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Carrie-Anne Sherwood
Carrie-Anne Sherwood

The National Science Foundation has awarded Southern a five-year, $1.4 million grant designed to bolster science (especially physics and chemistry) and math education in the state’s high-needs school districts.

The funding will support 30 full-tuition scholarships to cover expenses of SCSU students in their final two years provided they plan to teach in a high-needs school district for at least four years after graduation. The NSF designates districts as “high need” based on several criteria, including the percentage of students eligible for free or reduced lunch, as well as teacher attrition rates and certification of teachers in areas they actually teach.

The grant, known as the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program — also covers fees and an $800 stipend to be used for books. Students must meet various eligibility requirements, such as having a GPA of at least 3.0, being a science or math major, and acceptance into the College of Education’s teacher education program.

Carrie-Anne Sherwood, SCSU assistant professor of curriculum and learning and coordinator of secondary science education, is the principal investigator and is coordinating the project. She said the goal is to recruit and train high quality, diverse candidates to go into school districts that often struggle to attract STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) teachers.

“STEM teachers are at a premium these days as many studying in these fields go onto higher paying jobs in private industry,” Sherwood said. “But the state is in need of STEM teachers, especially in many of our urban school districts. This grant is intended to make it more attractive to become a science or math teacher in these districts.”

SCSU is being joined in this project by several partners, including Gateway Community College, as well as the New Haven, Hamden and Meriden school districts. A regional education service center is also assisting in this program.

“We intend to recruit students from the community colleges, especially Gateway,” Sherwood said. “And we hope to place student-teachers in this program in the New Haven, Hamden and Meriden schools, where they would gain valuable experience.”

Stephen Hegedus, dean of the SCSU College of Education, said he is excited about the impact that such an award will have on schools and children in the region.

“This will allow us to recruit and support students into STEM teaching, as well as support them during and after they complete their teacher preparation programs,” Hegedus said.

“I am also very proud that the College of Education, in collaboration with other departments on campus, can accelerate its mission to meet the needs of schools in Connecticut with this competitive funding from the NSF.”

Gateway CEO William Terry Brown looks forward to the project.

“Gateway Community College is excited to partner with SCSU on this critical project to increase the number of qualified STEM teachers for our young people,” Brown said.

“With all the scientific and technological advances and challenges that face us today, we need dedicated, creative teachers more than ever to inspire our children to develop new technologies, develop new solutions and explore the mysteries of our natural world,” Brown said.

Sherwood said recruitment of students will begin in earnest this fall, and that students will begin the program next spring. Additional cohorts of students will be chosen in subsequent years.

(Anyone interested in applying for the program, or who have questions, can contact Carrie-Anne Sherwood at sherwoodc4@southernct.edu or at 203-392-5047.) 


A $500,000 gift establishes the School of Business Endowment for Leadership Development at Southern.

From left: Lindy Lee Gold, president of the Amour Propre Fund, presents a $500,000 ceremonial check to Ellen Durnin, dean emeritus of the School of Business.

Lindy Lee Gold’s commitment to Southern is inspired by a core belief. “Public education is the vehicle for breaking the cycle of poverty,” says Gold, who has dedicated her life, both professionally and personally, to serving the community. In February, a $500,000 gift made through the Amour Propre Fund furthered Gold’s commitment by establishing the School of Business Endowment for Leadership Development at Southern. It is the largest contribution ever made in support of business students at the university.

Gold, who is president of Amour Propre, made the gift to enhance and expand programs offered through the Leadership Center in the School of Business. These include the Women’s Leadership and Mentoring Program and IMPACT Greater New Haven, which places Southern business majors as interns at nonprofit organizations, with the university covering the cost of students’ stipends. Looking forward, the fund will support other leadership initiatives, such as a Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program; a Student Leadership Council, uniting business majors with community and business leaders; and global experience programming.

In recognition of this visionary donation, Southern will establish the Lindy Lee Gold Business Leadership Suite, generously supported by the Amour Propre Fund, within the new planned home for the School of Business. The 60,000-sq. ft. building is slated to open in 2023, with a ground-breaking ceremony set for the spring. Southern hopes to inspire others to contribute to the fund, ultimately raising an endowment of up to $2.5 million to support future leadership programs.

The impact of Gold’s support is far-reaching. More than 1,100 undergraduates and nearly 125 master’s degree candidates are enrolled in the School of Business. In the past 30 years, 8,000 alumni have completed their degrees through the business school — with about 85 percent remaining in Connecticut to live and work after graduation.

The gift also comes at a pivotal time. Southern’s School of Business is in the candidacy stage for initial accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Accreditation is a premier level of distinction held by only five percent of business schools worldwide.

Change for Good

In step with Southern’s commitment to social justice, the School of Business curriculum focuses on sustainability and a commitment to “doing good while doing well.”  The goal: to encourage students to give back to their communities as they become well-rounded professionals.

Gold’s beliefs match this commitment. “Education is a great equalizer,” she says, referencing the importance of early childhood development and the advantage to children who enter preschool knowing thousands of words compared to those who know hundreds. “The same thing happens when you look at social and leadership skills, mentorship, and even family connections,” says Gold, who serves on both the SCSU Foundation Board of Directors and the Business Advisory Council of the School of Business. “When our students graduate, I want to make sure they are on a more level playing field. . . . Education doesn’t just change the career trajectory and life of the person involved. It alters the paradigm for generations to come.”

Gold, one of four sisters, was raised in the Elm City. The family’s home was on Ellsworth Avenue, around the corner from Southern, and Gold attended Hamden Hall Country Day School before enrolling at Emerson College. Both of her parents were prominent attorneys; her father, Marvin Gold, was also a real estate developer. “He did a lot to bring people with low incomes into home ownership,” says Gold of the man who served on numerous community boards, sometimes alongside her.

“It’s in my DNA,” she says of her parents’ commitment to social justice. She recalls a family road trip; the four “Gold girls” and their parents driving from Connecticut to Florida. “In a sedan. Not a wagon. It’s amazing we were still talking to each other at the end,” she jokes of the journey to look at colleges for her eldest sister. Even then, she knew the family’s trek had a deeper meaning. “It was to bear witness to the segregation and the pain. The further we went, the more you saw that hatred, which was not only vetted against Blacks but against Jews as well,” says Gold, who remains active in the Jewish community.

The late Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, who led Congregation Miskan Israel in Hamden until 1986, was also a guiding light. A vocal supporter of civil rights, Rabbi Goldburg was arrested in 1961 alongside Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at a civil rights protest in Georgia — and he welcomed Rev. King and Stokely Carmichael as guest speakers at the synagogue. “Justice was the basic tenet of everything he spoke about or taught. I don’t know any other way,” says Gold of his influence. She also points to a driving Jewish principle as shaping her actions. “It’s called tikkun olam, which means repair your world,” she says.

An early entrepreneur, Gold owned a wholesale and retail travel business in addition to a construction company, all of which she eventually sold. Her second career drew on this business experience — as well as leadership skills honed working with numerous philanthropic organizations, including some she established in New Haven. Since 1998, Gold has worked at the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development. A senior development specialist, she is responsible for business retention, recruitment, development, and expansion, and sits on all work-related boards connected with job training, workforce investment, and education as well.

Gold’s philanthropic leadership efforts also are extensive — too numerous to cite in this article. Her commitment is heartfelt and hands-on. In New Haven, she’s recently worked with the nonprofit organization ’r Kids on a program for teenage girls in foster care; joined forces with Christian Community Action to renovate and help furnish 18 apartments for families in need of transitional housing; and provided critical support to Y2Y, a student-led organization for homeless youth, age 18 to 24.

At Southern, she previously provided a pivotal $150,000 grant to support the Women’s Leadership and Mentoring Program in the School of Business. The program was conceived by Judite Vamvakides, ’98, M.A. ’18, associate vice president of alumni and donor engagement, who developed it as a thesis project while completing a master’s degree in women’s studies at Southern. Ellen Durnin, dean of the School of Business at the time, served as Vamvakides’ thesis adviser and collaborator on the program.

Gold’s funding took the pilot program to the next level. It includes guest speakers, workshops, and seminars; informational sessions on topics ranging for salary negotiation to networking; and even the creation of a virtual tool kit, equipped with webinars and more. The latter was so successful it was shared with all School of Business majors who graduated in May 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additionally, an optional one-semester course is offered each spring semester, led by Yue (Christine) Liu, assistant professor of marketing. Liu, a first-generation immigrant from China, notes the transforming nature of the program. “This opportunity helped me explore my potential as well,” says Liu of her heightened role as a mentor. “It’s the same for our students, who have found their confidence, a support network, and even a new job. Often, they are surprised by their potential and capabilities. It’s the first time they see themselves as future leaders.”

That was certainly the case for Mariam Noorzad, a senior majoring in business administration with a concentration in accounting. “I literally had no confidence in myself. My biggest fear was not being able to find a job because I couldn’t get past the interview stage,” says Noorzad, who had left the workforce for several years to care for her two young daughters. She signed on to the Women’s Leadership and Mentoring Program looking for guidance and support — both of which she found in abundance.  “I learned how to interview, how to negotiate my salary, and how to network and create long-lasting connections,” she says. She also mastered LinkedIn, and inspired by successful women guest speakers, started a job search before graduating. She received about a dozen job offers — and, while still a junior, was hired to work for Big 4 accounting firm Ernst & Young after graduation in May 2021. “This is surely something I didn’t realize I would ever be able to do,” says Noorzad.

“She represents my goals for the program,” sums Gold.

Dean Emeritus Durnin has repeatedly witnessed similar transformations.  “Our students are smart, hardworking, and resourceful. They also usually have multiple responsibilities and complicated lives — and they are putting it together and managing it all,” she says.  According to data from the 2019-2020 academic year, about 30 percent of Southern’s undergraduate population is considered “non-traditional,” or 25 years or older, and 41 percent identifies as an underrepresented minority.

Financial obstacles are among the hardships facing students. Approximately 55 percent of Southern undergraduates receive need-based Pell grants for those with high levels of financial need.

“Often times they are the first in their family to go to university. Many do not have an educational or professional role model. That’s why building these leadership experiences is critical for our students to compete. The academic component is vital. But this piece is just as important,” says Durnin.

Others agree with Durnin’s assessment on the importance of leadership training. At the national level, only 47 percent of human resource professionals believe their organization has the leaders needed to fill critical roles, according to the 2021 Global Leadership Forecast, conducted by DDI, a business consultancy.

Clearly, something is missing. But where some note a lack, Lindy Lee Gold sees an opportunity. “We are responsible for making sure that people have a chance to reach their full potential,” says Gold, who is both an optimist and a pragmatist. “When I see a problem,  I look for possible solutions — and figure out the best way I can to assist and help fix them.”


James Barber (left) working with students in the Organization of Afro-American Students (OAAS) in 1977; and (right) Vice President for DEI Diane Ariza with student and alumni panelists in a virtual forum on anti-racism in September 2020

Southern Connecticut State University is committed to a mission of social justice, and to address that mission more directly, the university recently welcomed its first vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion, Dr. Diane Ariza. For the past several months, Ariza has been working to develop the new DEI division, and an important part of that work has been the creation of a website that speaks to Southern’s commitment to social justice.

Although the DEI division is new to Southern, the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion is not new to the institution, and it’s possible that no one knows better than Mr. James Barber how far the university has come and how far it still has to go.

For more than 50 years, James Barber, ‘64, M.S. ’79, has given dedicated service to Southern, its students, and the surrounding community. In 1971, Barber launched Southern’s first Summer Educational Opportunity Program (SEOP), which over time successfully opened the door to a college degree for scores of minority students. He also led the university’s affirmative action office in the 1970s, served as director of student supportive services for more than 20 years, and now helps to advance Southern’s mission as director of community engagement.

In 2020, Diane Ariza was named as Southern’s first vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), following a national search for this new senior leadership position. She brought to the position more than two decades’ experience of administrative leadership in social justice and a background of teaching and research in ethnic studies. Most recently, Ariza served as chief diversity officer at Quinnipiac University and as vice president for community and belonging at Nazareth College in Rochester, N.Y. As an administrator and strategist at both institutions, she worked with senior leadership teams to promote greater access and inclusion through systematic and structural change, ensuring that all students, faculty, and staff reach their fullest potential.

Here, Barber and Ariza trace the past, present, and future of DEI and social justice at Southern.

James Barber
James Barber

Q) Mr. Barber, you were an undergraduate at Southern in the early 1960s. How would you describe the institution in terms of diversity and inclusion in that era?

A) There was no focus or sensitivity to the areas of diversity and inclusion as it related to attracting or retaining students of color nor addressing the exclusionary hiring practices. There was some recognition during my early days as teaching faculty, by both Dr. Buley as well as Dr. Middlebrooks, Vice President for Academic Affairs, that change needed to occur. Dr. Buley who was president during my undergraduate days and, with the encouragement of Dr. Jim Moore, was the person who brought me back to the university’s teaching faculty, was becoming somewhat sensitive to the fact that there needed to be a cultural change. In spite of his recognition, as president, for a need to begin addressing and initiate change, the rest of the university was not ready. Diversity, Inclusion and Equity was not on the university’s radar.

Q) In 1971, you launched Southern’s first Summer Educational Opportunity Program (SEOP), which over time successfully opened the door to a college degree for many minority students. How did you come to develop this program, and how have you seen it impact students?

A) The SEOP program was the outgrowth of 2 years of strategic planning, meeting weekly with the Organization of Afro-American Students (Black Student Union) and the few faculty of color employed during that period covering 1969-1971. We knew that in order for change to occur, that would benefit students of color, that we had to change the thinking of policy makers and some faculty. There were several critical issues that needed to be addressed:

First we needed to begin addressing the cultural climate on campus, both in and outside of the classroom. We especially needed to begin to expose the campus community to the contributions made by people of color to the arts, which included music, theatre, dance, etc. The university was like a castle with a moat around it located in an urban environment.

Second: We needed to ensure a stronger support system for students of color.

Third: We needed to ensure that there were more students of color around the table when decisions that were going to affect/effect their existence on campus were being made.

The SEOP program, which was designed to look beyond SAT/ACT scores and assess the whole person, has been successful. For a significant period of time the average graduation rate for students who had successfully completed the program was higher than that of students who were outright admits. We have had individuals who have gone on to careers in medicine, law, education, social work, wealth management and many other professions. The minority student enrollment at Southern prior to the beginning of the program was approximately 1/10th of 1 percent.

One of the areas that needs to be highlighted is the 25 years when I was Director of Student Supportive Services. When I assumed responsibility for the department in 1989, it had six existing but siloed programs: Veterans Advisement, SEOP, Disability Resources, International Students Advisement, Tutorial Center, and the Writing Center. We broadened the departmental outreach to do the following: educate the campus community of the significance of the mission and objectives of the existing programs; develop a program that was similar to SEOP but would provide an opportunity for students who for whatever reason could not participate in a program that had a residential mandate; create programs that had an intentional focus on early intervention; and academic enrichment and support for middle and high school students who resided in the Greater New Haven area. To address the latter I aggressively pursued grant funding to kickstart and sustain 4 new programs: ConnCAS, which provided support for a commuter students’ summer educational program; ConnCAP, which provided funding for a year around academic enhancement and support program for middle school students who would eventually transition into high school; Let’s Get Ready, a preparatory program funded by Goldman Sachs, for local high school students; and ConnCAB, which provided funds to establish the university’s book loan library. The University Student Success Center now embraces the work with students that was previously the focus of the Writing Center and Tutorial Center.

Q) You were also instrumental in the development of the first affirmative action plan for Southern. When did this work take place, and how did it come about?

A) I believe that we filed our first Affirmative Action Plan in 1976. I was a member of the group that wrote the plan. The process was initiated when I decided to take a couple of students of color and a colleague, who at the time was chairperson of the university’s Urban Studies Program, to Brown University, to the first weekend conference in New England on AA Plan Development. It was hosted by a Southern alum, who, at the time, was the assistant to the president at Brown. We wrote the plan and my colleague was appointed to the position of Director of AA. Eventually, I was asked to assume the role, a position that I held for about 8 years.

Q) Your career as a track and field coach was an important part of your journey at Southern and beyond. How has your work in athletics related to your work in the DEI arena?

A) I have had the privilege of a journey through the world of track and field, which began in 1964 with SCSC Men’s Track and Field and has provided me many opportunities to engage and coach at every level of the sport, both nationally and internationally. I initiated in 1975, with the assistance of 2 SCSU undergraduate students, a grassroots youth program that has had over 5000 children, attracting young athletes from as far south as Bridgeport, north to Waterbury and New Milford, and all along the shoreline. In spite of the fact that it was an athletic program, the intentional focus on diversity and inclusion is why this volunteer program is still attracting families in the year 2021.

Q) You are now advancing Southern’s mission as the university’s director of community engagement. How does this role enable you to impact diversity, equity, and inclusion at Southern?

A) My role as director of community engagement provides me opportunities to reach out without boundaries to every segment of the local, statewide, and sometimes national community on behalf of the university, students, faculty, staff and alumni.


Diane Ariza
Diane Ariza

Q) Dr. Ariza, what do diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging mean to you?

A) It is central to Southern’s mission as an educational institution to ensure that each member of our community has full opportunity to thrive in our environment.

Diversity: Commitment to increasing diversity, which is expressed in myriad forms, including race and ethnicity, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, language, culture, national origin, religious commitments, age, (dis)ability status and political perspective.

Equity: Commitment to working actively to challenge and respond to bias, harassment, and discrimination. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, height, weight, or veteran status.

Inclusion: Commitment to pursuing deliberate efforts to ensure that our campus is a place where differences are welcomed, different perspectives are respectfully heard and where every individual feels a sense of belonging and inclusion. We know that by building a critical mass of diverse groups on campus and creating a vibrant climate of inclusiveness, we can more effectively leverage the resources of diversity to advance our collective capabilities.

However, these words sometimes can lose meaning over time. “Diversity” is a decent word. It is. Companies and politicians started weaving “diversity” into their lexicon in the 1990s, attaching it to many well-meaning, outward-facing initiatives. But their overuse of the word is part of what has hung it with a connotation that’s forced and inauthentic.

Belonging – Having a sense of belonging is a common experience. Belonging means acceptance as a member or part. Such a simple word for a huge concept. A sense of belonging is a human need, just like the need for food and shelter.

“Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance, and Belonging is having my music played.”

Q) How long have you been involved in DEI work, and how did you get started in it?

A) Reflecting back, I have to say the work started when I was a child growing up in a bi-racial, bi-lingual, bi-cultural household and community in Puerto Rico. It was just more interesting and fun growing up where one could hear different languages, eat different foods, and engage in different practices and beliefs that made life vibrant and exciting!

As I got older, though, I realized that not everyone celebrated my joy in the same way, and noticed even within my family that prejudice and racism existed as well as in school, and community. I wanted to change that! Wanted to understand why this was and pursued majors in history, sociology, anthropology, and ethnic studies that provided meaning, context and critical understanding for why these social problems in our society and in the world existed. Thirty years later, I have become a stronger thinker and practitioner in my professional career including teaching, admissions, student services, enrollment management. When I make decisions, I try to think how will this impact individuals, whether they are non-traditional, commuters, food and housing insecure, with disabilities, etc.

Q) Why is DEI work particularly important in the higher education sphere?

