Provided at least forty-eight (48) semester hours (30 hours for RN-BSN students) of course work have been completed at UNF, undergraduate students who graduate with the following grade point averages will receive the corresponding Latin Honors distinctions:
Latin Honor Distinctions
3.50 to 3.64
3.65 to 3.79
magna cum laude
3.80 or higher
summa cum laude
For the purposes of Latin Honors, students graduating from accelerated BS-MS programs, where both degrees are conferred simultaneouly, will be considered as undergraduates under this policy. Transfer students must have the minimum Latin Honors GPA (3.5) prior to the term of graduation and must be taking enough credit hours during the term of graduation to bring them to the required 48 (30 for BSN) UNF hours needed to qualify for Latin Honors.
Latin Honors is not available to graduate students.
Baccalaureate candidates who will have accumulated forty-eight (48) hours (30 hours for RN-BSN students) at UNF by the end of the term of graduation and have the appropriate GPA prior to the term of graduation will be eligible to purchase a gold honor cord at the time they pick up their regalia from the UNF Bookstore. Honors candidates will be asked to stand for recognition during the ceremony and will be specially recognized in the printed Commencement Program (provided they have selected to have their names included in the program). Candidates who will have earned Latin Honors after the current term's grades are recorded will have honors posted on their diploma and transcripts (baccalaureate degree only).
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