Spring 2004 Deanís List Announced at UNCG
GREENSBORO Ė Chancellor Patricia A. Sullivan has announced that
2,556 undergraduate students earned Deanís List honors and another 877
students were named to the Chancellorís List at The University of North
Carolina at Greensboro during the spring semester.
The complete listings are available on the World Wide Web at: http://www.uncg.edu/reg/DeansList/index.html
To make the Deanís List, students carrying at least six hours of course
work must earn an academic grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, with no
grade lower than a B-. Students are eligible after they have completed
15 hours of coursework.
To make Chancellorís List, full-time undergraduate students have cumulative
grade point averages of at least 3.65 of a possible 4.0. To be eligible,
students must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of course work.
They also must have completed 30 hours of coursework..
NOTE TO EDITORS: The list of UNCG students who made the spring
2004 Chancellorís List and Deanís List can be obtained on the World Wide
Web at the two websites listed above.
If you cannot access either Web site, call UNCG University Relations
at 336-334-5371 and we will fax you the list of students for your area.
We are providing you the deanís list via the Web in an effort to get
the information to you in a more timely manner and to make it easier for
you to access.
Hereís how to find and use the information:
If a studentís corresponding city is not listed under the appropriate county,
it is because the student originally established residency in the county
listed, but changed his or her mailing address for grades. Also, a number
of students with privacy blocks on their personal information are not included
in the Web list.
Log onto the above Web addresses for a county-by-county breakdown of Deanís
List and Chancellorís List students and click on the counties, states and/or
countries within your coverage area for an alphabetical listing.
Highlight and then copy the information directly from the Web and paste
into your word processing program.
Contact: Steve Gilliam, 336-334-5371
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