A) In The Compelling Need/or Diversity in Higher Education (1999), documenting expert testimony in two law suits brought against the University of Michigan’s race-conscious policies in undergraduate and law school admissions, Gurin argued student experiences with racial and ethnic diversity in college have far-ranging and significant educational benefits, including preparation for democratic citizenship in the post-college world.

Other benefits beyond preparation for democratic citizenship is the value to having a diverse workforce. Evidence suggests:

Start with a variety of world views in one room, and you’ll come out of the other side with better ideas…

Increased Creativity…
Increased Productivity…
Reduced Fear, Improved Performance…
Boost Your Brand’s Reputation…
Global Impact…

I can’t think of any better industry that prepares students over time to learn, stumble, problem solve, and become better leaders and practitioners.

Morever, today colleges and universities are experiencing “perhaps the biggest upsurge in student activism since the 1960s.” Today, students are actively organizing around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. This new group of DEI champions wants something different, including more formalized recognition for their knowledge, skill and efforts; more advanced training; and professional opportunities for leadership roles.

Q) What do you think are the biggest challenges of doing DEI work? What are the biggest opportunities?

A) Some of the biggest challenges:

There still is an expectation that DEI VPs or CDOs will provide the fixes for everyone without others doing the work, and I mean really doing the “hard” work.
Dismantling systemic oppression and racism takes time. However folx mostly affected by these systems are tired, really tired, broken and harmed. We have no time to waste.
Many are doing the hard work, however, they are still doing it in silos and not collaboratively and intently.
We need to measure our success. Fifty more programs/events will not change culture or climate on campus if we don’t measure over time and hold folx accountable.

Training programs are not just checking the box and saying “I did it.” How does one take responsibility to continuously reflect on this work and do better?


The nation is woke all of a sudden since the summer racial violence and murders of black individuals. There is a reality that we must do better, and quickly! As I said earlier, Gen Zs are actively organizing around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. This new group of DEI champions wants something different, including more formalized recognition for their knowledge, skill and efforts; more advanced training; and professional opportunities for leadership roles. And they are willing to take on the system!

Q) As the first vice president for DEI at Southern, how do you see your role in helping to move the institution forward? What is the DEI Division working on now, and what are your plans for the first few years on campus?

A) I remember when interviewing for the position at Southern, I was asked how would I help to move the institution forward? I responded with the following analogy: Southern has an amazing orchestra with fine musicians doing anti-racist and social justice work. My role as the conductor of the orchestra is to unify a large group of musicians into a core sound instead of a wild bunch of different sounds surging out; unify performers, set the tempo, execute clear preparations and beats, listen critically and shape the sound of the ensemble, and to control the interpretation and pacing of the music.

Learn more about DEI at Southern

Black History Month, also known as National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans. President Gerald R. Ford officially recognized Black History Month in 1976. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month.

Please join us for the following array of events in observance of Black History Month!

Black History Month events poster

Students at Southern are recognized for their high academic achievement by being placed on the dean’s list of their respective schools. In order for undergraduate students to qualify for the dean’s list, students must complete 12.0 or more credits in fall or spring and earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or better. These requirements apply to all undergraduate students, regardless of their academic class (i.e., freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior.) The students who made the SCSU Dean’s List for Fall 2020 are listed below, alphabetically by college/school and first name. Congratulations to all!

