Three Dominicans excel at Monroe College in New York.

Monroe College graduates (l-r) Aldia Titre, Lynise Laronde and Andy Joseph

Three Dominican students recently graduated with Highest Honors (Summa Cum Laude) at the commencement ceremony of the Monroe College held at the Iconic Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan, New York. Lynise Laronde, Andy Joseph and Aldia Titre are among the top performers at the Monroe College.

Each pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management as follows:

Lynise Laronde – Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management

Lynise graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA and received the top Outstanding Academic Achievement award in Business Management in the faculty of Business & Accounting among hundreds of students from 34 different countries. She was also the recipient of the President’s list award for each semester during her tenure at the institution. Additionally, she was inducted in the Delta Mu Delta honors society.

Andy Joseph – Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a Minor in Marketing

 Andy graduated with an impressive 3.8 Grade Point Average (GPA) or better and was recognized for his outstanding academic achievement award in Business Management. Moreover, he too was the recipient of several President’s honor awards.

Aldia Titre – Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a Minor in Finance

Aldia graduated with a spectacular 3.8 Grade Point Average (GPA) or better and he was also recognized for his high academic achievements in Business Management. Aldia has been honored on the President’s list for (4) consecutive semesters.

The three aspire to continue their studies. Lynise Laronde has been accepted and is set to begin her Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a focus in Finance in September of 2019 while Andy Joseph will be pursuing a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.

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8 Comments

  1. Breathe
    June 18, 2019

    Congrats, congrats, congrats

  2. June 18, 2019

    Congratulations to All of you. Why people cannot just encourage and inspire, instead of discouraging and setting fire. We need to build up each other, and not try to burn down each other.

  3. pal_lott
    June 17, 2019

    ALu thinking is UWI that there? Monroe College is the largest high school in New York…. :-P

    • Blessed
      June 18, 2019

      Pal_Lott if you can’t congratulate the young people on their achievements just shut up. Monroe is an accredited school that offers certification, bachelor and masters programs. We hope you have high diploma

      • Blessed
        June 18, 2019

        High school diploma*

  4. pal-lotte
    June 17, 2019

    Monroe College is the largest ‘high school’ in New York ( You all thinking is UWI :-P )

    • Blessed
      June 18, 2019

      Then you should go to that school for your high school education

  5. Child of Itassi
    June 17, 2019

    Congratulations to you all!!

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