January 10, 2022

Washington County, ME—Washington County Community College has released its Dean’s and President’s List for the Fall 2021 semester. The students achieved academic excellence while being enrolled full-time in a program of study. To earn a place on the Dean’s list, students must achieve a grade-point average (GPA) of 3.5 or above. To earn a place on the President’s list, students must achieve a grade-point average (GPA) of 4.0. WCCC faculty and staff celebrate the hard work and academic achievement of these students.

The College offers over 30 associate degree and certificate-level programs, preparing students to either enter the workforce immediately upon graduation or to transfer to a four-year college or university. WCCC is one of seven colleges in the Maine Community College System.

Please see the list below for the names of students in your area.


Dean’s List (3.5 GPA or Above)

Augusta:  John Clark

Baileyville: Hunter Costello, Acacia Emery

Brookton: Owen Patoine

Brownville: Diana Demers

Calais: Gokmen Guven, Jill Hayman, Taylor Leblanc, Madyson Parks, Elizabeth Scott

Charleston: Ricky Higgins

East Machias: Anderson Currier, Brandon Jones, Kevin Jones

Franklin: Billie Warren

Fryeburg: Jarrett Ensor

Gardiner: Jonathon Reynolds

Gray: Samuel Anketell

Greenville Junction: Connor Kronholm

Hollis: Jacob Marean

Jefferson: Nathan Crossley

Machias: Brandon Hooper, Leighann Preston, Tanner Rolfe, Ryan Weaver

Northfield: Lukas McDonald

Oxford: Kyle Richardson

Pembroke: Mason Ritchie

Perry: Jacob Mumme

Princeton: Erica Allen, Patrick Francis, Magen Harnois, Robi Socoby

Robbinston: Charles LaRusse

Skowhegan: Jessica Taylor

Windham: Candida DePhilippo, Jessica Hutchins, Nicole Lemay

Wiscasset: Jordan Faulkingham

President’s List (4.0 GPA)

Alexander: Hilary Hundley, Kaitlyn Pratt

Bangor: Nicholas Boulette

Calais: Harley Sanford

Hermon: Ruth Doherty

Machias: Elisabeth Ackerman, Caleb Hanscom

Newburgh: Alexis Lamb

Perry: Ashli Ramsdell

Robbinston: Trey Antone, Elizabeth Churchill