College of Arts & Sciences

School of Business

College of Education

College of Health & Human Services


General Studies


A’maya Bell, East Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Aaliyah Sanchez, Ansonia, CT, Major: BIO
Aaliyah Walker, East Gwillimbury, ON, Major: IDS
Abby Hespelt, Fairfield, CT, Major: COM
Abby Oladapo, Naugatuck, CT, Major: PSC
Abdul Osmanu, Hamden, CT, Major: PSC
Abigail Allen, Orange, CT, Major: MAT
Abigail Epstein, Crystal River, FL, Major: JRN
Abigail Hanlon, Brookfield, CT, Major: ENG
Abigail Lucas, Milford, CT, Major: ESSS
Abigail Marselli, Guilford, CT, Major: ART
Abigail Przybylowicz, Derby, CT, Major: SOC
Abigail Richards, Milford, CT, Major: COM
Abigail Wells, Shelton, CT, Major: MUS
Adam Bocco, Milford, CT, Major: CSC
Adam Pelz, Terryville, CT, Major: HIS
Adela Nikocevic, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Adonijah Wilson, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Aidan Reilly, Orange, CT, Major: CSC
Aidan Simmons, Hamden, CT, Major: CSC
Alec Apuzzo, Wallingford, CT, Major: SOC
Aleksandra Koziol, Oxford, CT, Major: SOC
Alessandra Lupo, Fairfield, CT, Major: COM
Alex Colucci, Trumbull, CT, Major: IDS
Alex Cushman, Litchfield, CT, Major: CSC
Alex Lazar, Milford, CT, Major: SOC
Alex Mier, Bridgeport, CT, Major: IDS
Alexa Morris, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Alexa Phillips, Wolcott, CT, Major: PSY
Alexander Fritz, Norwich, CT, Major: COM
Alexander Grant, Woodbury, CT, Major: PSC
Alexander Rice, Waterbury, CT, Major: COM
Alexandra Kuhn, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Alexandra Nelson, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Alexia Andrews, Shelton, CT, Major: PSY
Alexina Cristante, North Branford, CT, Major: MUS
Alexis Light, North Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Ali Arfan, West Haven, CT, Major: CSC
Alia Abdulla, Waterbury, CT, Major: BIO
Alicia Gutierrez Moreno, West Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Alicia Reed, Ashburn, VA, Major: MUS
Alina Tran, East Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Alison Fernand, Sandy Hook, CT, Major: MUS
Allison Bennett, Milford, CT, Major: ESSS
Allison Hart, North Branford, CT, Major: BIO
Allison Pito, Meriden, CT, Major: PSY
Allison Wang, North Branford, CT, Major: BIO
Alyssa Couture, Portland, CT, Major: COM
Alyssa Dias, West Haven, CT, Major: ART
Alyssa Guarino, North Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Alyssa Haskins, Enfield, CT, Major: MAT
Alyssa Kronisch, Monroe, CT, Major: PSY
Alyssa Paz, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Alyssa Rolls, Guilford, CT, Major: CHE
Alyssa Tresselt, Meriden, CT, Major: BIO
Alyssa Ulrich, Naugatuck, CT, Major: CSC
Amanda Dustin, Marshfield, MA, Major: SOC
Amanda Hall, Tolland, CT, Major: MAT
Amanda Meyer, Oxford, CT, Major: STAR
Amanda Pascale, East Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Amanda Tkacs, North Haven, CT, Major: CSC
Amar Suljic, Torrington, CT, Major: CSC
Amaris Topper, Hamden, CT, Major: IDS
Ambar Gómez-Atamaint, East Haven, CT, Major: PSC
Amber Tatro, East Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Amelia Raucci, North Branford, CT, Major: ENG
Amina Rustemovic, Hartford, CT, Major: COM
Amira Madineh, Wolcott, CT, Major: BIO
Amy Leal, New Haven, CT, Major: ENG
Ana Reyes, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Analys Torres, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Andre Sweet, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BIO
Andrea Rooney, Seymour, CT, Major: COM
Andreina Barajas Novoa, Stratford, CT, Major: SOC
Andrew Dempsey, Naugatuck, CT, Major: HIS
Andrew Keeton, Wolcott, Ct, CT, Major: PSY
Andrew Schmitt, Madison, CT, Major: BIO
Angel Jimenez, Naugatuck, CT, Major: PSY
Angelique Smith, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Angelyn Graves, Westbrook, CT, Major: BIO
Angie Sandoval, Ansonia, CT, Major: SOC
Ania Simoncek, Milford, CT, Major: BIO
Anna Biewald, Oxford, CT, Major: ENG
Anna De Simone, Ansonia, CT, Major: JRN
Anna Jani, Milford, CT, Major: ANT
Anna Nowak, Meriden, CT, Major: PSC
Anne Widman, Madison, CT, Major: PSY
Anthony Ciaburri, Hamden, CT, Major: CSC
Antonella Moya, Stratford, CT, Major: SOC
Antonio Rotondo, Trumbull, CT, Major: CSC
Aquil Crooks, Stratford, CT, Major: SOC
Arbian Isaku, Wolcott, CT, Major: HIS
Ardita Sulejmani, Derby, CT, Major: IDS
Aren Seeger, Naugatuck, CT, Major: MDS
Aria DeFeo, Ansonia, CT, Major: ENG
Ariana Harris, Hamden, CT, Major: CHE
Ariane Cloutier, Danbury, CT, Major: ENG
Arianna Centore, Orange, CT, Major: PSY
Aridia Dorwart, Quaker Hill, CT, Major: SOC
Ariel Leston, Millford, CT, Major: CSC
Ashley Gaydowen, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSY
Ashley Guy, Stamford, CT, Major: COM
Ashley Nicholson, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Ashley Resto, Manchester, CT, Major: PSC
Ashley Slubowski, Northford, CT, Major: ENG
Ashley Tatro, East Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Ashley Thol, Norwalk, CT, Major: IDS
Ashley Zdeb, East Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Ashley-Ann Dacosta, Danbury, CT, Major: ENG
Asia Hannah, New Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Asia Newton, Stamford, CT, Major: SOC
Asjha Crayton, Vernon, CT, Major: PSY
Asma Rahimyar, Trumbull, CT, Major: PSC
Auday Shlash, West Haven, CT, Major: PSC
Audrey Gryak, Shelton, CT, Major: COM
Autumn Holm, Branford, CT, Major: PSY
Ava Britton, Southbury, CT, Major: BIO
Ava Krajewski, Groton, CT, Major: ENG
Avery Simmons, Hamden, CT, Major: COM
Baatinu Plair, Hamden, CT, Major: PSY
Bekah Burke, Preston, CT, Major: SPA
Belinda Bartley, Waterbury, CT, Major: ENG
Ben Valigorsky, Winsted, CT, Major: COM
Benjamin Byers, Branford, CT, Major: CSC
Benjamin Curry, Milford, CT, Major: MDS
Benson Rodrigues, Woodbridge, CT, Major: PHY
Bernadotte Sufka, Waterbury, CT, Major: STAR
Bianca Leon, Miami, FL, Major: PSY
Blair Snyder, New Fairfield, CT, Major: COM
Bojana Mitrovic, East Haven, CT, Major: BITC
Bonita Alisa, Stratford, CT, Major: CHE
Boyce Antrim, Stratford, CT, Major: SPA
Braeden Burke, North Branford, CT, Major: HIS
Brandon Iovene, North Branford, CT, Major: ENG
Brandon Soriano, Milford, CT, Major: PSY
Breanna Fredericks, East Hartford, CT, Major: ENG
Brenda Lopez, East Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Brendan Cleary, Portland, CT, Major: COM
Brendan Estacio, Stamford, CT, Major: PSC
Brenden Chicares, Wallingford, CT, Major: SOC
Brenden Garcia, Huntington Station, NY, Major: CSC
Brett Wabno, Seymour, CT, Major: GNS
Bria Fielding, New London, CT, Major: BITC
Brian Arbachouskas, Shelton, CT, Major: CSC
Briana Smith, Bridgeport, CT, Major: IDS
Brittany Perigyi, Monroe, CT, Major: ARTH
Brittany Wade, Old Saybrook, CT, Major: SOC
Brooke Dauphinee, Bristol, CT, Major: PSY
Brooke Isaacson, Wallingford, CT, Major: BIO
Bryan Bochicchio, Waterbury, CT, Major: BIO
Caileigh Brownell, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Caitlin McLaughlin, Naugatuck, CT, Major: ESSS
Callie Hoyt, Waterbury, CT, Major: THR
Cameron Ryan, Oxford, CT, Major: BIO
Cameron Salas, Old Saybrook, CT, Major: PSY
Camila Ramos, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BIO
Camryn Arpino Brown, West Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Cara Conklin, Milford, CT, Major: CSC
Cara Richardson, Milford, CT, Major: PSY
Carina Malik, East Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Carissa Perone, Wallingford, CT, Major: ART
Carlos Huerta-Castillo, New Haven, CT, Major: PHY
Carlos Lebron, New Haven, CT, Major: ENG
Carly Buccitti, New Haven, CT, Major: COM
Carly Fedor, Bristol, CT, Major: PSY
Caroline Alzamora, West Hartford, CT, Major: PSY
Caroline Kohnert, Fairfield, CT, Major: CSC
Caroline White, Madison, CT, Major: COM
Casey Sederquest, Monroe, CT, Major: PSY
Cassandra Harris, East Haddam, CT, Major: SPA
Cassidy Maciel, New Milford, CT, Major: COM
Catherine Chmielewski, Stratford, CT, Major: PSY
Catherine Sheehan, Brookfield, CT, Major: PSY
Catherine Tyghter, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Celeste Shelton, Hamden, CT, Major: STAR
Chad Neri, Clinton, CT, Major: HIS
Chandra Moore-Shorey, Hamden, CT, Major: PSY
Chanpasith Phongthachit, Derby, CT, Major: PSC
Chard Felix, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Charise Irby, Hamden, CT, Major: SOC
Chase Walker, Madison, CT, Major: ESC
Chelsea King, Hamden, CT, Major: STAR
Cherika Urquhart, East Hartford, CT, Major: PSY
Cheta Ani, New Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Chiara Manna, Durham, CT, Major: SOC
Chloe Lecy, Quaker Hill, CT, Major: ENG
Chourouk Aboubakar Aboudourafiou, West Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Chris Aiudi, South Glastonbury, CT, Major: COM
Chris Bahr, Stratford, CT, Major: SOC
Christelle Samedi, Shelton, CT, Major: PSY
Christianna Peabody, Bristol, CT, Major: SOC
Christianne Accurso, Glastonbury, CT, Major: ANT
Christina Jones, West Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Christopher Arbelo, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CSC
Christopher Buccitti, New Haven, CT, Major: COM
Christopher Frank, Northford, CT, Major: STH
Christopher Jillson, Guilford, CT, Major: BIO
Christopher Wilson, Madison, CT, Major: COM
Clare Oliver, Cheshire, CT, Major: IDS
Clayton Simses, Milford, CT, Major: HIS
Clea Biagetti, West Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Codey Borchert, East Haven, CT, Major: HIS
Cody Wilkinson, Cromwell, CT, Major: PSC
Connor Reed, Wallingford, CT, Major: HIS
Connor Skarzynski, West Hartford, CT, Major: PSC
Conor Keane, Wethersfield, CT, Major: SOC
Cornelius Monahan, Terryville, CT, Major: PSY
Cory Fullana, Manchester, CT, Major: SOC
Crosby Fox, Stamford, CT, Major: ENG
Dacie Mccloud, Cheshire, CT, Major: PSY
Dan Baronski, East Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Daniel Andrien, Guilford, CT, Major: ESSS
Daniel Labbadia, Berlin, CT, Major: HIS
Daniel Rapuano, Branford, CT, Major: CSC
Daniel Skelly, Shelton, CT, Major: BIO
Daniella Occhineri, West Haven, CT, Major: HIS
Danielle Jacovino, Oakville, CT, Major: PSY
Danielle Klaskin, Madison, CT, Major: BITC
David Difabio, Trumbull, CT, Major: THR
Dealex Vergara, Hamden, CT, Major: ART
Deanna Cleary, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Debbie Yerinides, Stratford, CT, Major: PSY
Declan Donnelly, Stamford, CT, Major: SOC
Dempsey Skovich, Newington, CT, Major: PSY
Derek Faulkner, Guilford, CT, Major: ESSS
Derek Melanson, Plantsville, CT, Major: PSY
Derrick Arnold, Wallingford, CT, Major: DTS
Destany Funteral-Fine, Derby, CT, Major: PSY
Destiny Fabian, Glastonbury, CT, Major: ESSS
Destiny Santoni, Meriden, CT, Major: PSY
Devin Pascale, West Haven, CT, Major: ANT
Devin Sangster, Groton, CT, Major: ESC
Dianiley Deslandes, Norwich, CT, Major: SOC
Diazhia Small, Waterbury, CT, Major: IDS
Dillon Alterio, Milford, CT, Major: CSC
Domenic Longobardi, Brooklyn, NY, Major: ENG
Dominic D’Aurio, Middletown, CT, Major: PSC
Dominique Dickenson, Middletown, DE, Major: PSY
Donovan Banks, Unionville, CT, Major: PSY
Dylan Hegedus, Guilford, CT, Major: BITC
E. Eric Kropiwnicki, New Haven, CT, Major: GNS
Eboni Traverso, Meriden, CT, Major: BIO
Edele Theodore, East Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Edilson Godinez Garcia, New Haven, CT, Major: MUS
Edward Harrison, Higganum, CT, Major: SOC
Edwin Perez, New Haven, CT, Major: PHI
Elana Craft, Hamden, CT, Major: ART
Elena Lofgren, New Fairfield, CT, Major: SOC
Eleni Manesiotis, Trumbull, CT, Major: ESC
Eliana Tolentino, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSY
Elias Papadimitriou, Milford, CT, Major: HIS
Elisabeth Warren, West Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Elisabetta Pellino, Hamden, CT, Major: IDS
Elizabeth Getts, Shelton, CT, Major: ENG
Elizabeth Kita, Broad Brook, CT, Major: SPA
Elizabeth Mercado, Shelton, CT, Major: ENG
Elizabeth Saddig, Naugatuck, CT, Major: PSY
Elliot Brock, Boston, MA, Major: MAT
Ellis Mcginley, Ashford, CT, Major: ENG
Emalie Peters, Bridgeport, CT, Major: COM
Emelia Arroyo, Berlin, CT, Major: PSY
Emely Rodriguez, Stratford, CT, Major: PSY
Emily Beck, Killingworth, CT, Major: IDS
Emily Bigl, Willington, CT, Major: ESSS
Emily Carroll, Derby, CT, Major: PSC
Emily Davis, Clinton, CT, Major: PHY
Emily Lynch, Seymour, CT, Major: CHE
Emily Sosnovich, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: ENG
Emily Stack, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Emily Thomas, Seymour, CT, Major: ENG
Emma Gallagher, Shelton, CT, Major: BIO
Emma Jamieson, Branford, CT, Major: CSC
Emma Sweeney, Stratford, CT, Major: ESSS
Endea Smith, Gainesville, GA, Major: BIO
Enrico Dunmore, Stamford, CT, Major: COM
Eric Regan, Fairfield, CT, Major: ESC
Erik Russo, Wallingford, CT, Major: ENG
Erika Dandonoli, Watertown, CT, Major: PSY
Erika Ventura, Stratford, CT, Major: BIO
Erin Barrett, Madison, CT, Major: PSY
Erin Murray, Wallingford, CT, Major: ESSS
Erin Reemsnyder, New London, CT, Major: ART
Erin Schofield, Naugatuck, CT, Major: SOC
Esiana Frank, New Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Ethan West, Deep River, CT, Major: SPA
Evan Adamowicz, Meriden, CT, Major: COM
Evan Bocchino, Trumbull, CT, Major: IDS
Evan Faline, New Haven, CT, Major: ENG
Evan Murray, Monroe, CT, Major: PSC
Everett Rende, Trumbull, CT, Major: ANT
Fabian Plummer, Stratford, CT, Major: CSC
Faith Kim, New Haven, CT, Major: GEO
Faith Littleton, Jackson, MO, Major: PSY
Feezan Mazhar, Hamden, CT, Major: CSC
Fernanda Mahr, Westport, CT, Major: COM
Francisco Ramos, Waterbury, CT, Major: COM
Gabriella Fico, Northford, CT, Major: PSY
Gabrielle DeRusha, Clinton, CT, Major: PSY
Gabrielle Tunucci, Milford, CT, Major: ENG
Genevieve Jaser, Milford, CT, Major: IDS
Georgi Savov, Milford, CT, Major: CHE
Gia Mentillo, Orange, CT, Major: GEO
Gianna Ciarleglio, Branford, CT, Major: PSY
Gianna Massaro, West Haven, CT, Major: ENG
Gianna Sia, Shelton, CT, Major: ENG
Gianna Ziniak, Shelton, CT, Major: CSC
Gillian Hotchkiss, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: SOC
Gillian Mattern, Gales Ferry, CT, Major: COM
Gillian Ofori-Ntiamoah, West Haven, CT, Major: CHE
Giselle Ramos, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Hailey Buinauskas, Oxford, CT, Major: STAR
Hanaa Hussein, North Haven, CT, Major: CHE
Hanna Birenbaum, Milford, CT, Major: COM
Hannah Jones, Bristol, CT, Major: PSC
Hannah Kloster, Fairfield, CT, Major: SOC
Hannah LeMire, Old Saybrook, CT, Major: ESSS
Hannah Pokornowski, Milford, CT, Major: SOC
Hannah Rosario, Waterbury, CT, Major: PSY
Hannah Smith, Ledyard, CT, Major: PSY
Hannah West, Waterbury, CT, Major: PSY
Heather Cushing, Clinton, CT, Major: GEO
Heather Reilly, North Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Heather Savoyski, Northford, CT, Major: PSY
Hugo Castaneda, Meriden, CT, Major: SPA
Hunter Nadeau, Groton, CT, Major: BIO
Ian Bergemann, Branford, CT, Major: ESSS
Ian Gilbert, Fairfield, CT, Major: COM
Inanca Blake, Waterbury, CT, Major: IDS
Irene Machia, Brookfield, CT, Major: PSC
Isabella Colangelo, Stamford, CT, Major: BITC
Isabella Corradi, Cheshire, CT, Major: ENG
Isabella Hodson, Trumbull, CT, Major: ART
Isabella Manzo, Oxford, CT, Major: HIS
Isabella Sandoval, Seymour, CT, Major: COM
Isabelle Seward, Ridgefield, CT, Major: STAR
Isael Jimenez, Hamden, CT, Major: PSY
Ivey Collins, New Milford, CT, Major: PSY
Jaci Adams, Rockfall, CT, Major: PSY
Jack Storm, Plantsville, CT, Major: BITC
Jacklyn Ramos-Arvelo, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Jacob Bojnowski, Middletown, CT, Major: PSY
Jacob Collette, Terryville, CT, Major: PSC
Jacob Tellier, Terryville, CT, Major: PSC
Jacque Jurewicz, Madison, CT, Major: PSY
Jacqueline Penarrieta, Hamden, CT, Major: CHE
Jade Clary, Danbury, CT, Major: PSY
Jahnesha Lewis, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Jaime Roy, Meriden, CT, Major: STAR
Jake Filippone, Wolcott, CT, Major: HIS
Jalisse Vazquez, Waterbury, CT, Major: BIO
Jalitza Mathews, East Hartford, CT, Major: PSY
James Ferstler, Canton, MA, Major: SOC
James Standish, New Haven, CT, Major: BITC
Janel Harrison, Stamford, CT, Major: IDS
Janelle Ward, Kitchener, ON, Major: SOC
Janyra Whitmore, Waterbury, CT, Major: COM
Jared Sales, Fairfield, CT, Major: PSY
Jasmine Estinfil, Bridgeport, CT, Major: IDS
Jasmine Portugal, Norwalk, CT, Major: PSY
Jason Aceto, Naugatuck, CT, Major: CHE
Jason Edwards, Ansonia, CT, Major: JRN
Jaycen Munro, Branford, CT, Major: ESC
Jazmyn Martinez, Middletown, NY, Major: PSY
Jedidiah Alziphat, Waterbury, CT, Major: PSY
Jedrek Wittenberger, Monroe, CT, Major: PHY
Jelise Nimmons, Massapequa, NY, Major: PSY
Jenica Sweeney, Windsor, CT, Major: BIO
Jenna Curl, Branford, CT, Major: IDS
Jenna Krechko, Tolland, CT, Major: CHE
Jenna Mahmoud, North Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Jennifer Moses, New Haven, CT, Major: CHE
Jennifer Way, Watertown, CT, Major: PSY
Jenoi South, Stratford, CT, Major: ECO
Jeremy Deluca, Stamford, CT, Major: HIS
Jessenia Fuentes, Guilford, CT, Major: COM
Jessica Guerrucci, Stratford, CT, Major: JRN
Jessica Mcmahon, Madison, CT, Major: PSY
Jessica Pireaux, Madison, CT, Major: BIO
Jesus Burgos, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CSC
Jill Cooke, Milford, CT, Major: PSY
Jillian Martins, Trumbull, CT, Major: ENG
Jillian Valeta, West Haven, CT, Major: MUS
Joaquina Travia, Milford, CT, Major: PSY
Jocelyn Boursiquot, Bridgeport, CT, Major: COM
Jonah Gosnay, Danbury, CT, Major: ANT
Jonah Santiana, Monroe, CT, Major: HIS
Jonathan Hiebert, Hamden, CT, Major: CSC
Jordyn McBride, Bridgeport, CT, Major: IDS
Jorge Cruz, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Joseph Cortez, Ansonia, CT, Major: MAT
Joseph Delgado, West Haven, CT, Major: CSC
Joseph Genua, Waterbury, CT, Major: COM
Joseph Vigliotti, Milford, CT, Major: HIS
Joseph Vincenzi, Cromwell, CT, Major: ENG
Joseph Williams, Bridgeport, CT, Major: IDS
Josh Weizel, Milford, CT, Major: PSC
Joshua Ayala, New Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Joshua Dublin, Hamden, CT, Major: IDS
Joshua Mason, Hamden, CT, Major: ESC
Joshua Schumacher, Wolcott, CT, Major: HIS
Jovonnie Hines, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Juan Gutierrez, Hamden, CT, Major: PSY
Julia Antunes, Shelton, CT, Major: BIO
Julia Caruso, Prospect, CT, Major: PSY
Julia Galuppo, Wolcott, CT, Major: IDS
Julia Glenn, Shelton, CT, Major: PSY
Julia Mansfield, Wallingford, CT, Major: BIO
Juliet Hryniszyn, Portland, CT, Major: IDS
Justin Glennon, Milford, CT, Major: ANT
Justin Hirshfield, Trumbull, CT, Major: SOC
Justin Lazarus, Guilford, CT, Major: CHE
Justin Veilleux, Branford, CT, Major: HIS
Justyn Wongwiwat, Hamden, CT, Major: MUS
Kady Pedersen, Terryville, CT, Major: ENG
Kaitlin Poznick, Milford, CT, Major: ESSS
Kaitlyn Gerckens, Derby, CT, Major: STAR
Kaitlyn Johnson, West Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Kaleb Boudreaux, West Haven, CT, Major: PSC
Kaleb Roman, Wolcott, CT, Major: PHY
Kaleigh Albert, Killingworth, CT, Major: ANT
Kaliegh Garris, Quaker Hill, CT, Major: COM
Kalin Mcquade, Haddam, CT, Major: PSY
Karina Coros, Hamden, CT, Major: SOC
Karina Granados, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Karlos Mate, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Kat Schoberle, East Haddam, CT, Major: IDS
Kate Schulten, Middlefield, CT, Major: ENG
Katelin Donnelly, Prospect, CT, Major: PSY
Katelyn Fillion, Northford, CT, Major: HIS
Katherine Harding, New Haven, CT, Major: ANT
Katherine Kiernan, Milford, CT, Major: DTS
Katherine Ventresca, Trumbull, CT, Major: ITA
Kathryn Danyluk, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Kathryn Duffner, Middletown, CT, Major: THR
Kathryn Pollard, Clinton, CT, Major: MUS
Kathryn Sweeney-Amidon, New Haven, CT, Major: ARTH
Katie Kost, Sandy Hook, CT, Major: ESSS
Katya Furda, Milford, CT, Major: ENG
Kayla Brown, Stratford, CT, Major: ENG
Kayla Corey, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Kayla Kendall, New Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Kayla Krenicki, Bristol, CT, Major: PSY
Kayla Otero, Enfield, CT, Major: CHE
Kayla Shea, North Haven, CT, Major: MUS
Kaylee Savvaides, Trumbull, CT, Major: COM
Kaylin Williams, New Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Kayloni Hall, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Kaytlyn Caban, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSY
Keara Loughlin, Lowell, MA, Major: MAT
Keegan Smith, Plantsville, CT, Major: PSY
Kelly Mjos, Tolland, CT, Major: ESSS
Kelly Redmond, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BIO
Kelsey Poronteau, Branford, CT, Major: PSY
Kelsey Tonge, Wallingford, CT, Major: COM
Kelsey White, Middletown, CT, Major: PSY
Kenneth Baah, Hamden, CT, Major: COM
Kenya Dixon, East Hartford, CT, Major: SOC
Kessiah-Ali Powell-Keyton, New London, CT, Major: PSY
Kevin Castillo, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Kevin Stapleton, Milford, CT, Major: CSC
Keyri Barrera Aquino, Stamford, CT, Major: STAR
Khavita Becker, Deep River, CT, Major: PSY
Kiara Smith, Milford, CT, Major: JRN
Kiersten Conner, Milford, CT, Major: ENG
Kira Fitch, Monroe, CT, Major: CHE
Kori Ligon, West Haven, CT, Major: THR
Krista Jones, Pawcatuck, CT, Major: PSC
Krista Skerpan, Milford, CT, Major: PSC
Kristina Qubick, Monroe, CT, Major: PSY
Kristopher Jackson, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSY
Krystal Mara, Pelham, NH, Major: IDS
Kyle Mashia-Thaxton, Groton, CT, Major: HIS
Kyle Russell, Branford, CT, Major: CSC
Lakaelin Burbage, New Britain, CT, Major: SOC
Larissa Anderson, New Haven, CT, Major: ESSS
Larissa Topalis, Ledyard, CT, Major: STAR
Lauren Conner, Milford, CT, Major: BIO
Lauren Hoerner, Manchester, CT, Major: THR
Lauryn Gause, Brookfield, CT, Major: ENG
Lauryn Giuliano, Orange, CT, Major: PSY
Leah Coleman, East Hartford, CT, Major: COM
Leah Hushion, Newtown, CT, Major: PSY
Leah Sause, Wallingford, CT, Major: HIS
Leana Mauricette, East Hartford, CT, Major: ESSS
Leila Kabbani, Trumbull, CT, Major: PSY
Leily Ayala, Trumbull, CT, Major: LBS
Lekiyah Fraser, West Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Leslie Baca, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Liang Lin, Cheshire, CT, Major: PSC
Lily Barragan, East Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Linda Nguyen, Stratford, CT, Major: CSC
Lindsay Leblanc, Avon, CT, Major: SOC
Lishana Daniel, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Liza Frassinelli, Willington, CT, Major: GEO
Loanis Cabrera, Bridgeport, CT, Major: COM
London Mueller, Omaha, NE, Major: IDS
Lorette Feivelson, Bristol, CT, Major: HIS
Luci Kanios, Meriden, CT, Major: BIO
Lukas Szymecki, Wethersfield, CT, Major: COM
Luz Vargas, East Hartford, CT, Major: BITC
Lydia Masala, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BIO
Lyndsey Robinson, Oakdale, CT, Major: IDS
Mackenzie Montesi, North Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Maddi Rybak, Salem, CT, Major: ANT
Madeline Scharf, Guilford, CT, Major: ENG
Madelyn Dean, LAWRENCE, KS, Major: PSC
Madison Brenning, Seymour, CT, Major: PSY
Madison Cacciato, Oakville, CT, Major: SOC
Madison Fries, North Branford, CT, Major: BIO
Madison Goodson, Bridgeport, CT, Major: ENG
Madison Johnson, Manchester, CT, Major: PSC
Madison Ramsby, Branford, CT, Major: SPA
Maeve Pierce, New London, CT, Major: STAR
Maeve Rourke, Milford, CT, Major: ESSS
Maeve Salamida, Cromwell, CT, Major: ENG
Mahagany Rawls, New Haven, CT, Major: THR
Makayla Chambers, East Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Makenna Perry, Groton, CT, Major: ESSS
Makenna Wollmann, Burlington, CT, Major: COM
Mandy Vizziello, Guilford, CT, Major: ENG
Manjot Kailey, Branford, CT, Major: BIO
Maria Barrios, New Haven, CT, Major: ENG
Maria Colandrea, Meriden, CT, Major: SOC
Maria Diamantidis, Stamford, CT, Major: PSY
Maria Nunez Bonilla, Danbury, CT, Major: GNS
Maria Tomas, New Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Marisa DeCiucis, Shelton, CT, Major: BITC
Marissa Fiori, Trumbull, CT, Major: GNS
Marissa Salazar, East Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Mark Hickman, Ellington, CT, Major: SOC
Mark Nowak, Meriden, CT, Major: BITC
Martine Senecal, Stamford, CT, Major: PSY
Mary Pelkey, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: HIS
Mathew Soto, Stratford, CT, Major: ENG
Matthew Banks, Old Greenwich, CT, Major: SOC
Matthew Giaquinto, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: COM
Matthew Lingenfelter, North Haven, CT, Major: CSC
Matthew Rooney, Trumbull, CT, Major: SOC
Maxwell Gaulin, Bethany, CT, Major: ECO
Mayah Brown, New London, CT, Major: PSY
Megan Cote, Shelton, CT, Major: PSY
Megan Daly, Cheshire, CT, Major: PSY
Megan Eldridge, Shelton, CT, Major: PSY
Megan Ferreira, Shelton, CT, Major: HIS
Megan Latte, Newtown, CT, Major: PSY
Meghan Anderson, Hamden, CT, Major: PHI
Mekhi Reeves, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Melanie Burgos, New Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Melanie Dejesus, New Haven, CT, Major: PSC
Melinda Knopf, Berlin, CT, Major: BIO
Melissa Garcia-Kiehnle, Shelton, CT, Major: BIO
Mia Tomasello, Branford, CT, Major: PSY
Mia Varney, Wallingford, CT, Major: BIO
Micahl Derosa, North Haven, CT, Major: CSC
Michael Alisa, Stratford, CT, Major: CHE
Michael Anderson, East Haven, CT, Major: PSC
Michael Burden, Shelton, CT, Major: HIS
Michael Catalano, Madison, CT, Major: BIO
Michael Duguay, Wolcott, CT, Major: STAR
Michael Jacobs, Trumbull, CT, Major: CSC
Michael Macesker, Waterford, CT, Major: CSC
Michael Sendra, Oxford, CT, Major: SPA
Michael Shashaty, Washington, CT, Major: HIS
Michael Smith, Shelton, CT, Major: MAT
Michele Furnaros, Stamford, CT, Major: ENG
Michelle Castelan, New Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Michelle Coughlin, Trumbull, CT, Major: PSY
Michelle Lundstrom, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SOC
Michelle Morales, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSC
Michelle Morocho, Greenwich, CT, Major: CSC
Miles Goritski, Hamden, CT, Major: HIS
Miles Meade, Shelton, CT, Major: CSC
Minahil Gilani, Stratford, CT, Major: BIO
Miranda Holland, Hamden, CT, Major: ESSS
Miranda Kross, North Haven, CT, Major: ENG
Mirza Martinez Pinto, Stamford, CT, Major: PSY
Mitchell Santiago, Quaker Hill, CT, Major: CSC
Mo Togbah, West Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Mollie Craig, Hamden, CT, Major: PSC
Mollie Roman, Norwalk, CT, Major: ENG
Molly Major, Madison, CT, Major: BIO
Molly Whittington, Meriden, CT, Major: ART
Morgan Gatewood, Dry Ridge, KY, Major: BIO
Morgan Hines, Oxford, CT, Major: ENG
Morgan Lambert, West Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Mustafa Kangal, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSC
Mychelle Barnes, East Hartford, CT, Major: ENG
Nadine Hilkert, Bretzfeld, , Major: PSY
Nancy Kelly, New Haven, CT, Major: MUS
Naszier Torrence-Robinson, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Natalie Hinton, Hamden, CT, Major: SOC
Natalie Jones, Clinton, CT, Major: PSC
Natalie Stoffel, New Fairfield, CT, Major: ENG
Natalie Wright, Milford, CT, Major: CSC
Nathaniel Gerrish, Naugatuck, CT, Major: PHY
Nayeli Delgado Santiago, Tariffville, CT, Major: SPA
Neil Merola, East Haven, CT, Major: ESC
Ney Valdez, Milford, CT, Major: IDS
Nicholas Bradley, Clinton, CT, Major: CHE
Nicholas Dimaggio, Northford, CT, Major: PSY
Nicholas Post, West Haven, CT, Major: STH
Nicholas Soucy, Naugatuck, CT, Major: COM
Nick Isabella, Monroe, CT, Major: BIO
Nicole Santiago, New Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Nicole Thomas, Waterbury, CT, Major: THR
Nicoletta Blevins, Derby, CT, Major: PSC
Nikeila Thompson, New London, CT, Major: SOC
Nikola Tili, Waterbury, CT, Major: SOC
Nina Henriques, Newtown, CT, Major: BIO
Noah Farnham, Baltimore, MD, Major: COM
Noelle King, Bridgeport, CT, Major: ESSS
Noelle Stepensky, Southington, CT, Major: SOC
Nolan Greene, North Branford, CT, Major: PSC
Nora Skoczen, Fairfield, CT, Major: PSC
Norman Whitney, Bristol, CT, Major: PSC
Noureen Nassra, Stratford, CT, Major: BIO
Nurilys Cintron, New Haven, CT, Major: COM
Olivia Daniello, East Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Olivia Delisle, Portland, CT, Major: COM
Olivia Liebler, Guilford, CT, Major: CSC
Olivia Pocock, Guilford, CT, Major: ANT
Olivia Strelevitz, Gales Ferry, CT, Major: ENG
Pablo Bastida Ruiz, Hamden, CT, Major: PSC
Palak Patel, Danbury, CT, Major: PSC
Patricia Castle, Milford, CT, Major: MUS
Patrick Ballard, Belford, NJ, Major: COM
Patrick Kearney, Durham, CT, Major: ENG
Paul Broughton, Stamford, CT, Major: PSY
Paul Duncanson, Stratford, CT, Major: HIS
Paul Mckee, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Paulina Smaga, Shelton, CT, Major: BIO
Pennie Bellios, Trumbull, CT, Major: HIS
Peyton King, TRUMBULL, CT, Major: CSC
Philip Trudel, Ivoryton, CT, Major: ENG
Rachel Bouffard, Oakville, CT, Major: PSY
Rachel Garcia, Naugatuck, CT, Major: PSY
Rachel Martins, Southington, CT, Major: HIS
Rachel Miller, Waterford, CT, Major: MAT
Rachel Stark, West Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Rachel Zumbo, Monroe, CT, Major: PSY
Radeka Parchment, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PSY
Rajay Robinson, East Hartford, CT, Major: SOC
Rakim Grant, Middletown, CT, Major: COM
Raphaela James, New Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Raymond Boucher, Hamden, CT, Major: COM
Rebecca Bergman, New Haven, CT, Major: GNS
Rebecca Foster, Windsor Locks, CT, Major: PSY
Rebecca Lubbert, Guilford, CT, Major: MAT
Rebecca Sabetta, Northford, CT, Major: BIO
Rebecca Shamp, Clinton, CT, Major: ESC
Rebecca Stanton, Berlin, CT, Major: ESSS
Regina Misercola, Trumbull, CT, Major: ENG
Reinaldo Martinez, East Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Reinyl Neri, Hamden, CT, Major: CSC
Renee Robles, Milford, CT, Major: PSY
Rigby Conyers, New Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Rijad Brkic, Milford, CT, Major: BIO
Riley Dunican, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: PSY
Robert Hahn, Niantic, CT, Major: COM
Robert Ramos, West Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Robert Trau, Monroe, CT, Major: BIO
Robert Valeri, Shelton, CT, Major: HIS
Robert Ziaks, Branford, CT, Major: CSC
Roberto Sostre, Binghamton, NY, Major: GNS
Roma Bartolomeo, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSY
Rosana Duarte, New Haven, CT, Major: PSC
Ross Hakala, Milford, CT, Major: PHY
Royan Anoh, New Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Ryan Doko, Oakville, CT, Major: ENG
Ryan Gemme, North Granby, CT, Major: HIS
Ryan Harvey, North Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Ryan Kelems, Shelton, CT, Major: COM
Ryan Mays, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Ryan Pastor, Meriden, CT, Major: ESC
Ryan Pollard, Madison, CT, Major: MAT
Ryann Giuliani, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: PSY
Ryleigh Rivas, Milford, CT, Major: THR
Sabrina Kosky, East Haven, CT, Major: SPA
Sam Uhelsky, Cheshire, CT, Major: PSY
Samantha Atencio-Roos, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BIO
Samantha Egan, Fairfield, CT, Major: ENG
Samantha Glander, Stamford, CT, Major: ENG
Samantha Kaplan, Trumbull, CT, Major: COM
Samantha McCarthy, Milford, CT, Major: HIS
Samantha Melendez, New Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Samantha Ricciardi, Oakville, CT, Major: PSY
Samantha Saengsuwan, New Haven, CT, Major: CHE
Samantha Salisbury, Stratford, CT, Major: BIO
Samantha Scott, Windsor, CT, Major: ART
Samuel Hilliman, East Windsor, CT, Major: BIO
Samuel Tapper, Suffield, CT, Major: JRN
Samuel Trumbley, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: CSC
Sara Csefai, Suffield, CT, Major: PSY
Sara Gerckens, Derby, CT, Major: ESSS
Sara Lareau, Guilford, CT, Major: ART
Sarah Blodgett, Wallingford, CT, Major: SOC
Sarah Chard, Old Lyme, CT, Major: IDS
Sarah Gossman, Trumbull, CT, Major: HIS
Sarah Houde, Wallingford, CT, Major: IDS
Sarah Lemere, Durham, CT, Major: IDS
Sarah Shelton, Oakville, CT, Major: JRN
Sarah Vedder, East Haven, CT, Major: IDS
Sarah Zuiewski, Stratford, CT, Major: SOC
Sarai Genua, Waterbury, CT, Major: ENG
Sarena Salmeri, Plantsville, CT, Major: ANT
Sarina Maynard, Oakville, CT, Major: PSY
Saul Pujols, Naugatuck, CT, Major: CSC
Savannah Cruz, New Haven, CT, Major: ESSS
Scarlett Naples, Gaylordsville, CT, Major: BIO
Scott Brossman, Branford, CT, Major: CHE
Sebastian Moraga, West Haven, CT, Major: CHE
Sejmir Basuljevic, Derby, CT, Major: CSC
Shamir Hughes, Ansonia, CT, Major: STAR
Shannon Winters, Milford, CT, Major: ENG
Shanti Madison, New Haven, CT, Major: ESSS
Shaoshi Huang, Cheshire, CT, Major: HIS
Shawn Gokey, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSC
Shayla Peterson, Baltic, CT, Major: ESSS
Sheikh Sameera, Fairfield, CT, Major: BIO
Shlomit Weiss Grullon, New Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Siddhi Suresh, Southington, CT, Major: CSC
Sidney Levine, Westbrook, CT, Major: CSC
Skyler Puckett, Wallingford, CT, Major: PSY
Sophia Al-Meshrefawi, North Grosvenordale, CT, Major: BITC
Sophia George, West Haven, CT, Major: STAR
Sophia Lonardo, Monroe, CT, Major: PSY
Sophia Oneto, Prospect, CT, Major: ENG
Spencer Rogers, Guilford, CT, Major: ANT
Spencer Tesch, Middlebury, CT, Major: PSY
Stache Jones, West Haven, CT, Major: SOC
Stephen Fengler, Wallingford, CT, Major: ESC
Steven Butler, Orange, CT, Major: GNS
Summer Sylvestre, Plainfield, CT, Major: MAT
Sunni Lakhaisy, West Haven, CT, Major: CSC
Susannah Goeters, Clinton, CT, Major: ANT
Sutherland Lamond, Litchfield, CT, Major: ESSS
Sydney Carter, Derby, CT, Major: COM
Sydney King, Milford, CT, Major: ANT
Sydney Manzo, Oxford, CT, Major: ENG
Sydney Peacock, Deep River, CT, Major: ESSS
Sydney Rossi, Milford, CT, Major: BIO
T’Aja Henry, New Britian, CT, Major: PSY
Taijzeeaunna Kelley- Anderson, Hamden, CT, Major: PSY
Talia Gaudio, Cheshire, CT, Major: PSY
Talia Lent, New Milford, CT, Major: ESSS
Talicia Martins, Hamden, CT, Major: ENG
Tamara Febus, Trumbull, CT, Major: PSY
Tamarko Oakes, West Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Tammy Michel, Woodbridge, CT, Major: HIS
Tanner Bryant, Guilford, CT, Major: COM
Tanyra Myers, West Haven, CT, Major: BIO
Tasnia Hossain, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BIO
Tatiania Bond-Elahi, Hamden, CT, Major: SOC
Tavonne Williams, New Haven, CT, Major: THR
Taylor Garlock, Madison, CT, Major: PSY
Taylor Gudzinski, Waterbury, CT, Major: BIO
Taylor Hayes, MANCHESTER, CT, Major: HIS
Taylor Lubin, Vernon, CT, Major: STAR
Taylor Thomas, Yonkers, NY, Major: STAR
Tessiny Colon, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SOC
Thalia Troche-O’farrill, Meriden, CT, Major: SOC
Thien Dang, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CHE
Thomas Blotney, West Haven, CT, Major: THR
Thomas Healy, West Haven, CT, Major: GNS
Thomas Pelletier, Bristol, CT, Major: PSC
Thomas Wylie, Hamden, CT, Major: HIS
Tierra Garner, Hamden, CT, Major: BIO
Tim O’Shea, Southington, CT, Major: COM
Timothy Levesque, Avon, CT, Major: PSY
Timothy Mccrae, Trumbull, CT, Major: ESSS
Tomas Stisi, Shelton, CT, Major: HIS
Tommi Bonomo, Marlborough, CT, Major: STAR
Travis Thomson, Stratford, CT, Major: HIS
Trent Kaisen, Guilford, CT, Major: PHI
Tucker Doyle, Oakdale, CT, Major: CSC
Tyeanna Hunter, New Haven, CT, Major: PSY
Tyler Auger, Trumbull, CT, Major: CSC
Tyler Carey, Ridgefield, CT, Major: ESC
Tyler Cusano, Hamden, CT, Major: PSY
Tyler Holloway, Orange, CT, Major: CSC
Tyler Niles, Wallingford, CT, Major: SOC
Tyler Santiago-Gamble, Cromwell, CT, Major: ESC
Tyler Verissimo, bridgeport, CT, Major: ECO
Tyrone Moore, Hamden, CT, Major: COM
Valencia Joseph-Duncan, Norwalk, CT, Major: PSY
Valeria Sotomayor, Waterbury, CT, Major: BIO
Valerie Neyra, Stamford, CT, Major: COM
Vanessa Adamski, Derby, CT, Major: PHY
Vanessa Heigel, Plantsville, CT, Major: ESSS
Vanessa Phommahaxay, Danbury, CT, Major: PSY
Vanessa Riccardi, Sherman, CT, Major: BIO
Varsha Jorawar, Waterbury, CT, Major: PSC
Vicky Hu, Clinton, CT, Major: BIO
Victor Corona Galan, Fairfield, CT, Major: CSC
Victoria Cortes, Wallingford, CT, Major: PHI
Victoria Gould, Shelton, CT, Major: PSY
Victoria Ingram, Hamden, CT, Major: STAR
Vittoria Cristante, North Branford, CT, Major: MAT
Will Broome, Norwalk, CT, Major: PSY
William Michaud, West Haven, CT, Major: ART
William Perkin, New Fairfield, CT, Major: CSC
Willian Silva, Waterford, CT, Major: HIS
Xavier Swilling, Bridgeport, CT, Major: COM
Xhuana Hyska, Ansonia, CT, Major: SOC
Yadinitza Torres, Waterbury, CT, Major: BIO
Yesenia Hernandez, Meriden, CT, Major: PSY
Yolanda Grajalez, Derby, CT, Major: SOC
Zachary Brocklehurst, Woodbridge, CT, Major: ART
Zainab Seyal, Fairfield, CT, Major: BIO
Zane Bendici, Shelton, CT, Major: THR
Zariah Council, bridgeport, CT, Major: IDS
Ze Wei Weng, Orange, CT, Major: PSC
Zein Dib, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CHE
Zia Gardner, new haven, CT, Major: ANT
Zina Mcbride, Milford, CT, Major: STAR
Zoe Pringle, Milford, CT, Major: PSY


