Honors Recognition

The President’s List and the Dean’s List recognize students for outstanding scholastic work. These lists are produced at the end of each semester — fall, spring and summer. Students who earned 12 or more credit hours of academic work, excluding college prep hours, or 12 vocational credits, and attained a grade point average of 4.0 for the semester will be placed on the President’s List. Students who earned 12 or more credit hours of academic work, excluding college prep credit hours, or 12 vocational credits, and attained a grade point average of 3.3 for the semester, with no grade lower than a C, will be placed on the Dean’s List. Students meeting these requirements in a combination of both summer terms will be eligible for these honors.

Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society. The International Society of Baccalaureate Scholars is an international honor society for baccalaureate students, Psi Beta is a national psychology honor society. Sigma Delta Mu is a national Spanish honor society. Contacts for information are in the student handbook.

Graduates who have earned a 3.2 or above overall GPA in all work taken at CF and an overall 3.2 or above GPA on all college work attempted will be graduated with one of three honors distinctions, Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude or Summa Cum Laude. These graduates are recognized at graduation ceremonies and have these distinctions noted on their permanent records.