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Essay High school grade point average of 3.3 or higher SAT/ACT scores Class rank Participation in extracurricular and co-curricular activities

Some applicants are required to submit an essay and letters of recommendation. Admission to University Honors for students already enrolled at Gannon University is based on an evaluation of: •

Cumulative Grade Point Average

Faculty recommendations

Recognition at Graduation Honors Scholars At graduation students are designated as Honors Scholars if they • have maintained good standing in the University Honors Program • have earned 24 credits in honors courses • have completed five hours of service per year through the honors program • have EITHER taken six credits of a foreign language OR completed an additional 15 hours of service per year (for a total of 20 hours of service per year, 5 through the honors program). Associate Honors Scholars At graduation students are designated as Associate Honors Scholars if they • have maintained good standing in the University Honors Program • have earned 18 credits in honors courses • have completed five hours of service per year through the honors program • have EITHER taken six credits of a foreign language OR completed an additional 10 hours of service per year (for a total of 15 hours of service per year, 5 through the honors program). Honors Recognition At graduation students are designated with Honors Recognition if they • have maintained good standing in the University Honors Program • have earned 12 credits in honors courses • have completed five hours of service per year through the honors program

SAINT MARK'S SEMINARY Rev. Michael T. Kesicki, Rector Rev. Nicholas J. Rouch, Vice-Rector In cooperation with the Diocese of Erie, Gannon University offers a variety of academic degree programs to students training for the diocesan priesthood in the Formation Program of St. Mark's Seminary. The immediate aim of the college level formation for the candidate for the priesthood is to help him to mature as a liberally educated human person, committed to Christ and to the service of his neighbor. Bishop Lawrence Persico, Ordinary of the Erie Diocese, responding to the aims and objectives of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, continues a 62 year tradition begun by the University's founder, Archbishop John Mark Gannon. The seminarian's academic life at the University is complemented by programs of personal and spiritual development in residence at St. Mark's Seminary.

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015  
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