College of Health and Human Services
Policies & Procedures
The College of Health and Human Services offers the following honors to recognize superior student performances. In addition, see specific program information.
Degrees Awarded with Distinction
To graduate with academic distinction, degree candidates must rank within the highest 10 percent of the graduating class. Additionally, baccalaureate degree candidates must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours at Indiana University. Academic distinction is conferred on graduates as follows:
3.83 - 4.00 Highest Distinction
3.66 - 3.82 High Distinction
3.50 - 3.65 Distinction
Distinction is based on course work completed at Indiana University, including the final semester.
Full time students who earned a 3.3 grade point average or higher for the semester and part time students who earned a 3.3 grade point average or higher carrying 12 credit hours or more during the regular academic school year are placed on the Dean’s List.
Programs have specific policies regarding reinstatement or reenrollment of students who have withdrawn or are dismissed. See program specific information.