Academic Honors at Graduation

Students in a bachelor's degree program who have earned at least 60 credit hours of graded coursework at Marian University and who have achieved a grade point average of 3.50 or higher are awarded academic honors as follows.

Traditional Bachelor's Degree (Baccalaureate) Program

3.50–3.69 

Cum laude 

3.70–3.79

Magna cum laude 

3.80 and above   

Summa cum laude 

Marian’s Adult Programs: Baccalaureate Program

3.50–3.69

Honors 

3.70–3.79

High honors 

3.80 and above

Highest honors 

Students earning graduation honors will be recognized in the commencement program, on their official university transcripts, and on their diplomas. Graduation honors will also be recognized at the ceremony. Students receiving academic honors will receive a gold honors tassel to wear at the commencement ceremony.

Honors recognition in the commencement program and at the ceremony will reflect honors calculation as of the date the commencement program is sent to press in March. Final honors may change upon completion of remaining coursework. Final honors will be recorded on the diploma and the university transcript.

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