas: Building Trades-Building Construction: Spackenkill High School

Vice President for Academic Affairs Carrie Cokely, PhD is pleased to celebrate this success. “Congratulations to these students that put in the time and effort to achieve this honor. Your hard work in the classrooms and labs has paid off. I encourage you to keep up the great work.”

The complete dean’s list is available online at

An Alfred State degree gets results!At Alfred State College, hands-on experience leads to career success. An emphasis on applied learning enables students to reach goals and develop the skills needed to thrive at in-demand jobs. With over 80 majors, over 90 clubs and civic groups, and 20 NCAA Division III sports, Alfred State prepares students to become leaders, achievers, and Pioneers who are ready to Hit the Ground Running …

Author: Harlem Valley News