These first year students join a distinguished group of 75,000+ Lehigh University alumni. Welcome to Lehigh!
Katharine Keane and Emily Weston of Forest Hills and Christian Cabrera of Woodhaven.
The following students are members of the Colgate University bicentennial Class of 2019.
Joel Henriquez of Forest Hills, a graduate of The Packer Collegiate Institute and Xiaohan Li of Forest Hills, a graduate of Stuyvesant High School
SUNY Oswego has awarded Presidential Scholarships to a select group of students who are starting at the college in fall 2015.
The scholarships are $18,800 over four years for students residing on campus. Off-campus Presidential Scholarships are $2,350 a year. For non-New York state students, the total award can increase to as much as $50,800 in combination with a Destination Oswego scholarship.
First-year students who have completed the strongest academic programs with the highest grade averages and standardized test scores are invited to become Presidential Scholars.
Area students include:
Tiffany Baez of Arverne, majoring in creative writing. She last studied at Scholars Academy.
Rhianna R. Hopkins of Kew Gardens, majoring in broadcasting and mass communication. She last studied at F. H. Laguardia High School of Music.
The following students have earned the Dean’s Award for academic excellence at Colgate University. This recognition is awarded to students with a 3.30 or higher term average.
Yvonne Morel, Class of 2016, of Ozone Park, a graduate of Nightingale-Bamford School. Gisselle Perez-Leon, Class of 2015, of Kew Gardens, a graduate of The Dalton School
Morgan Louw, 16, of Rockaway Park, started college at Bard College at Simon’s Rock: in Great Barrington, Mass. after completing her sophomore year at Scholars Academy.
Dominick Borrelli, a resident of Rockaway Park, was honored for academic achievement by being named to the Dean’s List at Delaware Valley University for the Spring 2015 semester.
Teneisha Outlaw of Rockaway Beach, will be attending Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. this fall.
Fayoni Olusesi of Jamaica, a member of the Pomfret School class of 2017, has earned high honor roll distinction at Pomfret School for the 2015 spring term. A student earns high honors with a grade point average of at least 3.5 and no grade below a B-.
Loren Collado of Jamaica, a member of the Union College Class of 2017, majoring in Neuroscience, made the Dean’s List for the Spring 2015 semester. Students with at least a 3.50 grade point average were honored with the academic achievement.
Buffalo State is pleased to congratulate the following students who completed their baccalaureate degrees in spring 2015.
Breana Banks of Jamaica earned a B.S. in fashion and textile technology Simone Dawson of Springfield Gardens earned a B.S. in business administration; Racquel Hazlewood of Queens Village earned a B.S. in electrical engineering technology; Elizabeth Johnson of Jamaica earned a B.A. in biology; Solomon Johnson of Cambria Heights earned a B.A. in political science; Mickayla Mc Gee of Jamaica earned a B.S. in fashion and textile technology; Felesha Miller of Cambria Heights earned a B.A. in sociology; Yasmine Payton of Saint Albans earned a B.A. in public communication; Serenity Smith of Laurelton earned a B.A. in political science and Tracey Tong of Jamaica earned a B.S. in fashion and textile technology.
The following area students recently attended freshman orientation at the University at Albany and are planning to attend.
Alisya Arnoux-Beecher, Kirstin Borrel, Christien Braithwaite, Olivia Brow, Natalee Campbell, Marlon Dalton, Rendy Desamours, Mekhi Elliott, Simone Gilbert, Nicholas Harmon, Benta-Sow Nkromah, Mark Anthony Quinn and Reciana Rajkumar of Jamaica
The fall semester began Aug. 26.
The following Berkeley College students received President’s List honors for the Spring 2015 semester:
Andre Johnson of Jamaica, Tracey Hazelwood of Springfield Gardens and Fatima Hall of St. Albans
Victoria Ogundipe, 19, of Laurelton, recently graduated from Bard College at Simon’s Rock with a Bachelor of Arts degree in in Political Studies and African Studies on May 25. Ogundipe attended Bard High School Early College II before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.