Schools & Divisions
School of Nursing
School of Nursing Dean's List
Full-time undergraduate students in the School of Nursing will be placed on the School of Nursing Dean's List each semester that they receive a GPA of 3.5 or above. Part-time students will be honored after they have had consecutive fall and spring semesters (during the same academic year) on a part-time basis and they have accumulated 12 credit hours or more.
Satisfactory/Fail (S/F) grades are used by the School of Nursing for grading undergraduate clinical nursing courses. Grades are recorded as S or F. Students must demonstrate a satisfactory level of clinical competence and skill to receive a satisfactory grade in these courses. Satisfactory performance standards are stated in each course syllabus, and faculty evaluate the quality of student clinical performance by these standards. An S indicates a grade of A, B, or C (2.0 or higher). Inability to receive a grade of S constitutes failure.
Students cannot progress in their nursing program until this deficiency is corrected.
This option is offered to any student in good standing wishing to enroll in an elective course that is not considered a prerequisite to or part of the nursing curriculum. A maximum of 6 nonnursing elective credit hours taken under this option may be applied to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.