A matriculated undergraduate student who attains a grade point average of 3.30 in any one semester is eligible for the Dean’s list provided he/she has been enrolled for twelve credit hours of course work, nine of which must be in course work which utilizes the letter grade (A, B, C, D, F) scale. Students earning Incomplete grades are ineligible for Dean’s List until all “I” grades for the semester have been changed. Students classified as graduate students are not included on the Dean’s List.
Dean’s List students receive a Dean’s List Certificate which recognizes their superior scholarship; are named in a national register of Dean’s Lists; and may have their full-time tuition payment (which ordinarily covers a maximum of 18 credit hours) cover up to and including 22 credit hours in the semester immediately following the semester during which the Dean’s List status was achieved.
(effective Summer 2009): Instead of using your Dean's List tuition benefit during a regular semester as described above, you may choose to use your Dean’s List tuition benefit for a 50% discount on one three- or four-credit-hour Summer Session or Intersemester course. The Dean’s List benefit for a summer or intersemester course may be used only once in your Daemen College career. The discount may not be used for Study Abroad or other off-campus learning experiences. Additional restrictions apply to summer/intersemester usage.