2001-2003 Academic Catalog
2003-2005 Academic Catalog
Distinctions and Awards
In addition to election to honor societies, the College gives recognition to students for scholarly achievement in the following ways:
ANTONIAN SCHOLARS HONORS PROGRAM - BACCALAUREATE DAY PROGRAM
To graduate as an Antonian Scholar, baccalaureate Day students must successfully complete the six requirements of the program, one of which is an independently researched Senior Honors Project. A student also must maintain a 3.5 overall grade point average. The Antonian Scholars Honors Program offers students of superior ability and motivation an opportunity to study and work with each other in a specially designed program of liberal arts studies. One of the goals of the program is to offer an intellectual challenge to women and to give them opportunities to build stimulating and supportive relationships with peers and faculty. In addition to the academic program, Honors Program students enjoy social and cultural activities in their own student organization.
To deepen the love of learning and to provide the opportunity for independent scholarship, students in the program enroll in Honors Seminars earning liberal arts credits and complete a series of Honors contracts in conjunction with regular courses in the curriculum. In the senior year, students research, complete and present to the public, under the direction of a faculty committee, an independent research project. The title of her Senior Honors Project and completion of the program is noted on the student's transcript.
Among the privileges of membership are priority registration, access to the Honors Hub private meeting and study area at Coeur de Catherine, Honors sections of The Reflective Woman and Global Search for Justice as well as other Honors Seminar Courses. Upon completion of the program, Antonian Scholars are recognized at commencement and given a special diploma.
First-year students and sophomores in the baccalaureate Day Program who have achieved a 3.5 cumulative grade point average are eligible to apply for membership in the program. Applicants submit an application form, personal essay and two faculty recommendations to be considered for admission to the program. A committee of faculty members charged with oversight of the Antonian Scholars Honors Program determines membership in the Program. For further information, contact the Honors Program Director.
DEAN'S LIST - BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS
The Dean's List gives recognition to those Day students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.667 or above in a semester while taking at least three full courses (12 credits) for letter (A-F) grades.
The Dean's List gives recognition to Weekend College students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.667 or above in a term while taking at least two full courses (eight credits) for letter (A-F) grades.
The Dean's List is assembled after the deadline for submission of final term grades. Students with incomplete grades may not be considered for the Dean's List during the term in which the incomplete is given.
Part-time Day and Weekend College students earning a 3.667 grade point average or above for four or more full courses in a given academic year qualify for an annual part-time students' Dean's List.
Contact the Office of Academic Affairs with questions about the Dean's List.
Departmental honors aim to provide intensive study and opportunity for original work in the student's major field. Departmental honors are awarded by the major department according to specific departmental criteria.
COLLEGE HONORS AND AWARDS
Each year, deserving students are selected for College honors and awards or inducted into honor societies.
Abigail Quigley McCarthy Awards
Thomas More Awards
Founders Legacy Award
Dean of Students Award
Francis T. McCahill Athlete of the Year
Joseph Miesler Memorial Award
Mary Alice Muellerleile Student Leadership Award
Mary E. McCahill Award
Mother Antonia McHugh Award
Re-Entry Adult Program Leadership Award
Sister Alberta Huber Leadership Award
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology)
Alpha Psi Omega (Theater)
Beta Beta Beta (Biology)
Delta Mu Delta (Business Administration)
Delta Phi Delta (Art)
Delta Phi Lambda (Creative Writing)
Iota Sigma Pi (Chemistry)
Kappa Gamma Pi (Scholarship/Leadership/ Service)
Kappa Omicron Nu (Family, Consumer and Nutritional Sciences)
Lambda Pi Eta (Speech Communication)
Mu Phi Epsilon (Music)
Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics)
Phi Alpha (Social Work)
Phi Beta Kappa (Liberal Arts)
Pi Delta Phi (French)
Pi Gamma Mu (Social Sciences)
Pi Lambda Theta (Education)
Pi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics)
Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science)
Pi Theta Epsilon (Occupational Therapy)
Psi Chi (Psychology)
Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish)
Sigma Tau Delta (English)
Sigma Theta Tau (Nursing)
Theta Alpha Kappa (Theology)
Latin honors are awarded to baccalaureate students upon completion of all graduation requirements with the following cumulative grade point average:
for graduation cum laude, a GPA of 3.667;
The honors awarded are noted on the student's transcript and in the program at commencement. Eligibility for Latin honors is determined approximately six weeks prior to commencement.
for graduation magna cum laude, a GPA of 3.8;
for graduation summa cum laude, a GPA of 3.9.
Contact the Office of Academic Affairs with questions about Latin honors.
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