The Dean's List, which is compiled annually at the end of the Winter Term, recognizes outstanding achievement by students in the Faculty. A statement of inclusion on the Dean's List will be recorded on the student's transcript.
To qualify for the Dean's List, a student must take a sufficient number of courses at the University of Calgary during the preceding Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter Terms and achieve a grade point average of 3.60 or above over all University of Calgary courses taken during that period. The alternative course load requirements are as follows:
(a) A minimum of 24 units taken at the University of Calgary, OR
(b) A minimum of 24 units taken at the University of Calgary plus successful completion of one four-month Co-operative Education work placement, OR
(c) A minimum of 12 units taken at the University of Calgary plus successful completion of two four-month Co-operative Education work placements, OR
(d) A minimum of 12 units taken at the University of Calgary plus successful completion of one or more approved full-time terms abroad, OR
(e) A program of study assessed by the Student Accessibility Services to be equivalent to (a), (b), (c) or (d) for a particular student.
- Where it is appropriate for a student to be assessed under provisions (d) or (e), the student must arrange for all necessary documentation to be received by the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs and Student Affairs no later than May 15.
- Only University of Calgary grades for regular academic courses are used for the Dean’s List; grades earned for Co-operative Education work placements or study-abroad terms do not enter into the grade point average calculations for (b), (c) or (d).
- Students on academic sanctions as outlined in section K (Statement on Principles of Conduct) of this Calendar are not eligible for the Dean’s List.
- Students with deferred examinations and/or term work after Winter Term may not be eligible to be included on the Dean’s List.