Celebrating Honors Students at Lehman College
Each year, at the end of the spring semester, Lehman celebrates its honors students for the current year. These are students who are graduating with honors, awards, and prizes recognizing extraordinary academic performance. This page provides the names of the honors students who are recognized each year. Also included are the recipients of semester honors: students who are recognized for their excellent grades in the Dean's List and as Presidential Scholars. The page also lists recipients of departmental honors, the members of honors societies, and winners of special awards and prizes.
Listings of Honors Students
Alphabetical listing of undergraduate and graduate students graduating each year with honors:
Awarded to undergraduate students who graduate with at least 60 credits completed in residence at Lehman College, of which at least 42 are indexable (awarded a grade), with a minimum cumulative index of 3.4. Cum laude is awarded for an index of 3.4 to 3.59, Magna cum laude for an index of 3.6 to 3.79, and Summa cum laude for an index of 3.8 to 4.0.
Awarded to undergraduate students at the end of each fall and spring semester. Full-time students will be placed on the Dean's List in the semester they have earned twelve or more credits with a GPA of 3.5 or above. Part-time students will be placed on the Dean's List when they have completed twelve or more new credits in two consecutive semesters with a GPA of 3.5 or above. (In either case, no WU or INC grades are allowed.)
Awarded to students who have met all of the qualifications for Dean's List and have exceeded the GPA requirement for Dean's List by earning a 3.9 GPA or higher. This honor supersedes placement on the Dean's List.
Departmental honors are awarded to undergraduate students who, in addition to any other departmental specification, have achieved a cumulative index of 3.2 and an index of 3.5 in the major or in an interdisciplinary program for a minimum of 24 credits.
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Golden Key
- Alpha Kappa Delta, Sociology
- Chi Alpha Epsilon, Delta Psi Chapter
- Chi Sigma Iota
- Kappa Delta Pi
- Phi Alpha Theta, History
- Phi Sigma Tau, Philosophy
- Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science
- Psi Chi, Psychology
- Sigma Beta Delta, Business
- Sigma Delta Pi, Hispanic
- Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing
- Sigma Xi, Scientific Research
For questions and corrections contact Associate Provost Robert Whittaker (email@example.com).
Last modified: Jun 19, 2013