Aaron White, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Aidan Holroyd, Cheshire, CT, Major: BUS
Ajay Timaul, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Alaina Pierce, Meriden, CT, Major: BUS
Alexa Bedini, Sandy Hook, CT, Major: BUS
Alexander Fetherston, Madison, CT, Major: BUS
Alexander Prial, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Alexandra Bucci, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Alexandra Cerrone, Branford, CT, Major: BUS
Alexandra Leso, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Alexandria Grenier, Durham, CT, Major: BUS
Alexi Giantomidis, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Alexis Rodriguez, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Alfred Mascola, East Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Alisia Hart, Middletown, CT, Major: BUS
Allyssa Cassella, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Alyssa Guerreri, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Ana Caka, Wolcott, CT, Major: BUS
Andrae Banks, Meriden, CT, Major: BUS
Andres Arango, Seymour, CT, Major: BUS
Andrew Lucas, Clinton, CT, Major: BUS
Andrew Seibert, Oxford, CT, Major: BUS
Angel McCall, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS
Anthony Romanelli, West Simsbury, CT, Major: BUS
Arda Yilmaz, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Barry Belardinelli, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS
Bayleigh Takacs, Sparta, NJ, Major: BUS
Belaid Zusi, Woodbridge, CT, Major: BUS
Ben Wunder, Easton, CT, Major: BUS
Benjamin Pierce, Meriden, CT, Major: BUS
Berlove Lelain, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BUS
Bianca Souza, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Brandon Blanco, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Brianna Ferraiolo, Branford, CT, Major: BUS
Brittney Barbato, Old Lyme, CT, Major: BUS
Brittny Adebowale, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Brooke Armistead, Ansonia, CT, Major: BUS
Bryan Firmender, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Bryce Castellone, South Windsor, CT, Major: BUS
Bryce Koloseus, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Calvert Hendershot, Woodbury, CT, Major: BUS
Carlie Freiler, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Carly Champagne, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Christian Clark, Cheshire, CT, Major: BUS
Christian Flores, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Christian Minaya, Brooklyn, NY, Major: BUS
Christian Rubio, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Christopher Gonzalez, Fairfield, CT, Major: BUS
Christopher LeBeau, Bristol, CT, Major: BUS
Christopher Meshack, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Christopher Roewer, Danbury, CT, Major: BUS
Cody Conlon, Bethlehem, CT, Major: BUS
Cody Recanati, Guilford, CT, Major: BUS
Collin Doyle, Hartford, CT, Major: BUS
Daequan Nicholson, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Dan Torres, Hamden, CT, Major: ACC
Daniel Barrera, Branford, CT, Major: BUS
Daniella Chasse, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Danielle Elliott, Wethersfield, CT, Major: BUS
Dardan Dedushaj, Essex, CT, Major: BUS
Derek Difronzo, Manchester, CT, Major: BUS
Derrick Jagello, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BUS
Diana Alcazar, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Dominic Papiro, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Donovan Harris, Rocky Point, NY, Major: BUS
Dylan Batlle, Oxford, CT, Major: BUS
Eden Foley, Vernon, CT, Major: BUS
Edgar Valencia, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Elizabeth Gibson, South Windsor, CT, Major: BUS
Elizabeth Terry, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Emily Rossini, West Hartford, CT, Major: BUS
Emine Elezi, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Emma Gorham, Ellington, CT, Major: BUS
Eric Lopes, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Eric Ross, Uncasville, CT, Major: BUS
Erick Pasqualone, White Plains, NY, Major: BUS
Ethan Cross, Westport, CT, Major: BUS
Evan Dunn, Middletown, CT, Major: BUS
Evan Gutowski, Trumbull, CT, Major: BUS
Farith Vilchez-Morales, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Fatima Garcia-Ramirez, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Francisco Roldan, Malaga, , Major: BUS
Gabe Durante, North Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Gabriela Oviedo, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Gavin Scully, Monroe, CT, Major: BUS
George Mott, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Gianfranco Alvarez, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Gianna D’Angelo, Trumbull, CT, Major: BUS
Giovanni Tirollo, North Branford, CT, Major: BUS
Giuliana Gaudio, Cheshire, CT, Major: BUS
Grace Conselyea, Milford, PA, Major: BUS
Greg Wyckoff, Trumbull, CT, Major: BUS
Gregory Travis, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BUS
Guillermo Malpartida, Bridgeport, CT, Major: ACT
Gulizar Er, Meriden, CT, Major: BUS
Gwen Teixeira, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Hanna Natalino, Derby, CT, Major: BUS
Heather Nolan, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Herlinda Rodriguez, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Ian Brown, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Ignasi Perez Cererols, Sant Cugat del Valles, , Major: BUS
Isabella Pitarra, Clinton, CT, Major: BUS
Isabella Presutto, Trumbull, CT, Major: BUS
Isabelle Stowik, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Jacob Comeau, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Jacob Lessne, West Hartford, CT, Major: BUS
Jalen Coleman, Middletown, CT, Major: BUS
James Reilly, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Jamiy Burey, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Jared Dobkowski, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Jared Propis, West Hartford, CT, Major: BUS
Jared Valdes, Seymour, CT, Major: BUS
Jarod Teixeira, Seymour, CT, Major: BUS
Jasmin Cortes, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Jasmine Diglio, Branford, CT, Major: BUS
Jasmine Griswold, Haddam, CT, Major: BUS
Jay Donlan, Westbrook, CT, Major: BUS
Jayne Maranda, Mystic, CT, Major: BUS
Jayson DeFrance, Middletown, CT, Major: BUS
Jenna Remaly, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: BUS
Jesse Nelson, Rockfall, CT, Major: BUS
Jessica Baka, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Jillian Martin, Orange, CT, Major: BUS
John Bucci, Ansonia, CT, Major: BUS
John Migliazza, Monroe, CT, Major: BUS
John Santos, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Jonathan Foster, Wappingers Falls, NY, Major: BUS
Jordan Pennatto, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Jordan Silbert, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Joseph Bottino, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS
Joseph Gaudet, Wethersfield, CT, Major: BUS
Joseph Nemchek, Fairfield, CT, Major: BUS
Joseph Russell, Windsor, CT, Major: BUS
Joshua Moro, Clinton, CT, Major: BUS
Juan Sandoval, Seymour, CT, Major: BUS
Justin Abe, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Justin Loomer, Ansonia, CT, Major: BUS
Kaitlyn Paradis, Orange, CT, Major: BUS
Kaleen Barbieri, Seymour, CT, Major: BUS
KARL-MARX Delphonse, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Kassandra Espinoza, Avon, CT, Major: BUS
Kat Wojcik, Ansonia, CT, Major: BUS
Katherine Cappetta, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Katherine Fuentes, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Katherine Giangrande, Westbrook, CT, Major: BUS
Kathleen Crawford-Hawkins, New Haven, CT, Major: ACC
Katrina Roy, Bristol, CT, Major: BUS
Kevin Salguero, Startford, CT, Major: BUS
Kevin Vazquez, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Kevin Joergen van der Pol, Drammen, , Major: BUS
Khizer Ali, Orange, CT, Major: BUS
Krista Haray, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Kyhanna Burgess, East Hartford, CT, Major: BUS
Kyle Apicelli, Oakdale, CT, Major: BUS
Kyle Barth, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Kyle Handy, Durham, CT, Major: BUS
Lauren Silvia, Higganum, CT, Major: BUS
Lauren Spino, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Lauryn Benoit, Oakdale, CT, Major: BUS
Lillian Olson, Savage, MN, Major: BUS
Lily Mccarthy, East Granby, CT, Major: BUS
Lukas Garcia, Suffield, CT, Major: BUS
Madeline Siegel, Malvern, PA, Major: BUS
Madelyn Sekscenski, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Madison Nastri, Rocky Hill, CT, Major: BUS
Madison Trask, Southington, CT, Major: BUS
Maisam Khan, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Marcel Miller, Branford, CT, Major: BUS
Marcelo Giantomidis, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Marckendy Jean-Baptiste, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Maria Lujan, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Maria Sofia Lequerica, Fairfield, CT, Major: BUS
Mariam Noorzad, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Mary Foley, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Matthew Desrosiers, North Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Matthew Kubel, Fairfield, CT, Major: BUS
Matthew Maignan, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Matthew Milano, New Fairfield, CT, Major: BUS
Matthew Peterson, Northford, CT, Major: BUS
Max Paolillo, North Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Megan Bari, Naugatuck, CT, Major: BUS
Megan Houston, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Meghan Kane, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Melany Henriquez-Schmutz, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Metin Tandogan, Mystic, CT, Major: BUS
Micahlyn Vaichus, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Michael Cardone, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS
Michael Pernel, East Hartford, CT, Major: BUS
Michael Rayo, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Michael Szturma, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: BUS
Michelle Oravec, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Mikayla Hartman-Brown, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Milagritos Del Pilar Izaguirre, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Minellys Dejesus, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Morgan Tuscano, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Nailah Franklin, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Nia Atwood, waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Nicholas Braga, Chester, CT, Major: BUS
Nicholas Nesdale, North Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Nicholas Picheco, Derby, CT, Major: BUS
Nicolas Ruiz Colodrero, Zaragoza, , Major: BUS
Nicole Abbati, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Nicole Kopek, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Nielsen Felipe, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Niko Mao, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Nini Yangga, Waterford, CT, Major: BUS
Noah Campbell, Uncasville, CT, Major: BUS
Noah Falcioni, Ansonia, CT, Major: BUS
Noah Foster, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Patrick Martin, Seymour, CT, Major: BUS
Peter Cappetta, Guilford, CT, Major: BUS
Phoebe Corey, Higganum, CT, Major: BUS
Preston Baldovin, Oxford, CT, Major: BUS
Quentin Askew, Middletown, CT, Major: BUS
Rachel Papa, North Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Ramesh Reid, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Ramon Pons, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Raxena Husain, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Raymond Cervone, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Riley Bjornberg, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Romi Patel, Orange, CT, Major: BUS
Ronan Goncalves, Bridgeport, CT, Major: BUS
Ronnie Pinkard, South Windsor, CT, Major: BUS
Ross Roberts, Middletown, CT, Major: BUS
Ryan Celini, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Sachin Manning, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Samir Murga, Derby, CT, Major: BUS
Sarah Beverage, Wallingford, CT, Major: BUS
Sarah Ewert, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Sarah Howley, Old Saybrook, CT, Major: BUS
Sarah Santini, Orange, CT, Major: BUS
Scott Bohannon, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Shahnawaz Sherwani, Avon, CT, Major: BUS
Shanikqua Thompson, Hamden, CT, Major: BUS
Sharmila Nishi, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Shay Murphy, Thomaston, CT, Major: BUS
Sheleice Fair, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Shivam Patel, Killington, VT, Major: BUS
Sienna Santiago, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS
Stephanie De Oliveira, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Stephanie Soto, West Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Steven Romano, Milford, CT, Major: BUS
Susan Minkowski, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Talia Ranocchia, Stratford, CT, Major: BUS
Tanner Correia, Waterford, CT, Major: BUS
Tapiwa Musandu, Waterbury, CT, Major: BUS
Tea Hima, Wethersfield, CT, Major: BUS
Thomas Faller, Jupiter, FL, Major: BUS
Thomas Mccarthy, Trumbull, CT, Major: BUS
Tingting Xia, New Haven, CT, Major: BUS
Tony Zambito, Ridgewood, NJ, Major: BUS
Trevor Boczer, Shelton, CT, Major: BUS
Tristan Garcia, Suffield, CT, Major: BUS
Tyler Martin, Cheshire, CT, Major: BUS
Valentina Rrapi, Monroe, CT, Major: BUS
Victor Colorado, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS
Walter Martinez, Stamford, CT, Major: BUS
Zachary Bedryczuk, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: BUS
Zachary Burleigh, Southington, CT, Major: BUS
Zari Williams, Windsor, CT, Major: BUS
Ziyi Gao, Norwalk, CT, Major: BUS


