WORCESTER, Mass. — Two Waterville students were named to the 2015 fall semester dean’s list at Becker College.

They are Alexander Munro and Samantha Munro, both of Waterville.

The dean’s list recognizes all full-time students (24 or more credit hours earned for the academic year; 12 minimum each semester September through May) whose term grade-point average is 3.50 or higher with no grade below a B- and no incomplete (I) or withdrawal/failing (WF) grades.

Becker College is ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the best 380 colleges in the United States. With a 95 percent placement rate for its graduates for employment or further study, Becker serves more than 2,100 students from across the country and around the world. Becker offers a wide range of quality degree programs from nursing to veterinary science, and a variety of adult learning options that prepare graduates for the challenges and entrepreneurial opportunities of the 21st century. Becker’s undergraduate video game design program has been top-ranked by The Princeton Review for six consecutive years it is the only institution on the East Coast, and one of four worldwide, to maintain this longstanding distinction. In 2011, Becker was designated by state officials as host of the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (MassDiGI). Becker is also ranked first among private undergraduate nursing programs in Massachusetts, with first-time NCLEX-RN pass rates among Becker graduates consistently exceeding state and national rates. Fifty-four percent of Becker students are enrolled in STEM-based programs of study. With campuses in Worcester and Leicester, Mass., Becker College traces its history from the union of two Massachusetts educational institutions one founded in 1784 and the other in 1887 and has more than 18,000 alumni worldwide.

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