Academic Honor Rolls
The colleges of the university publish, after the close of each semester, an honor roll of the highest ranking students in the college containing the names of not more than 10 percent of the undergraduate students of each class. Students are eligible for the honor roll if they are carrying at least 12 semester hours normally required for graduation by their college for their respective year. Most colleges refer to this part of the honor roll as the dean’s list.
In addition, a chancellor’s list is published each semester that recognizes those undergraduate students who achieve a 4.00 grade-point average. Students must also be carrying at least 12 semester hours normally required for graduation to be eligible for the chancellor’s list.
For honor roll eligibility, the 12 semester hours must all be in courses for which grade points are earned.