Abby Hogan, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Abigail Mcmenemy, Bristol, CT, Major: ECH
Alexandra Guido, Wallingford, CT, Major: SED
Alexia Dottori, East Haven, CT, Major: SED
Alexia Petremont, Derby, CT, Major: SED
Alexis Lee, Wallingford, CT, Major: EME
Alexis Luft, Tolland, CT, Major: EME
Alexis Peck, Wallingford, CT, Major: SED
Alexis Tucker, Sandy Hook, CT, Major: EDU
Allison Vanderlyn, Watertown, CT, Major: EDU
Ally Petrella, Willington, CT, Major: SED
Alyssa Bartlett, Shelton, CT, Major: EDU
Alyssa Charlton, Trumbull, CT, Major: ECH
Alyssa-Marie Proto, New Haven, CT, Major: SED
Alysse Buzzeo, Trumbull, CT, Major: ECH
Alyvia Frobel, West Haven, CT, Major: EME
Amanda Hendrick, Bethany, CT, Major: EME
Amanda Marquis, Wallingford, CT, Major: EME
Amanda O’shea, Milford, CT, Major: SED
Amber Bowker, Old Lyme, CT, Major: SED
Amber Elusma, West Haven, CT, Major: SED
Amber Vane, Patterson, NY, Major: EDU
Andrea Palencia, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Angela Duro, Orange, CT, Major: EME
Anna Marvin, Westbrook, CT, Major: EME
Annmarie Dinicola, East Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Anthony Deponte, Wallingford, CT, Major: EDU
Anthony Pelaccia, Oxford, CT, Major: SED
Anthony Saglimbeni, Chester, CT, Major: SCE
Antonae Mcpherson, Bridgeport, CT, Major: EDU
Areli Rojas, Cromwell, CT, Major: EME
Ariana Cotto, Milford, CT, Major: EDU
Arielle Eighmy, Milford, CT, Major: SED
Ashley Ayers, Derby, CT, Major: EDU
Ashley Maebry, New Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Ashley Walker, west Haven, CT, Major: SED
Billy Allen, Bristol, CT, Major: SED
Breanne Carbone, Monroe, CT, Major: EDU
Britny Gildersleeve, N BRANFORD, CT, Major: SED
Brittainie Mooney, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Brittany Ursini, Fairfield, CT, Major: EDU
Brooke Kuryan, Madison, CT, Major: SED
Caitlin Thompson, Southbury, CT, Major: SED
Carissa O’meara, Trumbull, CT, Major: SED
Carley Bergamini, Somers, CT, Major: SED
Carly Holding, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Carly Martinson, Middletown, CT, Major: SED
Caroline Adams, Trumbull, CT, Major: EDU
Cassidy Cappannelli, New Haven, CT, Major: SED
Cassidy Marchitto, Woodbridge, CT, Major: EME
Catherine Allen, Trumbull, CT, Major: SED
Catrina Aszklar, Southington, CT, Major: EDU
Christina Gubetta, Winsted, CT, Major: SED
Christina Zaino, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Claudia Stavidlo, Southington, CT, Major: EDU
Cora Welsh, Shelton, CT, Major: EME
Cortnee Darga, East Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Courtney Jorde, Katonah, NY, Major: EDU
Courtney Sandora, Waterford, CT, Major: SED
Crystal Garcia, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Danaisa Rivera, Norwalk, CT, Major: EDU
Daniela Lara Quintana, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Danielle Fletcher, Cheshire, CT, Major: EDU
Danielle Socci, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
David Casole, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Debra Hutchinson, East Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Delaney Connors, West Hartford, CT, Major: SED
Derrick D’amato, Cheshire, CT, Major: EDU
Diana Garcia, Bridgeport, CT, Major: EDU
Elizabeth Larsen, Stratford, CT, Major: EDU
Elizabeth Simo, Norwalk, CT, Major: EDU
Ellen Stansfield, Monroe, CT, Major: SED
Elyse Mccarthy, Stratford, CT, Major: SED
Emily Lange, Monroe, CT, Major: EME
Emily Sosik, Stratford, CT, Major: EDU
Emily Tucker, Seymour, CT, Major: SED
Emma Ng, Branford, CT, Major: EME
Emma Stein, Weston, CT, Major: SED
Erin Foley, Plymouth, MA, Major: IMS
Francesca Lupo, Fairfield, CT, Major: EDU
Gabriella D’Elia, Prospect, CT, Major: EDU
Gabriella Piscitelli, Branford, CT, Major: SED
Gabrielle Klementon, Wethersfield, CT, Major: EDU
Georgia Teixeira, Bristol, RI, Major: SED
Gezime Spahiu, Shelton, CT, Major: EDU
Giana Cardonita, Guilford, CT, Major: SED
Giavanna Nicefaro, Shelton, CT, Major: EDU
Gillian Murray, West Haven, CT, Major: ECH
Gina Barron, North Haven, CT, Major: SED
Gladys Pauta Lafebre, Danbury, CT, Major: ECH
Grace Godeski, Norwalk, CT, Major: SED
Grace Mclean, Trumbull, CT, Major: EDU
Grace Parker, Prospect, CT, Major: EME
Hailey Coleman, Oxford, CT, Major: SED
Haley Grammatico, Derby, CT, Major: EDU
Haley Smith, Clinton, CT, Major: SED
Hanna Forsten, Brooklyn, CT, Major: SED
Hannah Clark, Sherman, CT, Major: SED
Hannah Hogan, Trumbull, CT, Major: EDU
Hannah Marcano, New Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Hannah Milles, Branford, CT, Major: EDU
Hannah Schmidt, Norwich, CT, Major: ECH
Heather Uphold, Old Saybrook, CT, Major: EDU
Idarmis Rodriguez Osorio, Waterbury, CT, Major: EME
Indiana Whiteman, Fairfield, CT, Major: IMS
Isabel Marchevsky, New Haven, CT, Major: IMS
Isabella Alogna, North Haven, CT, Major: EME
Isabella Martinez, Orange, CT, Major: EDU
Jackie Bennett Pyrek-Bennett, Monroe, CT, Major: SED
Jacquelinne Marroquin, Milford, CT, Major: EDU
Jada Stewart, Trumbull, CT, Major: ECH
Jason Vinisko, Torrington, CT, Major: SED
Jay Dacosta, Hamden, CT, Major: ECH
Jayde Eggert, Bethel, CT, Major: SED
Jenna Barcello, Easton, CT, Major: EDU
Jennifer Lemus-Amaya, Bridgeport, CT, Major: ECH
Jessica Gilbert, New Canaan, CT, Major: SED
Jessica Koproski, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Jessica Maier, Enfield, CT, Major: SED
Johanna Zhunio, New Milford, CT, Major: EME
Jordan Paine, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Josephine Kendrick, Wethersfield, CT, Major: ECH
Judy Emery, West Haven, CT, Major: ECH
Julia Burns, Fairfield, CT, Major: EDU
Julia Raucci, West Haven, CT, Major: SED
Julia Sevell, Oxford, CT, Major: EME
Julia Sitaro, Avon, CT, Major: SED
Juliana Zaccagnino, Trumbull, CT, Major: SED
Julie Antonini, Milford, CT, Major: EDU
Justine Winiarski, Cromwell, CT, Major: SED
Kaitlyn Redente, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Kameron DeMartin, North Haven, CT, Major: SED
Karlene Welles, Newington, CT, Major: SED
Katelyn Quinn, Stratford, CT, Major: EME
Katelyn Suarez, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Katelynn Brody, Prospect, CT, Major: SED
Katherine Gilmore, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Kathryn Cullen, Stratford, CT, Major: SED
Kathy Tran, Shelton, CT, Major: EDU
Katie Williamson, Dublin 15, , Major: EME
Kayla Metzger, North Branford, CT, Major: EDU
Kaylie Broadhurst, Stratford, CT, Major: SED
Kee Jung Carlson, Naugatuck, CT, Major: EDU
Kelly Maduri, Oxford, CT, Major: SED
Kelsey Improta, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Kelsey Murzak, Wallingford, CT, Major: SED
Kendra Kochol, Southington, CT, Major: SED
Kennedy Ballard, Brookfield, CT, Major: SED
Keyaira Louis-Fin, Norwalk, CT, Major: EDU
Kiersten Ignatowski, Orange, CT, Major: EDU
Kira Hartnett, Cromwell, CT, Major: SED
Kirstin Colwell, Parkland, FL, Major: EDU
Krishna Soni, Naugatuck, CT, Major: EDU
Kristen Castro, Danbury, CT, Major: EME
Kristen Robertson, Stratford, CT, Major: SED
Kristina Fiallos, Ansonia, CT, Major: EDU
Kristina Long, Stamford, CT, Major: EME
Kylee Gustafson, Orange, CT, Major: ECH
Kylie Swatt, Shelton, CT, Major: SED
Kyoko Yoshida, Stratford, CT, Major: ECH
Lamesha Randolph, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Lauren Dooley, Hamden, CT, Major: EME
Lauren Marini, Trumbull, CT, Major: EME
Lex Lee, Watertown, CT, Major: EDU
Liliana Cremonini, New Fairfield, CT, Major: EME
Lily Deloma, Trumbull, CT, Major: EME
Macey Paradis, Terryville, CT, Major: EDU
Maddie Westcott, Wallingford, CT, Major: EDU
Madeline Carter, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Madison Barron, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Madison Longobardi, East Haven, CT, Major: SED
Madison Patkoske, Wethersfield, CT, Major: EDU
Maeve Mcadams, Southport, CT, Major: EDU
Maia Strong, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Makayla Teixeira, Naugatuck, CT, Major: SED
Makedonusa Konstandinidis, Bridgeport, CT, Major: EDU
Marisa D’amico, North Branford, CT, Major: SED
Marissa Alfield, Gales Ferry, CT, Major: ECH
Marissa Mazzetta, Manchester, CT, Major: EDU
Marly Ahearn, Wolcott, CT, Major: SED
Mary Durso-Smith, Guilford, CT, Major: EDU
Mary Luz Heidtmann, West Haven, CT, Major: SED
Matthew Mainieri, Milford, CT, Major: SED
Matthew Osora, Middletown, CT, Major: SED
McKenzie Mcdermott, Orange, CT, Major: SED
Meaghan Reilly, Sherman, CT, Major: SED
Megan Nelson, Berlin, CT, Major: EDU
Megan Robertson, Stratford, CT, Major: SED
Megan Sterpka, New Hartford, CT, Major: SED
Melanie Vieira, Shelton, CT, Major: EDU
Melia Wilcox, Pawcatuck, CT, Major: SED
Melissa Grenier, Durham, CT, Major: SED
Mengwen Ren, Beacon Falls, CT, Major: EDU
Mercedes Valentin, Meriden, CT, Major: EDU
Merci-Grace Jenkins, Northfield, CT, Major: ECH
Mia Mazzola, Madison, CT, Major: SED
Michael Delgado, Fairfield, CT, Major: SED
Michela Rutigliano, East Norwich, NY, Major: SED
Mike Ferrett, Hamden, CT, Major: SED
Miranda Anderson, Old Greenwich, CT, Major: SED
Miranda Corbin, Meriden, CT, Major: EDU
Mirna Marji, Newtown, CT, Major: EDU
Molly Smalley, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Morgan Armstrong, Woodbridge, CT, Major: EDU
Morgan Kane, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Morgan Williams, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Natalie Ferris, Shelton, CT, Major: SED
Natasha James, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SED
Neissa Celik, Wallingford, CT, Major: EDU
Nelsy Rivas, Norwalk, CT, Major: EDU
Nicolas Salvatore, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Nicole Petit, Wallingford, CT, Major: EDU
Noelle Couture, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Nora Raccio, Milford, CT, Major: EDU
Olivia Capobianco, Waterbury, CT, Major: SED
Olivia Coppola, West Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Olivia Destefani, Wethersfield, CT, Major: ECH
Olivia Jameson, Wallingford, CT, Major: EDU
Olivia O’connor, North Haven, CT, Major: SED
Olivia Santoro, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Olivia Stella, Wilton, CT, Major: EDU
Olivia Zembruski, Naugatuck, CT, Major: EDU
Paige Roosa, Cheshire, CT, Major: EDU
Pamela Karabeinikoff, Meriden, CT, Major: EDU
Rachael Radwill, Milford, CT, Major: EDU
Rachel Rowland, Shelton, CT, Major: EME
Rachel Schaffer, Fairfield, CT, Major: EDU
Rossano Digiacomo, Wethersfield, CT, Major: SED
Ryan Lopez, Shelton, CT, Major: SED
Sage Dutton, Glastonbury, CT, Major: SED
Samantha Hanrath, Coventry, CT, Major: SED
Samantha Koproski, Stamford, CT, Major: SED
Samantha Weinreb, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Samira Zuniga, Wallingford, CT, Major: EDU
Samuel Martin, Woodbridge, CT, Major: SED
Sandra Taylor, Meriden, CT, Major: EDU
Sara O’shea, Milford, CT, Major: SED
Sarah Genn, New Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Sarah Houston, North Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Sarah Inglese, North Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Sawyer Hanlon, Guilford, CT, Major: IMS
Selena Pacheco, Pawcatuck, CT, Major: EDU
Shania Blake, Stamford, CT, Major: EDU
Shanice Rhodes, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Shannon Downer, Milford, CT, Major: ECH
Shelliana Richard, Norwalk, CT, Major: EDU
Sierra Andrews, Monroe, CT, Major: EME
Simone Sheats, Hamden, CT, Major: EDU
Sonia Teixeira, Shelton, CT, Major: EDU
Stephanie Mazo, Bridgeport, CT, Major: EDU
Sydney Caccamo, Farmington, CT, Major: SED
Sydney Gigliotti, Wolcott, CT, Major: SED
Synthia Saulnier, Milford, CT, Major: SED
Tamesha Carr, New Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Tania Jimenez, Waterbury, CT, Major: EDU
Tania Johnson, East Hartford, CT, Major: EDU
Taylor Bova, Orange, CT, Major: EDU
Tehya Sweeney, Ridgefield, CT, Major: EDU
Timothy Kanaley, Sayville, NY, Major: EDU
Valerie Vasquez, Waterbury, CT, Major: EDU
Viktoria Notholt, Milford, CT, Major: EDU
William Steinbrick, Orange, CT, Major: EDU
Zehra Guven, New Haven, CT, Major: EDU
Zoie Rinaldi, Morris, CT, Major: SED


