Omaha – More than 3,370 students from across the United States and around the world have been recognized for their academic achievements with inclusion on the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s (UNO) Chancellor’s and Dean's lists for the Fall 2013 semester.
To qualify for the Chancellor's List, students must earn a grade point average of 4.0 for courses taken at UNO during the semester, provided 12 or more semester hours were completed. This semester, more than 660 students were named to the list.
A list of students, organized by home town, who have qualified for the Chancellor’s List for the Fall 2013 semester can be found here: Fall 2013 Chancellor’s List.
To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or better for courses taken at UNO during the semester, provided a minimum of 12 semester hours were completed. This semester, more than 2,710 students were named to the list.
A list of students, organized by hometown, who have qualified for the Dean’s List for the Fall 2013 semester can be found here: Fall 2013 Dean’s List.
For questions, contact Charley Reed, UNO media relations coordinator, at 402.554.2129, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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