College of Health Sciences - Dean's List & Dean's Award
The dean’s list is one of several ways in which the University recognizes undergraduate students who achieve academic excellence. The dean’s list is published after each standard (fall/spring/summer) semester. Eligibility requirements for the dean’s list are as follows:
- Minimum Term GPA of 3.75 and 12 hours attempted with regular grading
- Minimum Term GPA of 3.65 and 12 hours attempted with regular grading
- Minimum Term GPA of 3.50 and 14 or more hours attempted with regular grading
Students attempting fewer than 12 semester hours under the regular grading system are not eligible for the Dean’s List. Courses below the 100 level will not be counted in determining eligibility for the Dean’s List.
As a further recognition of academic excellence, the University presents the Dean’s Award to undergraduate students who have achieved the Dean’s List and/or the President’s Award (see below) three times. Students receiving the Dean’s award are presented with a recognition pin by the appropriate academic dean.