Aaliyah Anthony, New Britain, CT, Major: NUR
Aaliyah Heyward-Scott, Branford, CT, Major: SWK
Aaron Kaszas, Cheshire, CT, Major: CMD
Abigail Ashbey, Waterford, CT, Major: CMD
Abigail Karabeinikoff, Meriden, CT, Major: SWK
Abigail Kellerman, Fairfield, CT, Major: HLS
Adrian Haughton, New Haven, CT, Major: EXS
Aidoneé Blackstock, New Britain, CT, Major: HLS
Ailis Wargin, New Fairfield, CT, Major: NUR
Aleksandra Sandomierz, Stamford, CT, Major: CMD
Alex Cooke, Danbury, CT, Major: SMT
Alexa Catania, Durham, CT, Major: NUR
Alexa Corsa, Milford, CT, Major: HLS
Alexa Farkash, Northford, CT, Major: SWK
Alexa Kellner, Stamford, CT, Major: EXS
Alexander Bohen, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Alexandra Hidalgo, East Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Alexia Alexander, Walden, NY, Major: HLS
Alexis Lopez, Monroe, CT, Major: HLS
Alexis Scott, Pawcatuck, CT, Major: ATH
Alexis Trovarelli, Stratford, CT, Major: HLS
Aleysia Watson, New Haven, CT, Major: REC
Alisa Boutsady, East Hartford, CT, Major: HLS
Alisa Delaney, Stratford, CT, Major: REC
Allie Warinsky, Mansfield Center, CT, Major: HLS
Allison Dube, Middletown, CT, Major: NUR
Allison Essig, Ellington, CT, Major: HLS
Allison Perrault, New Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Alycia Calabrese, Plymouth, CT, Major: NUR
Alyson Wentzell, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Alyssa Barletta, North Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Alyssa Caldarella, North Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Alyssa Lukeski, Prospect, CT, Major: CMD
Alyssa Marin, Bristol, CT, Major: PCH
Amanda Bernardo, Prospect, CT, Major: SWK
Amanda Cusumano, Trumbull, CT, Major: NUR
Amanda Dejlitko, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Amanda Lacroix, Hamden, CT, Major: NUR
Amanda Potvin, Durham, CT, Major: CMD
Amanda Wallace, Seymour, CT, Major: CMD
Amaya Faust, East Hartford, CT, Major: SWK
Amber Deluca, Ivoryton, CT, Major: NUR
Amber Drobnak, East Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Amber Lucatino, Southbury, CT, Major: NUR
Amoy Austin, Bridgeport, CT, Major: HLS
Ana Torres Cervantes, Meriden, CT, Major: SWK
Andrea Barzola, Newington, CT, Major: NUR
Andrea Grzedzinski, East Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Andrea Mastroianni, North Branford, CT, Major: ESP
Andrew Horobin, Wallingford, CT, Major: NUR
Andrew Huston, New Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Andriy Grynyk, Newington, CT, Major: NUR
Ang Herrera, Waterbury, CT, Major: SWK
Angela Broadway, Wallingford, CT, Major: NUR
Angela Corsino, Bristol, CT, Major: PCH
Angela Urena, New Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Angelica Herrera, Waterbury, CT, Major: SWK
Angie Louis, West Haven, CT, Major: EXS
Anjali Rampersaud, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Anna Cenzalli, East Falmouth, MA, Major: REC
Anna Hunter, Waterford, CT, Major: NUR
Annie Ricupero, Uncasville, CT, Major: PCH
Anson Wang, New Haven, CT, Major: EXS
Anthony Esposito, Wallingford, CT, Major: EXS
Anthony Ligi, Wolcott, CT, Major: EXS
Antione Connor, Hamden, CT, Major: CMD
Antoinette Higgins, Branford, CT, Major: NUR
Anuj Khadka, Branford, CT, Major: HLS
Anya Celmer, West Haven, CT, Major: SMT
April Hackenson, Upton, MA, Major: REC
Areina Ransom, East Hartford, CT, Major: ESP
Ari Rivera, New Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Ariana Oeung, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Arielle Segal-Gould, Hamden, CT, Major: SWK
Aschlyn Dawson, Terryville, CT, Major: NUR
Ashleigh Fusco, torrington, CT, Major: SWK
Ashley Barry, Southington, CT, Major: CMD
Ashley Burkell, Wethersfield, CT, Major: PCH
Ashley Cisneros, West Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Ashley Coleman, Farmington, CT, Major: HLS
Ashley Landry, Bristol, CT, Major: SWK
Ashley Munoz, Southington, CT, Major: HLS
Ashley Sloan, Maywood, NJ, Major: SMT
Ashley Vogt, Deep River, CT, Major: HLS
Audra Etes, Guilford, CT, Major: SWK
Autumn Cipriano, Wolcott, CT, Major: CMD
Autumn Thomas, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Ava Blashke, Stratford, CT, Major: SWK
Ava Calabrese, Watertown, CT, Major: CMD
Ava Fernand, New Fairfield, CT, Major: CMD
Basima Karzoun, Milford, CT, Major: PCH
Begotty Laroche, Manchester, CT, Major: EXS
Bella Lanata, Glastonbury, CT, Major: EXS
Ben Jesulaitis, Ansonia, CT, Major: CMD
Benjamin Eichman, Merrimack, NH, Major: PCH
Benjamin Godlewski, Unionville, CT, Major: PCH
Berrit Ilunga, Naugatuck, CT, Major: HLS
Beverly Rodriguez, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Blake Greer, Kittery, ME, Major: HLS
Bobby Turner, East Hartford, CT, Major: SWK
Breanna Rinaldi, Wolcott, CT, Major: HLS
Bria Cave, West Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Brian Kennedy, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Briana Corbin, Bristol, CT, Major: EXS
Briana Grecco, Thomaston, CT, Major: NUR
Briana Salemme, Shelton, CT, Major: HLS
Brianna Caffrey, Danielson, CT, Major: HLS
Brianna Lenotti, Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Brianna Shaw, Branford, CT, Major: REC
Brianna Vallejo, Prospect, CT, Major: EXS
Brianna Whitlock, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Brithney Abad, North Haven, CT, Major: HSC
Brittney Hernandez, East Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Brittney Lamar, Waterbury, CT, Major: CMD
Brooke Smith, Naugatuck, CT, Major: CMD
Caitlin Curran, Harwinton, CT, Major: HLS
Caitlin Foothorap, Shelton, CT, Major: CMD
Cameron Wong, Wethersfield, CT, Major: HLS
Camille Deguzman, Norwalk, CT, Major: SWK
Cara Baker, Torrington, CT, Major: NUR
Caraline Mee, Milford, CT, Major: CMD
Carla Alexander, Trumbull, CT, Major: CMD
Carlos Vargas, Branford, CT, Major: HLS
Carly Douglas, Ansonia, CT, Major: HLS
Carmen Felo, Groton, CT, Major: NUR
Carmen Jacobson, New London, CT, Major: SWK
Carol Peckham, Wethersfield, CT, Major: NUR
Carrie Werning, Wilton, CT, Major: ESP
Cassidy Girolamo, Newington, CT, Major: EXS
Catherine Pietrafesa, Burlington, CT, Major: NUR
Cawidminda Felix, Norwich, CT, Major: HLS
Cecilia Rivas, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PCH
Chad Fedeli, Monroe, CT, Major: ESP
Chanel Bonsu, East Hartford, CT, Major: PCH
Chelsea DellaRocca, North Branford, CT, Major: NUR
Chelsea Morin, Broad Brook, CT, Major: NUR
Cherise Trout, Windsor, CT, Major: HSC
Chloe Stancuna, Wallingford, CT, Major: NUR
Christian Silvernale, New Haven, CT, Major: PCH
Christianne Delda, Woodbridge, CT, Major: NUR
Ciara Fradette, stratford, CT, Major: HLS
Ciera Youmell, Hinsdale, NH, Major: SWK
Claudia Marin, Trumbull, CT, Major: SWK
Clayton Roberts, Meriden, CA, Major: SWK
Codi Sealund, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PCH
Cole Kabel, Monroe, CT, Major: EXS
Corinne Sadinsky, Woodbridge, CT, Major: ATH
Daisy Green, Milford, CT, Major: HLS
Daniela Labrador, Stamford, CT, Major: NUR
Danielle Alves, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Danielle Gonzalez, Meriden, CT, Major: PCH
Danielle Ocasio, Trumbull, CT, Major: HLS
Danielle Ott, Guilford, CT, Major: CMD
Danika Wagener, Bethel, CT, Major: NUR
David Hernandez, East Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Dayana Lituma-Solis, New Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Daylichelle Rivera, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Delaney Fields, Denver, CO, Major: ESP
Delaney Franzen, Trumbull, CT, Major: CMD
Destine Samedy, Hamden, CT, Major: HLS
Destini Montgomery, Waterbury, CT, Major: REC
Destiny Ortiz, Manchester, CT, Major: SWK
Diana Garcia, Meriden, CT, Major: SWK
Diana Meneses, Durham, CT, Major: SWK
Dina Tunon, West Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Doishellys Rodriguez, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Donnie Higgins, Branford, CT, Major: NUR
Dorian Kruczek, New Hartford, CT, Major: NUR
Drew Dossias, Bristol, CT, Major: HLS
Drew Rousseau, Glastonbury, CT, Major: SMT
Dylan Riedl, Oakville, CT, Major: EXS
Eirenie Athanasoulis, Newtown, CT, Major: NUR
Eleanor Casner, Cheshire, CT, Major: CMD
Eleanor Duva, West Hartford, CT, Major: CMD
Eleni Totonis, Glastonbury, CT, Major: HLS
Elizabeth Dipiero, Enfield, CT, Major: NUR
Elizabeth Villano, North Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Elizabeth Zeilik, Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Ella White, Gurnee, IL, Major: EXS
Emani Stewart, Bristol, CT, Major: HLS
Emily Aguirre, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Emily Balasco, Seekonk, MA, Major: EXS
Emily Cole, Northford, CT, Major: HLS
Emily Gibbs, North Haven, CT, Major: REC
Emily Letourneau, Guilford, CT, Major: REC
Emily Morey, Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Emily Nadile, Southington, CT, Major: CMD
Emily Ocasio, Trumbull, CT, Major: NUR
Emily Sasseville, Vernon Rockville, CT, Major: REC
Emily Thompson, New Milford, CT, Major: NUR
Emily Wisniewski, Waterbury, CT, Major: EXS
Emily Ziemba, Wallingford, CT, Major: SWK
Emily Rose Ryan, Bristol, CT, Major: CMD
Emma Fain, Ledyard, CT, Major: SWK
Emma Korman, Stamford, CT, Major: CMD
Emma Lockwood, Southington, CT, Major: SWK
Emma Mcmurray, Middletown, CT, Major: ESP
Emma Piatek, Rockfall, CT, Major: PCH
Emma Riebe, Newtown, CT, Major: SWK
Emmanuel Forson, West Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Envy Solis, Waterbury, CT, Major: SWK
Eric Figueiredo Garcia, New Fairfield, CT, Major: SMT
Erin Hourihan, Rocky Hill, CT, Major: NUR
Erin McManus, Bristol, CT, Major: SWK
Eunice Kim, Shelton, CT, Major: CMD
Evauna Matejek, Bethany, CT, Major: HLS
Evelin Gonzalez, Norwalk, CT, Major: HLS
Faith Mancarella, Durham, CT, Major: NUR
Fatou Muteba, Bridgeport, CT, Major: NUR
Fausto Rivadeneira, Westbrook, CT, Major: HLS
Felicia Laguerre, Attleboro, MA, Major: NUR
Gabriella Caruso, Orange, CT, Major: PED
Gabriella Gaytan, Norwalk, CT, Major: HLS
Gabrielle Giaquinto, West Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Gemma Sherman, Waterford, CT, Major: HLS
Georgia Gray, Ellington, CT, Major: HLS
Gianna Rapuano, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Gianna Spino, Hamden, CT, Major: SMT
Gifty Asante, Manchester, CT, Major: PCH
Glorybel Soto, Waterbury, CT, Major: NUR
Gozde Citlak, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Grace Beckley, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Grace Gilbert, Old Lyme, CT, Major: HLS
Gracie Marsh, Greenwood, IN, Major: NUR
Greta Brunello, Norwalk, CT, Major: EXS
Gulbahar Erkmen, West Haven, CT, Major: HSC
Gunnar Poulimas, Orange, CT, Major: EXS
Hailey Smith, Stratford, CT, Major: HLS
Haille Cash, Thomaston, CT, Major: NUR
Haley Doll, Rocky Hill, CT, Major: CMD
Haley Manning, Lebanon, CT, Major: HLS
Hallie Granoth, Cheshire, CT, Major: SWK
Hanane Lagrane, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Hannah Aforismo, Newington, CT, Major: SWK
Hannah Augur, Northford, CT, Major: HLS
Hannah Bowen, Enfield, CT, Major: SWK
Hannah Coppola, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Hannah Ives, Brooklyn, CT, Major: NUR
Hannah Melendez, Hamden, CT, Major: EXS
Hazel Kurak, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Heather Edwards, East Hampton, CT, Major: HLS
Heylee Purcell, Monroe, CT, Major: SWK
Hunter Race, East Lyme, CT, Major: HSC
Ian Puebla, Fairfield, CT, Major: SMT
Imaan Jabarkhail, Madison, CT, Major: NUR
Isabel Cortez, Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Isabel Lopez, Norwalk, CT, Major: HLS
Isabella Garvey, Southington, CT, Major: HLS
Isabella Scandura, Wethersfield, CT, Major: NUR
Ishara Mufungizi, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Izabella Mott, Northford, CT, Major: HLS
Izadorha Cayo, Weston, CT, Major: SWK
Jacia Oquendo, Manchester, CT, Major: HLS
Jack Drewry, Wolcott, CT, Major: HLS
Jack Oltran, Newtown, CT, Major: HLS
Jackson Ostrowsky, Mount Pleasant, MI, Major: SMT
Jacob Gran, Southbury, CT, Major: SMT
Jacqueline Salgado, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Jacqulynn Espinet, Torrington, CT, Major: PCH
Jada Jeffrey, Oakville, CT, Major: CMD
Jade Longo, Bristol, CT, Major: CMD
Jafiah Edwards, Ann Arbor, MI, Major: PCH
Jake Rivera, Branford, CT, Major: NUR
James Barra, North Haven, CT, Major: PCH
James Falvey, West Hartford, CT, Major: ATH
James Heuschkel, New Hartford, CT, Major: NUR
James Magson, Hamden, CT, Major: ESP
James Manzo, North Haven, CT, Major: EXS
James Michaud, Wallingford, CT, Major: REC
James Sirot, North Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Jamie Allen, Hartford, MI, Major: SMT
Jamie Shipman, Killingworth, CT, Major: SWK
Jamie Slubowski, Northford, CT, Major: HLS
Janaya Edwards, New Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Jane Marlor, Bethany, CT, Major: CMD
Jane Sherman, Mystic, CT, Major: EXS
Jared Signore, North Haven, CT, Major: SMT
Jared Smith, Orange, CT, Major: EXS
Jason Sawicki, West Haven, CT, Major: ESP
Jay Boynton, Bethany, CT, Major: NUR
Jeanie Dunleavy, Wallingford, CT, Major: SWK
Jeffery Glazier, Wallingford, CT, Major: SWK
Jeffrey Varesio, Prospect, CT, Major: NUR
Jen Ng, Fairfield, CT, Major: HLS
Jenna Deraborne, North Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Jenna Papallo, Meriden, CT, Major: NUR
Jenna Papandrea, Colchester, CT, Major: NUR
Jenna Swort, Trumbull, CT, Major: CMD
Jennifer Adorno, Bridgeport, CT, Major: HLS
Jennifer Brubacher, North Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Jennifer Chernin, Waterbury, CT, Major: NUR
Jennifer Laneville, Bethlehem, CT, Major: ESP
Jennifer Martinez, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CMD
Jennyfer Jarrin, New Haven, CT, Major: HSC
Jeremiah Smith, Milford, CT, Major: HLS
Jesmar Suarez, Stamford, CT, Major: SWK
Jesseca Simpson, White Plains, NY, Major: PCH
Jessica Cunningham, Suffield, CT, Major: PCH
Jessica Garbinski, Clinton, CT, Major: HLS
Jessica Komacki, Naugatuck, CT, Major: CMD
Jessica Laverty, Burlington, CT, Major: NUR
Jessica Lopes, Shelton, CT, Major: HLS
Jessica Perley, Shelton, CT, Major: HLS
Jessica Perucki, West Milford, NJ, Major: EXS
Jewell Quashie, Stratford, CT, Major: SWK
Jhoan Palacio, Norwalk, CT, Major: ESP
Jillian Elliott, North Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Jing Wang, Orange, CT, Major: NUR
JJ Gargano, North Branford, CT, Major: SMT
Jocelyn Benitez, Seymour, CT, Major: HLS
Jodi Steeves, Wallingford, CT, Major: SWK
Johmayrys Aular, Waterbury, CT, Major: SWK
John Guaraca Llivicura, West Haven, CT, Major: PCH
Johnna Coleman, Windsor, CT, Major: HLS
Jonathan Curtin, Pawcatuck, CT, Major: HLS
Joneal Scott, Waterbury, CT, Major: HSC
Jordan Parsons, Fairfield, CT, Major: NUR
Jordan Peloquin, Greenville, RI, Major: EXS
Jordan Welch, East Hampton, CT, Major: EXS
Jordyn Franco, Guilford, CT, Major: EXS
Josegardine Beaucejour, Wallingford, CT, Major: HLS
Joseph Tang, Wallingford, CT, Major: NUR
Joseph Veselak, Hamden, CT, Major: HLS
Joshua Ackerler, Lake Grove, NY, Major: PED
Joshua Chandler, West Hartford, CT, Major: SWK
Joshua Huebner, Milford, CT, Major: EXS
Joshua Wettemann, Guilford, CT, Major: ESP
Joslyn DePina, Trumbull, CT, Major: EXS
Juan Zeceña, Stamford, CT, Major: EXS
Juli Torres-Parra, Brigeport, CT, Major: NUR
Julia Conti, Greenwich, CT, Major: NUR
Julia Jenkins, Chester, CT, Major: CMD
Julia Schaff, Groton, MA, Major: CMD
Julian Mangual, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Juliana Pinto, New Haven, CT, Major: HSC
Julie Golebiewski, Old Lyme, CT, Major: PCH
Juwan Torres, Meriden, CT, Major: HLS
Kadian Morgan, Stratford, CT, Major: HLS
Kaitlyn D’amico, Middletown, CT, Major: HLS
Kaitlynn Cooke, West Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Karen Cortezano-Garcia, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Karla Pena, Waterbury, CT, Major: SWK
Kat Kowal, Granby, CT, Major: SWK
Katarina Viniczay, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Katharine Hunsberger, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Katherine Heer, East Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Katherine Rodriguez, Waterbury, CT, Major: SWK
Kathleen Attolino, Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Katie Gaccione, North Stonington, CT, Major: NUR
Katie Pelletier, Waterbury, CT, Major: CMD
Katrina Corbeil, Groton, CT, Major: HLS
Kayla Benjamin, Springfield, MA, Major: SWK
Kayla Britton, Woodbridge, CT, Major: HLS
Kayla Gambardella, Wallingford, CT, Major: HLS
Kayla Jurzyk, Milford, CT, Major: NUR
Kaylianna Bryant, Wallingford, CT, Major: PCH
Keith Murphy, Stratford, CT, Major: EXS
Kelli Krofssik, Hamden, CT, Major: CMD
Kelly Hurd, Shelton, CT, Major: PED
Kendra Bucci, Sandy Hook, CT, Major: ESP
Kenisha Villanueva, New Britain, CT, Major: CMD
Kenneth Corichi-Irizarry, East Haven, CT, Major: EXS
Keriany Otero, New Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Kevin Reilly, Southbury, CT, Major: NUR
Kiara Matias, New Britain, CT, Major: HLS
Kiefer Rodriguez, Woodbridge, CT, Major: SWK
Kieyshona Taylor, Hamden, CT, Major: PCH
Kim Fontanilla, Greenwich, CT, Major: EXS
Korinn Chelednik, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Kourtney Costello, Dedham, MA, Major: REC
Krista Powell, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Kristen Marcano, New Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Krystin Brady, North Branford, CT, Major: NUR
Kyla Farrell, Litchfield, CT, Major: HLS
Kyla Houston, Wallingford, CT, Major: PCH
Kyle Menta, Prospect, CT, Major: EXS
Kylie Carino, Milford, CT, Major: CMD
Laura Bellemare, Bristol, CT, Major: NUR
Laura Cruz, Meriden, CT, Major: HLS
Laura Moncada, Meriden, CT, Major: SWK
Lauren Borsavage, New Milford, CT, Major: ATH
Lauren Pfannenbecker, East Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Lauren Podany, Shelton, CT, Major: NUR
Lauren Ross, Uncasville, CT, Major: EXS
Lauren Stearns, Cheshire, CT, Major: CMD
Lauren Young, Farmington, CT, Major: HLS
Leah Burby, New Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Leah Karaban, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Leah Olmstead, Wolcott, CT, Major: HLS
Leonard Gabriel, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Lexi Macdonald, West Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Lianne Iassogna, Trumbull, CT, Major: EXS
Lilian Homann, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Lilly Macfadyen, newington, CT, Major: HLS
Lily Ferranti, New Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Lily Heidgerd, Southington, CT, Major: REC
Linda Chen, North Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Lindsay Carloni, Orange, CT, Major: HLS
Lindsay Mclean, Hamden, CT, Major: SWK
Lindsay Roman, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CMD
Lindsey D’Andrea, Litchfield, CT, Major: EXS
Lisa Cormier, New Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Lisbeth Barboto Alvarado, Stratford, CT, Major: NUR
Liz Derosa, Hudson, NH, Major: EXS
Logan Flanigan, Derby, CT, Major: HLS
Louis Cavaliere, North Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Lucas Perez, Cos Cob, CT, Major: ESP
Luis Alvarez, West Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Luis Vazquez, New Haven, CT, Major: EXS
Lydia Cooper, Orange, CT, Major: CMD
Lyron Bennett, Roslindale, MA, Major: SMT
Macey Dicarlo, North Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Mackenzie Hays, Hamden, CT, Major: NUR
Mackenzie Melvin, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Madeline Baldwick, New Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Madeline Nazario, Branford, CT, Major: CMD
Madeline Sweeney, Cherry Hill, NJ, Major: HLS
Madison Gregory, Danbury, CT, Major: SMT
Madison Jura, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Madison Lawley, Bristol, CT, Major: SWK
Madison Miceli, Colchester, CT, Major: CMD
Madison Sosa, Milford, CT, Major: CMD
Madison Whalen, Wallingford, CT, Major: ATH
Maelan Dziedzic, Siloam Springs, AR, Major: HLS
Maeve Kennelly, Prospect, CT, Major: SWK
Maggie Mahoney, Clinton, CT, Major: HLS
Maggie Yeh, West Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Makaila Vasquez-Steele, West Hartford, CT, Major: HLS
Makana Michaud, Hamden, CT, Major: CMD
Malisa Khamphouy, North Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Malisa Phaykoo, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Marcel Walker, Piscataway, NJ, Major: SMT
Marcella Hundt, Shelton, CT, Major: NUR
Marcin Rozanski, Chicopee, MA, Major: NUR
Marcos Torres, Torrington, CT, Major: HSC
Mariah Mcbride, Enfield, CT, Major: SMT
Marian Chelsea Barcial, Oakville, CT, Major: NUR
Marina Callahan, Milford, CT, Major: HLS
Marisa Fahy, Berlin, CT, Major: NUR
Marisa Howard, Ledyard, CT, Major: NUR
Marissa Mastroianni, Southington, CT, Major: SWK
Marissa Qualich, Uncasville, CT, Major: CMD
Marwa Abdelati, West Haven, CT, Major: HLS
Marwa Sarwari, Ansonia, CT, Major: PCH
Mary Beames, Guilford, CT, Major: EXS
Mary Charlebois, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Mary Mccormack, Waterbury, CT, Major: CMD
Marybeth Nwagboli, Branford, CT, Major: HLS
Mason Capozza, Derby, CT, Major: REC
Mathew Kolashuk, Oakdale, CT, Major: EXS
Matilda Odozi, Hamden, CT, Major: HLS
Matthew Brevard, Danbury, CT, Major: EXS
Matthew Diurno, Norwalk, CT, Major: SMT
Matthew Haley, East Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Matthew Hampton, Woodbury, CT, Major: EXS
Matthew Zelanin, Shelton, CT, Major: EXS
Max Naranjo, Bristol, CT, Major: NUR
Mckenna Cronin, Prospect, CT, Major: HLS
McLaine Rutan, Deep River, CT, Major: CMD
Meagan Giwoyna, Groton, CT, Major: HLS
Medina Duracak, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Meg Christoforo, North Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Megan Dombrowski, Lynchburg, VA, Major: ATH
Megan Koscinski, Meriden, CT, Major: NUR
Megan Mercer, Danbury, CT, Major: CMD
Megan Perreault, Wolcott, CT, Major: HLS
Megan Tallberg, Derby, CT, Major: NUR
Megan Yale, Middlefield, CT, Major: SWK
Melissa Fernandez-Castillo, Meriden, CT, Major: HLS
Melquicedex Hernandez, Waterbury, CT, Major: NUR
Michael Keating, Waterbury, CT, Major: CMD
Michael Morena, Massapequa, NY, Major: REC
Michael Mozzicato, Wethersfield, CT, Major: SMT
Michele Lorraine, Glastonbury, CT, Major: CMD
Michelle Jobes, South Windsor, CT, Major: CMD
Michelle Pomeroy, Guilford, CT, Major: CMD
Mikayla Bruton, Deep River, CT, Major: HLS
Mikenzy Golebiewski, Cheshire, CT, Major: CMD
Miranda Juan, Bridgeport, CT, Major: HLS
Molly Wright, Plantsville, CT, Major: NUR
Monique Cloutier, East Hampton, CT, Major: SWK
Monique Szabo, Southington, CT, Major: EXS
Morgan Duling, Southington, CT, Major: CMD
Morgan Fernald, Guilford, CT, Major: NUR
Morgan Frenette, Bristol, CT, Major: CMD
Mouna Kafel, Branford, CT, Major: HLS
Nacham Miranda, Cromwell, CT, Major: CMD
Nadia-Maria Roshenets, Fairfield, CT, Major: CMD
Naissie Dumarsais, Stamford, CT, Major: HLS
Najow Alomran, Hamden, CT, Major: PCH
Natalee Giacondino, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Natalia Adamczyk, Southington, CT, Major: HLS
Natalie Arneson, Cheshire, CT, Major: CMD
Natalie Vetto, Cheshire, CT, Major: CMD
Natassija Sinclair, Windsor, CT, Major: CMD
Neka Nwagboli, Branford, CT, Major: PCH
Nevan Burke, Greenwich, CT, Major: HLS
Nicholas Foell, Milford, CT, Major: EXS
Nicholas Kraszewski, East Haven, CT, Major: HSC
Nicholas Vollero, West Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Nicholle Denault, West Hartford, CT, Major: CMD
Nicole Alvarez, Brookfield, CT, Major: SWK
Nicole Baral, Bristol, CT, Major: REC
Nicole Dunn, Fairfield, CT, Major: EXS
Nicole Fawell, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Nicole Galindo, Niantic, CT, Major: PCH
Nicole Lara, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SWK
Nicole Richards, Stratford, CT, Major: EXS
Nicole Rizzo, Derby, CT, Major: CMD
Nicole Sablian, New Milford, CT, Major: CMD
Nicoya Benham-Marin, Wethersfield, CT, Major: NUR
Nina Santella, Fairfield, CT, Major: HLS
Noah Luby, Manchester, CT, Major: NUR
Noel Diaz, Danbury, CT, Major: SMT
Noely Macias, Fitchburg, MA, Major: EXS
Nolan Scott, Branford, CT, Major: ATH
Noor Khalid, Orange, CT, Major: REC
Nytoni Jones, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Olivia Collins, Monroe, CT, Major: HLS
Olivia Courtemanche, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Olivia Czachor, Ansonia, CT, Major: SWK
Olivia Osterberg, Trumbull, CT, Major: CMD
Olivia Pineau, Shelton, CT, Major: CMD
Paige Bullock, Orange, CT, Major: PCH
Paige Tetro, Enfield, CT, Major: REC
Patricia Conroy, Staten Island, NY, Major: CMD
Patricia Sawicki, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Patrick Wakefield, Amston, CT, Major: SMT
Paula Marte, Groton, CT, Major: SWK
Paulina Ferraro, Guilford, CT, Major: HLS
Paulina Serafin, Bristol, CT, Major: CMD
Pauline Dianne Makinano, Derby, CT, Major: NUR
Pee-Bessa Ekpede, East Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Peter Grant, Trumbull, CT, Major: PCH
Peter Olson, Shelton, CT, Major: NUR
Princess Frimpong, East Hartford, CT, Major: HLS
Qristopher Johnson, New Haven, CT, Major: PCH
Quintee Garrett, Bloomfield, CT, Major: SWK
Rachael Iverson, Ellington, CT, Major: CMD
Rachael Pollier, Charlton, MA, Major: NUR
Rachel Fleischer, Oxford, CT, Major: EXS
Rachel Nagy, Trumbull, CT, Major: SWK
Rachel Wojtkiewicz, North Franklin, CT, Major: SWK
Raffaele Vescio, Norwalk, CT, Major: PED
Raquel Robinson, Ridgefield, CT, Major: HLS
Rashawna Brown, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SWK
Rassica Bakane, Milford, CT, Major: HLS
Rebecca Barrett, Easton, CT, Major: CMD
Rebekah Heiland, West Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Reem Abdel-Hack, Shelton, CT, Major: HLS
Rehema Mtawali, Manchester, CT, Major: HLS
Reynaliz Vargas, East Hartford, CT, Major: NUR
Robert Noel, Stratford, CT, Major: REC
Robert Nunez, Valley Stream, NY, Major: ESP
Robert Wehmhoff, Westport, CT, Major: REC
Roberto Balado, Milford, CT, Major: EXS
Rocco Samoker, Derby, CT, Major: EXS
Rocio Martinez, Derby, CT, Major: SWK
Rodnesha Patterson, North Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Rohit Thapa, Branford, CT, Major: PCH
Rossella Graniero, Wappingers Falls, NY, Major: EXS
Ruth Louis, Bridgeport, CT, Major: PCH
Ryan Lajoie, Norwalk, CT, Major: EXS
Ryan Slesinski, Plantsville, CT, Major: HLS
Sabrina Mone, Northford, CT, Major: SWK
Sam Gontarz, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Samantha Bryant, Wasilla, AK, Major: ESP
Samantha Falango, Hamden, CT, Major: SWK
Samantha Kaufman, Oxford, CT, Major: NUR
Samantha Klapproth, Stafford Springs, CT, Major: HLS
Samantha Plasky, Prospect, CT, Major: HLS
Samantha Widomski, Shelton, CT, Major: CMD
Sammi Huang, Uncasville, CT, Major: HLS
Sara Bernal-Garcia, Madison, CT, Major: HLS
Sarafinah Kolaski, Barrington, RI, Major: REC
Sarah Brown, Seymour, CT, Major: HLS
Sarah Garvan, Shelton, CT, Major: NUR
Sarah Gutman, Hamden, CT, Major: EXS
Sarah Salvati, Cheshire, CT, Major: NUR
Sarah Velez, branford, CT, Major: CMD
Satori Mcdermott, Cromwell, CT, Major: HLS
Sawyer Mcewen, Cheshire, CT, Major: ESP
Sean Selander, Wallingford, CT, Major: HLS
Selah Casey, Preston, CT, Major: CMD
Serena Arduini, Woodbridge, CT, Major: NUR
Serena Jagernauth, Waterbury, CT, Major: HLS
Sergey Castelot, Oxford, CT, Major: EXS
Seth Papay, Weston, CT, Major: HLS
Shanica Rochester, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SWK
Shannon Farrell, Chipping Norton, NSW, , Major: ESP
Shelby Segala, Fairfield, CT, Major: REC
Sheyenne Sinicrope, Meriden, CT, Major: NUR
Shua Kim, Woodbridge, CT, Major: PCH
Sierra Penner, Cheshire, CT, Major: NUR
Sofia Brindisi, North Branford, CT, Major: SWK
Sophia Kaiser, Norwich, CT, Major: HSC
Sophia Tuozzoli, Bridgeport, CT, Major: SWK
Sophie Kurtz, Cheshire, CT, Major: HSC
Sophie Marcella, Windsor Locks, CT, Major: HLS
Stacy Foster, Milford, CT, Major: SWK
Stefania Pena Pineda, Waterbury, CT, Major: REC
Steffan Calderon-Mayette, Southington, CT, Major: SMT
Stephanie Marquez, East Hartford, CT, Major: SMT
Stephanie Poulin, Terryville, CT, Major: NUR
Stephanie Seymour, North Branford, CT, Major: NUR
Suhanee Patel, Berlin, CT, Major: NUR
Sydney Benoit, Thomaston, CT, Major: HLS
Sydney French, oxford, CT, Major: HLS
Tabatha Novoa, Cromwell, CT, Major: NUR
Talya Eriksen, Middletown, CT, Major: CMD
Tami Stanford, Hamden, CT, Major: HLS
Tanya Emmerich, Old Lyme, CT, Major: SWK
Tatiana Gonzalez, Meriden, CT, Major: EXS
Tatiana Polanco, Meriden, CT, Major: CMD
Taylor Bowie, Bloomfield, CT, Major: HLS
Taylor Burkle, Guilford, CT, Major: CMD
Taylor Wyatt, Clinton, CT, Major: HLS
Theresa Anifori, Wallingford, CT, Major: CMD
Theresa Jarrett, Westport, CT, Major: SWK
Tia-Maria Pascarelli, Shelton, CT, Major: HLS
Tiajah Coles, Bridgeport, CT, Major: ESP
Tiara Mitchell, East Hartford, CT, Major: SWK
Tiffany Delia, Monroe, CT, Major: NUR
Tiffany McCormick, meriden, CT, Major: SWK
Tiffany Mendez, Bridgeport, CT, Major: CMD
Timera Hawthorne, Waterford, CT, Major: HLS
Tommy Co, Hamden, CT, Major: HLS
Tracy Nham, Waterbury, CT, Major: NUR
Tyeesha Williams, East Hartford, CT, Major: HLS
Uruj Khan, Trumbull, CT, Major: PCH
Valentina Hines, Ledyard, CT, Major: SWK
Valeria Rugerio, New Haven, CT, Major: CMD
Vanessa Lopez, Shelton, CT, Major: HLS
Vanessa Mangiafico, Litchfield, NH, Major: NUR
Vanessa Misurale, Stratford, CT, Major: HLS
Victoria Acampora, Woodbridge, CT, Major: EXS
Victoria Deluca, Killingworth, CT, Major: HLS
Victoria Denegre, North Branford, CT, Major: CMD
Victoria Major, Norwalk, CT, Major: HLS
Victoria Marino, Hamden, CT, Major: CMD
Vinnie Campagnuolo, North Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Vonsai Keth, East Haven, CT, Major: EXS
William Heilshorn, Wallingford, CT, Major: EXS
William Sullivan, Valley Cottage, NY, Major: SMT
William Von Brauchitsch, Fairfield, CT, Major: SMT
Wula Cham, Somers, CT, Major: HLS
Ximena Vega, Norwalk, CT, Major: SWK
Yarixa Santiago, Waterbury, CT, Major: PCH
Yezmin Crespo-Adorno, New Haven, CT, Major: NUR
Ying Lin, Hamden, CT, Major: NUR
Yolanda Gibson-Holland, New Haven, CT, Major: SWK
Yusra Shaban, Meriden, CT, Major: HSC
Yvonne Malone, Hamden, CT, Major: CMD
Zachary Alicea, Newington, CT, Major: HSC
Zachary Bukowski, New Haven, CT, Major: EXS
Zachary Caruso, Cos Cob, CT, Major: SMT
Zachary Healy, Enfield, CT, Major: NUR
Zachary Horobin, Wallingford, CT, Major: NUR
Zack Penn, New Hartford, CT, Major: SMT
Zainab Malik, Bristol, CT, Major: HLS
Zoe Morris, Rockfall, CT, Major: NUR


