School of Professional Studies Honor Roll Policy
Bachelor of Professional Studies Degree
College of Charleston North Campus
Adopted: November 14, 2014
Beginning with the 2015 Spring Semester, any undergraduate student with a declared degree in Bachelor of Professional Studies is named to the Honor Roll in the School of Professional Studies during any semester in which she or he completes and earns 12 or more credit hours with at least a 3.500 grade point average for all coursework. “I” grades must be resolved before any student is named to the Honor Roll.A student who completes and earns 12 or more credit hours with at least a 3.75 grade point average for all coursework will be named to the School of Professional Studies Dean’s list. “I” grades must be resolved before any student is named to the Dean’s list.Students named to the School of Professional Studies Honor Roll/Dean’s list are notified via e-mail by the Dean (or designated representative), and their names are placed on the School’s Web site. Students who do not wish to have their names included on the Honor Roll Web page must notify the Dean of the School (or designated representative) of Professional Studies in writing.Part-time Students with a declared degree in Bachelor of Professional Studies, with at least 15 earned credit hours at the College of Charleston and have at least a cumulative 3.500 grade point average may petition the Dean of the School of Professional Studies in writing for inclusion on the School’s Honor Roll.Students named to the School of Professional Studies Honor Roll/Dean’s list for two consecutive terms (fall term, spring term, and summer term) of the academic year will receive certificates as well as their photo displayed on the monitors at the North Campus.Faculty teaching in the Bachelor of Professional Studies program capstone course (PRST 400), will recommend to the Dean of the School of Professional Studies a student each term who displays exemplary leadership, scholarship, and character. Students will receive a faculty award certificate.
Any questions about this policy document should be addressed to the Dean of the School of Professional Studies. This policy document is subject to change without notice. The Dean is responsible for the interpretation and application of this policy document. Changes in this policy document may be applied retroactively at the discretion of the Dean of the School of Professional Studies.