OMAHA - More than 3,900 students have been recognized for their academic achievements at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) during the Fall 2016 semester with inclusion on the Chancellor's and/or Dean's List.
Every semester, first-time undergraduate students are selected for inclusion on the Chancellor’s List or Dean’s List at UNO due to their high academic performance. For the Fall 2016 semester, 869 were named to the Chancellor’s List and 3,037 students were named to the Dean’s List.
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 quality hours were completed.
To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a GPAs of 3.5 or better for courses taken at UNO during the semester, provided a minimum of 12 quality hours were completed.
Those who qualify for both the Dean's and the Chancellor's lists will only be listed on the Chancellor's list.
A searchable list of Chancellor's List qualifiers can be found at www.unomaha.edu/search/chancellors-list/index.php
A searchable list of Dean's List qualifiers can be found at www.unomaha.edu/search/deans-list/index.php
In addition to recognition on these respective lists, those students earning placement on the Chancellor's or Dean's List will receive a letter from their respective college signifying their academic success.
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Charley Reed, UNO Associate Director of Media Relations
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