Amber Earl-Bracey, Bridgeport, CT, Major: GNS
Cassandra Bonilla, Bristol, CT, Major: GNS
Evelyn Folson-Bertrand, East Haven, CT, Major: GNS


Amanda Sherman, Shelton, CT
Anya Boyd, New London, CT
Ava Pulisciano, Cheshire, CT
Biance Troche, Waterbury, CT
Breanna Arce, Waterbury, CT
Brianna Serrano, Bridgeport, CT
Cassidy Silvernail, Trumbull, CT
Crispin Carr, Bridgeport, CT
Daniela Sevilla, Meriden, CT
Emily Cummings, West Haven, CT
Ernest Marsan, Milford, CT
Francis Lembo, Stratford, CT
Garrett Yocher, Orange, CT
Grace Andrade, Stratford, CT
Isabella Newbury, Moosup, CT
Jhobani Garcia, New Haven, CT
Joe Youn, Branford, CT
Jonathan Williams, Milford, CT
Jordan Davey, Norwalk, CT
Kevin Spencer, North Haven, CT
Lauren Merly, Bethany, CT
Marissa Fusco, Branford, CT
Mayra Ortiz Lopez, Waterbury, CT
Nicole Mcfarlane, Wethersfield, CT
Osaretin Osagie, Norwich, CT
Peter Gjuraj, Derby, CT
Ryan Soules, Mount Vernon, NY
Tarcy Castro, Fairfield, CT
Tyler Simeon, Norwalk, CT
Victoria Shimmield, Wallingford, CT

Asma Rahimyar
Asma Rahimyar

Asma Rahimyar – a senior pursuing a double baccalaureate degree in political science and philosophy at Southern – will become the first Rhodes Scholar in the university’s history.

Rahimyar, a Trumbull resident and daughter of Afghan refugees, was among 32 Americans chosen for the prestigious award from an applicant pool exceeding 2,300, according to Elliot F. Gerson, American secretary of the Rhodes Trust.

The award is considered one of the most prestigious academic honors in the world. Applicants are chosen based on several criteria with academic excellence being the foremost. “We seek outstanding young people of intellect, character, leadership and commitment to service,” Gerson said.

Rahimyar said she is proud to represent her family, community and Southern.

“It’s exciting, overwhelming, and also very humbling,” she said. “I had no expectations of making it to this point.

“Southern has taught me how to keep my feet on the ground and reach for the stars,” Rahimyar continued. “So many of our students have life struggles outside of the classroom and it’s difficult for them to pursue their studies. They should know the sky’s the limit; there’s no limit to the extent of their aspirations.”

SCSU President Joe Bertolino said the award is a source of great pride for SCSU and all those who have supported Rahimyar throughout her “journey of great accomplishment,” noting that Rhodes Scholars are typically recipients from Yale, Harvard and other leading colleges and universities across the nation.

“Being named a Rhodes Scholar is a tribute to her outstanding qualities as a student and her passion for human rights,” he said. “And it is also testimony to the mission of empowerment and opportunity that we pursue at Southern, through a deep and enduring commitment to social justice.”

Rahimyar plans to pursue masters’ degrees in global governance and diplomacy, and in refugee and forced migration studies. She eventually hopes to obtain a doctoral degree and empower women in Afghanistan, while helping to rebuild that country through stable government.

Earlier this year, she was selected as a recipient of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship for outstanding potential for leadership, commitment to public service and academic excellence. She also has earned various other awards and serves as president of the Muslim Student Association. In addition, she has participated in a United Nations Conference on Cultural Diplomacy.

Patricia Olney, professor of political science and Rahimyar’s academic advisor who recommended her for the Rhodes Scholarship, pointed out that she also had won a competitive SCSU summer research grant of $3,000 to reconstruct the history of two Afghan villages suffering the ravages of wartime abuses during the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan in the late 1970s.

“It was these horrors her parents fled from to seek refuge in the United States and why she developed a passion for human rights, as well as refugee and immigrant rights,” Olney wrote in her letter of recommendation.

Olney said Rahimyar has compiled a remarkable 4.0 GPA, while also being very active in other activities.

“The flurry of extracurricular activity I see her so devoted to has always confounded me as she spends a minimum of six hours daily in the library and seems entirely devoted to her studies,” she continued. “Yet to Asma, academic and service activities are twin passions — neither of which can be compromised, including her many acts of kindness outside of her formal activities.”

Rahimyar will be among more than 100 students representing 60 countries who will attend Oxford University starting next October. The Rhodes Trust will pay for all of her college and university fees; provide a stipend for necessary expenses while at Oxford; and cover transportation costs to and from England.

Of the more than 2,300 applicants, 953 were endorsed by their college or university. Selection committees in each of 16 U.S. districts then invited the strongest applicants to appear before them virtually for an interview.

Two students were chosen in each of the 16 geographic districts, based on a student’s home address. Rahimyar joins a student from New Jersey attending the U.S. Naval Academy to represent District 2.


A dedicated scholar of the poetry and art of William Blake and a researcher studying medieval cartography will be presented with the 2019-20 SCSU Faculty Scholar awards at a Virtual Celebration of Excellence that will premiere on Nov. 5 at noon on Facebook Live. Anthony Rosso and Camille Serchuk, respectively, were chosen for their academic and creative work of exceptional merit and will each receive a cash prize of $2,500.

Anthony Rosso, professor of English, teaches courses in the British Eighteenth Century, the Romantic Era, the English Epic, the English Novel to 1900, Literature of the Hebrew Bible and New Testament, a Seminar in William Blake, an Introduction to British Literature 1800-Present, and all levels of Composition. An avid scholar of Blake, Rosso has published numerous lectures and conference papers, reviews, and essays, as well as three books, Blake’s Prophetic Workshop: A Study of ‘The Four Zoas’ (1993); Blake, Politics, and History, co-edited with Christopher Z. Hobson and Jackie DiSalvo (1998); and The Religion of Empire: Political Theology in Blake’s Prophetic Symbolism (2016).

