Making the grade: Dean's List Winter 2001

May 4, 2001

The Dean's List is an honor earned by students who have attained a minimum weighted grade point average of 92.0 (out of a possible 100), have received no grades below an 85, and have earned a minimum of 16 credits.

The Dean's List is an honor earned by students who have attained a minimum weighted grade point average of 92.0 (out of a possible 100), have received no grades below an 85, and have earned a minimum of 16 credits.

The Provost's Achievement List recognizes improvement in academic performance from one academic term to another. To be eligible, students must be in the top 10 percent of those students showing academic improvement, have completed a minimum of three semesters, have a cumulative weighted grade average greater than or equal to 77, and have earned a minimum of 16 credits.

For the Winter 2001 Dean's List, click here.
For the Winter 2001 Provost's Achievement List, click here.

"The Dean's List and the Provost's Achievement List are two significant honors at Kettering University," said Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost John Lorenz. "At a school of this caliber, students who achieve academically are truly outstanding. We extend our congratulations to the two groups of students who have worked hard to be named to these prestigious lists."