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5. A course failed in the field of concentration may be repeated once. If not successfully passed, the student is not permitted to continue in that field of concentration. 6. A student is not permitted to continue in a field of concentration in which ten or more semester hours have been failed, or in which more than six semester hours have been failed in one semester. Dean's List To honor excellence in academic performance, Gannon University names to the Dean's List students who have completed 12 credits or more with a letter grade for each and a grade point average of 3.50 or higher for the semester. A student who makes a failing grade is disqualified in that semester for the Dean's List. Dean's list is not awarded to a student with an incomplete grade. Academic Honors Students who have consistently achieved academic distinction receive the following graduation honors: Cum Laude — a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50. Magna cum Laude — a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.70. Summa cum Laude — a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.90. With Academic Honors — Associate Degree students with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50. No student with a failing grade in his/her field of concentration will receive honors at the time of graduation. Transfer students to be eligible for honors at graduation must have completed 64 semester hours (32 semester hours for Associate degree majors) at Gannon University. Their average will be computed on the basis of their four or two year program. No higher honors will be given than are earned by the semester hours completed at Gannon University. Senior Awards Notable accomplishment of all-inclusive nature or in a specific field is recognized by the following awards: The Gannon University Medal of Honor Presented to the graduating Senior who in the opinion of the faculty and the student's own classmates has done the most to further the interests of the University, to foster loyal college spirit, and to carry out the ideals of the Christian life. The Archbishop John Mark Gannon Award For general scholastic excellence including transfer courses. Individual Achievement Awards: The Monsignor Wilfrid J. Nash Award For Excellence in Christian Service The Reverend Charles Drexler Award For Outstanding Leadership in Faith, Worship, Community, and Service The Doc Beyer Award For Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship and Athletics The Joe Luckey Award For Dedication to the University

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
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