Rosso’s newest book, The Religion of Empire, specifically was recognized by the Faculty Scholar Award committee for its “precision of writing,” “thorough and comprehensive quality of research,” and “important contribution the book makes to the study of Blake’s later works.” The book, which is the first monograph in the history of Blake criticism to analyze three major poems in one study, has been enthusiastically received within and beyond Rosso’s field of Blake studies. Aimed at reaching audiences in contemporary biblical, gender, and empire/post-colonial studies, the book draws on Rosso’s writings about Blake published over the last 30 years, in essence, a culmination of a lifetime of research.

In Sibylle Erle’s review in the British Association of Romantic Studies, she noted that Rosso has achieved a “beautifully written, very confident and accessible book.” Other reviewers called the book “an unparalleled ability to communicate complex readings and meanings lucidly” and “a significant, indeed landmark, contribution to Blake studies in particular and the evolution of political theology.”

Camille Serchuk, professor of Art History and assistant director of the Honors College at Southern Connecticut State University, teaches courses that focus on the art of the Middle Ages, gender and Art, and the methodology and historiography of art history. Her exhibition/catalogue “Quand les artistes dessinaient les cartes: vues et figures de l’espace français, Moyen Âge et Renaissance” was recognized by the Faculty Scholar Award committee for its interdisciplinary nature, academic merit, and public impact. Serchuk further was lauded for the project’s “colossal effort” and “prestigious setting.” Even more, the language in the exhibition texts was “evocative yet precise” and “very fun to read.”

Serchuk is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment of the Humanities, the National Humanities Center and the Newberry and Huntington Libraries. In addition to being an impassioned researcher of art and cartography in France, 1400-1600, Serchuk has published several journal articles, book chapters and reviews; she’s also been the recipient or more than a dozen scholarly grants.

Additional awardees who will be recognized at the Virtual Celebration of Excellence are:

· Joan Finn Jr. Faculty Research Fellowship: Steven Bray (Biology), Rachel Furey (English)

· Mid-Level Faculty Research Fellowship: Kelly Stiver (Psychology)

· Senior-Level Faculty Research Fellowship: Armen Marsoobian (Philosophy)

· Robert Jirsa Service Award: Susan Cusato (Environment, Geography and Marine Sciences)

· Outstanding Faculty Adviser Award: Carrie Michalski (Nursing)

· J. Philip Smith Award for Outstanding Teaching (F/T): Elliott Horch (Physics)

· J. Philip Smith Award for Outstanding Teaching (P/T): Carolyn Thompson (Environment, Geography and Marine Sciences)

· BOR Teaching Award: Thomas Radice (History)

· BOR Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award: Shelley Stoehr-McCarthy (English)

· BOR Research Award: Steven Brady (Biology)

· Million Dollar Club: Kathleen De Oliveira (Academic Success Center)

· Undergraduate Research Assistants – Faculty Award Grant: Amy Smoyer (Social Work)

· Mensa – Distinguished Teaching Award: Kenneth Walters (Psychology)

· CSU Professor: Elliott Horch (Physics)

SCSU 2020 Teachers of the Year
Carrie Michalski, Carolyn Thompson, and Elliott Horch

Elliott Horch, (right), an astrophysicist who was recently named as a CSUS Professor, and Carolyn Thompson, (center), who teaches geography as an adjunct faculty member, have been selected for the university’s J. Philip Smith Outstanding Teaching Award.

The award is given annually to a full-time faculty member, as well as a part-time faculty member, who have excelled in the classroom.

It is named after the former interim president and longtime vice president for academic affairs. Smith previously served in various capacities at Southern, including as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, as well as professor of mathematics and the first director of the Honors College. He continues to serve as an adjunct faculty member.

In addition, Carrie Michalski, (left), a professor of nursing, has been chosen as the Academic Advisor Award.

During his career, Horch has developed a super-powered device for telescopes called a Differential Speckle Survey Instrument that he once described as being like “putting eyeglasses on a telescope.” It enabled astronomers to snap photos of celestial objects many times clearer than had ever been taken. He also was tapped by NASA to assist with the Kepler Mission – a project to find potential “new Earths” in the Milky Way Galaxy.

But Horch, who earned the CSU System Research Award in 2011 and the SCSU Faculty Scholar Award in 2012, also has enjoyed a stellar teaching record and demonstrated a strong commitment to student success since he began teaching at Southern in 2007.

“The direct feedback from students and comments on course evaluations indicate that he is effective at connecting with students and getting them interested in the topic,” writes Matthew Enjalran, chairman of the Physics Department.

“Elliott’s ability to motivate students to do better derives from his enthusiasm for physics, particularly astronomy, and a genuine concern for his students and the quality of their learning experience.”

Justin Rupert, a student of Horch, underscores that sentiment.

“In the classroom, Dr. Horch was always animated about the topic of discussion, a quality I’ve not come across very often in a lecturer,” Rupert wrote. “(He) never seemed to tire of teaching, even some of the more basic principles of optics and astronomy. As a student sitting in these multi-hour lectures, it was easy to be engaged and to want to learn more.”

Thompson began teaching in the fall of 2013, according to Patrick Heidkamp, chairman of the Environment, Geography and Marine Sciences Department. “She is an innovative teacher, thoughtful scholar and terrific human being,” Heidkamp said.

“Student comments were very positive and ranged from extremely knowledgeable of the subject matter and maintaining high academic standards, to extremely helpful and compassionate….I believe Dr. Thompson is more than deserving of this award.”

Lauren Thelen, a senior nursing student, agreed.

“She has provided me with immense amount of knowledge, wisdom, and support,” Thelen wrote. “During our advisement meetings, she went above and beyond the simple task of handing me a registration pin number. She would always ask me about how I was doing in my academic life and about how I was coping with the stress of nursing.”

Meanwhile, Michalski has demonstrated a strong commitment to her students and the department, according to Chelsea Ortiz, information and admissions coordinator for the Nursing Department.

“She not only makes herself available to her assigned advisees, but also devotes time for other students seeking support in our programs,” Ortiz said. “She is a great representation of who we are as educators and nurses both on and off-campus.”


Southern’s state-of-the-art Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree program earned full accreditation this spring by the American Library Association (ALA), earning it notoriety as the only accredited program of its kind in Connecticut and one of just three in New England. With an emphasis on technology, the program is designed not only to prepare professionals to implement and manage library and information services, but with COVID-19 shaping the way people interact with physical spaces, like libraries, it also will help future librarians steer the changing landscape.

“This is a significant achievement for Southern following seven years of hard work, planning, and new decisions,” Stephen J. Hegedus, dean of Southern’s College of Education said. “The work and planning are aligned with our commitment to social justice and meeting the needs of our regional and state partners through an affordable and accessible degree program. This is the product of a shared commitment and dedication to the library communities and our students by the faculty and senior administration at Southern.”

Southern’s former Master of Library Science (MLS) program was accredited for 45 years, from 1970 to 2015. True to its name, the new online MLIS program, which launched in fall 2016, builds upon the expertise of the former program but features a curriculum that teaches students to “embrace, utilize and critically assess both current and emerging information technologies.” It consists of six core courses, including a field-based internship, five courses focused on specializations of a student’s choice, and one concluding capstone experience, which enables students to showcase and apply their knowledge and skills.

“This accreditation is very important,” Hak Joon Kim, chairperson of the Department of Information and Library Science, said. “All librarian jobs in the United States and Canada require an ALA-accredited degree to even apply. Southern’s program truly is unique.”

Kim noted that while the program has been a success so far, the journey was not without its obstacles — most notably building a program from the ground up and attaining accreditation during a pandemic.

“It takes years to even develop a new course — and we developed 20 of them to launch this program,” Kim said.

The department had prepared for an on-site visit from ALA this spring to conclude the accreditation process but quickly switched gears because of the pandemic.

“We had prepared everything for their visit,” Kim said. “ALA had never had to deal with this — Corona — and so we had to prepare for a virtual 3-day site visit instead. Everyone needed to meet online — faculty, administrators — and we shot videos instead. For the first time ever, ALA did a virtual, onsite visit, even lunch. We were caught in the middle of the pandemic, but they accommodated us and vice versa. ALA believed in us, and we had 45 years of history with them.”

In addition to its status as one of a kind in Connecticut, Kim said the MLIS program is set apart by the fact that it “closes the loop” — meaning it continually improves as the department compares learning outcomes with data sets, each semester.

“And we always ask faculty, ‘How can the program can be better?’” Kim said.

Students’ opinions also factor in. MLIS student Tanner Mroz, ‘20, sat on the Department Curriculum Committee (DCC) and has served as a graduate assistant; as such, he’s contributed student input and curriculum feedback.

“I did my undergrad at Southern,” Mroz said. “I worked at Wallingford Public Library and knew people who went to Southern, and they said [the MLIS program] was a great experience.”

An avid lifelong reader, Mroz’s ultimate goal is to work in a public library, but acknowledges that at least for now, in light of COVID-19, libraries must move away from “brick and mortar and just books.” The digital component of Southern’s MLIS program, which offers courses such as Digital Librarianship, the study of and practice in designing, constructing and evaluating digital libraries for today’s digital media curation, can help future librarians guide libraries in this process.

“At the end of the Digital Librarianship course, we picked something we were passionate about,” Mroz said. “I picked music, because I have a lot of cassettes, and then I chose to create an inserts library for the cassettes. We were developing a virtual library experience, which is especially relevant because of COVID. I think there’s a lot of creative opportunity now to help brick and mortar libraries so we can supplement them, not replace them.”

Hegedus concurred: “Libraries play a critical role in our society both in the academic communities and at the municipal level. Their identities continue to evolve with the needs of society. We are proud to offer a new library science accredited master’s program — the only one in Connecticut — that will benefit all library organizations.”

The Department would like to express its sincere thanks for the support of the University President, the Provost, the Dean of the College of Education, the ILS Advisory Board, and the Connecticut Library Community.  ILS looks forward to the future growth of the program and its continuous updating in line with the needs of the profession.

#SouthernStrong graphic with photo collage of SCSU students, faculty, staff, and alumni
As the university prepares to reopen, here’s a look at how the Southern community responded to the early phases of the COVID-19 pandemic — and upheld its commitment to education.

First, the good news. Southern’s physical campus is slated to reopen for fall 2020, with classes beginning on Aug. 26, following a staggered move-in for residence hall students. Courses will be offered in a HyFlex model, a combination of on-ground and online courses. Public health guidelines will be followed (face coverings, class size, etc.) and, if the need arises, the university is prepared to pivot to an all online schedule. The goal is to complete the entire fall semester as scheduled, with one caveat – on-ground classes will end at the Thanksgiving break. After Thanksgiving, all remaining classes and final exams will be held online and all student services will be offered remotely.

The plan is a promising return to normalcy for the campus community.

The first campus-wide warning came in January: an email with tips for fighting seasonal influenza included a sentence about the outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus identified in Wuhan, China. The news became increasingly dire in the following weeks, and, on Feb. 26, U.S. officials reported the first non-travel-related case of the illness now officially known as COVID-19.

On campus, the disease’s rapid-fire spread came to light on March 10, after a Southern student attended an event where another participant later tested positive for the virus. Southern’s physical campus was closed (initially for five days) for a deep cleaning, a process that included licensed professionals in HAZMAT suits.Southern’s campus has remained shuttered through spring and summer to date, following the Office of the Governor’s directives for statewide closures and the decision of the Connecticut State Universities and Colleges system.

At the macro-level, the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented: in early June when the university magazine in which this article first appeared went to press, there were more than 1,800,000 cases and 106,000 deaths in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — figures that have been tragically surpassed today. Like the nation and, indeed, much of the world, Southern is mourning profound losses. Students, university employees, and alumni have become ill from the virus, some seriously. While impossible to track all cases, Southern graduates have died from COVID-19.  No student has died from the virus as of June 24. The university is also navigating a new world order, driven by an overarching directive: ensuring the health and welfare of the Southern community and the community-at-large.

To be clear, the university was never closed. Instead, over a 10-day period that corresponded with students’ spring break, faculty prepared to adopt remote/online learning for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. On March 23, all Southern courses began being offered remotely /online, with summer sessions soon following suit. With fall’s campus opening in sight, here’s a look at some of Southern’s initial responses to the early phases of the pandemic.

More at:  go.SouthernCT.edu/strong    inside.SouthernCT.edu/coronavirus

Demographic of SCSU students, Grad assistants/interns/faculty/staff, with collage images
The People:

Piloting Southern through the COVID-19 pandemic is complex. The university is a home-away-from-home for 11,072 people — more residents than 44 percent of cities/towns in Connecticut. In spring 2020, the Southern community included 9,212 students (1), a figure that comprises 7,456 undergraduates and 1,756 graduate students, both full- and part-time. There are also 2,050 faculty and staff, including some 190 students working as graduate assistants/interns.

FEMA setting up cots in response to Covid-19 at SCSU Moore Fieldhouse
Changing Places:

On March 31, 2020, the National Guard began assembling a 300-bed “Connecticut Medical Station” inside Southern’s Moore Fieldhouse [above]. (2) Designed as “overflow” space for Yale New Haven-Hospital in anticipation of a surge of COVID-10 patients, the facility fortunately had not been needed as of early June. The university also made available 2,500 rooms in nine residence halls, which were used minimally to house some National Guard staff.

A New Way of Working:

Following the governor’s mandate for statewide closures, about 1,662 faculty and staff began working remotely. They are responsible for most university operations — from admissions and teaching to information technology and health services. Those designated essential employees — 34 unsung heroes as of press time — continue to regularly report to campus. Among them: the police chief and officers, and the facilities team, including grounds crew, custodians, receiving staff, mailroom workers, supervisors, dispatchers, and building tradesmen.  An additional 116 employees are on-campus on an interim basis.

Chart showing pre- and post-Covid remote learning accounts, participants, and sessions

Teaching Remotely:

Between mid-March and the end of the month, the Office of Online Learning held more than 70 webinars — including individual and group support sessions. The focus was on teaching/learning through the use of several platforms: WebEx (web conferencing), Teams (an online communication and collaboration platform), Kaltura (video), and Blackboard (educational technology). In April, the office also held a three-day online Teaching Academy, with all sessions filled to capacity. In addition to the staff from the Office of Online Learning, faculty volunteers have helped with training.

SCSU Academic Success Center has Coach Team Meeting online

Academic Support:

The Academic Success Center is working virtually to help students succeed. The center’s hours have stayed the same and its tutors, 100 PALS (Peer Academic Leaders who focus on gateway and foundational courses), Academic Success Coaches, and more than 200 student workers all mobilized online through Microsoft Teams. “The short answer is we’re here,” says Kathleen De Oliveira, director of the ASC. “We want them to succeed. Just like before, all they have to do is come and ask.”

Buley Library:

The building is closed, but the library is open for business, with 100 percent of staff working remotely. They’re a busy group. Between the shutdown and mid-May, they redesigned their web page to promote online resources and services (100,000 visitors), answered 180 questions from students, hosted numerous online events (including an online exhibit for National Poetry Month), and even used 3D printing to create mask components for health care workers at UConn Health. Since the shutdown, they’ve also activated 3,500-plus online resources, including thousands of ebooks and streaming videos.

A Global Issue:

The pandemic has been particularly challenging for students who were far from home. There were 13 Southern students studying abroad during the spring 2020 semester: 10 returned home in mid-March and three signed waivers after deciding to remain in their host countries. International students studying at Southern — both exchange students and those who are matriculated at SCSU — were helped by the Office of International Studies (OIS) and, when needed, Residence Life. (They coordinated flights and airport shuttles, ensured access to food and housing, and much more.) The 26 international exchange students studying at Southern this spring returned home by early April. But many of the 65 matriculated international students remained in the U.S., staying with extended family or in campus-sponsored accommodations at an extended stay hotel with other students.
Looking forward, Southern is holding strong to its long-term commitment to international education. Intercultural engagement and global diversity in the classroom “are the antidote to the isolationism and nationalism that the pandemic has fueled in some parts of the world,” says Erin Heidkamp, director of the Office of International Education.

SCSU student and Army National Guard member Renee Villarreal with baby
Renee Villarreal — parent, student, Army National Guard member
The Ties that Bind:

“The current situation is hard for students,” says Sal Rizza, director of New and Sophomore Programs, reflecting on the spring 2020 semester. “We’re trying to bring a little life and enjoyment. There are a ton of activities happening.” Among them: SCSU Music Trivia, The Dan Baronski Hour (peer mentor and orientation ambassador Baronski talks fashion and music), Cooking with Kyra, Coffee Chat with Student Involvement, and more.

Campus Recreation and Fitness held programs to get students moving, including a live-stream workout with President Joe Bertolino and his trainer, Hunter Fluegel, that drew about 300 viewers. Similarly, more than 200 students and 100 faculty and staff signed up for A Southern Strong Step Challenge. Many student clubs also met online, with Daphney Alston assistant director of Student Involvement, noting that the university is “really proud of how clubs and organizations have tried to figure out this new normal.”

SCSU President Joe Bertolino and volunteers deliver lawn signs to 2020 future graduates


With large gatherings prohibited, Southern is holding a virtual commencement ceremony for undergraduate and graduate students on Aug. 15 — and also found ways to immediately honor students safely. More than 1,000 celebratory yard signs were delivered to graduates; an emotional virtual pinning ceremony was held for graduating nursing majors; and seniors submitted photos and memories for a virtual yearbook and social media spotlights.

Helping Hands:

When the Southern campus closed suddenly in mid-March, Chartwells was left with an abundance of food. That’s when an existing food recovery program run by Southern’s Office of Sustainability and Chartwells sprang into action. Several students and Chartwells staff packaged more than 300 pounds of food for delivery to St. Anne’s Soup Kitchen in Hamden, Park Ridge Tower Affordable Senior Living in New Haven, and Monterey Place Senior Living in New Haven.
There were countless other outreach efforts. Southern police collected equipment from university labs/clinics to assist in relieving the PPE shortage, numerous community members made and donated face coverings, Buley Library staff 3D printed components for face masks, and more.

You helped, too:

Responding to students’ heightened need, more than 1,000 donors contributed over $500,000 during Southern’s Day of Caring, held on April 22.

SCSU Alumni collage during Covid-19 pandemic

Alumni Pride:

Thoughts are also with our alumni, many of whom are in the frontlines of fighting the pandemic. Among them are more than 11,000 graduates of the College of Health and Human Services. Similarly, as the largest educator of teachers and educational administrators in the state, Southern salutes its graduates of the College of Education — who have turned to technology to educate their young charges.

Through it all, our 93,500-plus alumni have remained a source of pride, strength, and optimism. Consider Fairfield, Conn., couple Maureen and Dan Rosa (3), both graduates of the Class of 2010, who met as Southern students in 2006. Tragically, Maureen’s father Gary Mazzone was among those killed in the crash of a World War II-era B-17 bomber plane on Oct. 2, 2019, at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Conn. A year later, the couple faced the fear of welcoming their first child during the epicenter of the pandemic. And, yet, they persevered and triumphed — and the media heralded their joy on April 2 when they welcomed their new daughter: Cecilia Hope Rosa.

Cover of SCSU Southern Alumni Magazine Summer 2020Read more stories in the Summer ’20 issue of Southern Alumni Magazine.