Performance Outcomes Based on Full-Time Continuous Enrollment

First Year

  1. Superior performance in the student's first year is defined as earning a grade point average of 3.25 or higher AND completion of 32 or more credits of academic work.
  2. High performance in the student's first year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.5-3.249 or higher AND completion of 30 or more credits of academic work.
  3. Moderate performance in the student's first year is defined as earning either a 2.5-3.249 or higher grade point average or 30 credits.
  4. Acceptable performance in the student's first year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.0-2.499 AND completion of 27 or more credits of academic work.
  5. Unacceptable performance in the student's first year is defined as earning a grade point average below 2.0 or higher OR completion of fewer than 27 credits of academic work. Refer for I.C.A.R.E. intervention.

Second Year

  1. Superior performance in the student's second year is defined as earning a grade point average of 3.25 or higher AND completion of 60 or more credits of academic work.
  2. High performance in the student's second year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.5-3.249 or higher AND completion of 60 or more credits of academic work.
  3. Moderate performance in the student's second year is defined as earning either a 2.5-3.249 or higher grade point average or 60 credits.
  4. Acceptable performance in the student's second year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.0-2.499 AND completion of 60 or more credits of academic work.
  5. Unacceptable performance in the student's second year is defined as earning a grade point average below 2.0 or higher OR completion of fewer than 60 credits of academic work. Refer for I.C.A.R.E. intervention.

Third Year

  1. Superior performance in the student's third year is defined as earning a grade point average of 3.25 or higher AND completion of 90 or more credits of academic work.
  2. High performance in the student's third year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.5-3.249 or higher AND completion of 90 or more credits of academic work.
  3. Moderate performance in the student's second year is defined as earning either a 2.5-3.249 or higher grade point average or 90 credits.
  4. Acceptable performance in the student's third year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.0-2.499 AND completion of 90 or more credits of academic work.
  5. Unacceptable performance in the student's third year is defined as earning a grade point average below 2.0 or higher OR completion of fewer than 90 credits of academic work. Refer for I.C.A.R.E. intervention.

Fourth Year

  1. Superior performance in the student's fourth year is defined as earning a grade point average of 3.25 or higher AND completion of 120 or more credits of academic work (Cum Laude and above honors conferred at graduation).
  2. High performance in the student's fourth year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.5-3.249 or higher AND completion of 120 or more credits of academic work.
  3. Moderate performance in the student's fourth year is defined as earning either a 2.5-3.249 or higher grade point average or 120 credits.
  4. Acceptable performance in the student's fourth year is defined as earning a grade point average of 2.0-2.499 AND completion of 120 or more credits of academic work.
  5. Unacceptable performance in the student's fourth year is defined as earning a grade point average below 2.0 or higher OR completion of fewer than 120 credits of academic work (Will not graduate in 4 years).

Latin Honors (Current)

Cum laude: The graduate’s grade-point average is 3.00-3.50

Magna cum laude: The graduate’s grade-point average is 3.51-3.80

Summa cum laude The graduate’s grade-point average is 3.81-4.00

Latin Honors (Beginning with the Class of 2018)

Cum laude: The graduate’s grade-point average is greater than or equal to 3.25 but less than 3.5 (3.25 ≤ gpa < 3.5)

Magna cum laude: The graduate’s grade-point average is greater than or equal to 3.5 but less than 3.8 (3.5 ≤ gpa < 3.8)

Summa cum laude: The graduate’s grade-point average is greater than or equal to 3.8 (gpa ≥ 3.8)