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University of Connecticut Office of the Registrar

Dean's List and Qualifying Averages by School/College

Students should check their transcripts to find the Dean's List notation.

Links lead to Fall 2013 lists of qualifying students' names.

Students who have chosen to use the FERPA restriction will not appear on that published list.

Program
Fall 2013
Spring 2013
3.473
3.506
3.586
3.629
3.769
3.800
3.936
4.000
3.619
3.616
3.750
3.675
3.750
3.760
3.627
3.636
3.869
3.944
3.826
3.900
3.250
3.340

Cut off values for previous terms

Criteria used for compiling Dean's Lists:

  • Twelve or more calculable credits taken in the semester. (Courses taken on pass/fail or S/U graded courses are not calculable credit courses).
  • Rank in upper 25th percentile in School or College and a minimum semester Grade Point Average of 3.000
  • No grade below a C, including the actual letter grade awarded in any pass/fail course taken, in the semester

Top Quartile figures do not include those students who met the above criteria but who had Incompletes, Absence Marks, Late Grades, or "No Show" at the time of final grade processing. These students are also not listed on the Dean's List or issued a Dean's List Letter. 

Reasons why names may not be found on published Dean's Lists:

  • Fewer than twelve calculable semester credits
  • Grade changes or late grades submitted
  • Change of major - check listings under previous major
  • Privacy request filed by student prohibiting publication of information (FERPA Restriction)

Questions regarding Dean's List can be answered by the staff of the Office of the Registrar at: 486-3331.

Effective beginning Spring 2009 Part-time Dean's List:

Annually, at the conclusion of the Spring semester, the deans of the various schools and colleges shall issue a list of those degree-seeking students who did not attain full-time status at any time during the previous 12 months, but who, during this 12 month period (including summer and intersession sessions)

  • were registered for a total of at least twelve calculable credits,
  • received no mark below C nor received a U in any course,
  • earned at least a 3.0 grade point average, and
  • were in the upper quartile of their respective school or college based on the Spring data.

[Note: These students will receive the distinction: “Dean’s List (Part-time)”.]

As approved by the University Senate, November 10, 2008

Last updated 1/9/13