Dean's List eligibility is determined by the semester grade point average (GPA) corresponding to cut-off points that will yield the top 16% of GPAs based on the five previous fall and spring semesters for each school or college. Students must have 12 graded credits (A to F grades) in order to be eligible for dean's list for the fall or the spring semesters.
Students who begin in the fall as part-time (i.e., registered for fewer than 12 credits) and continue as part-time in the spring will be eligible for dean's list in the spring if they accumulate at least 12 graded credits (A to F grades) over the fall and spring semesters and meet the GPA criteria listed on the chart for the school or college. If a student is enrolled part-time in the fall but full-time in the spring, eligibility for dean's list will be based on spring semester grades.
For fall 2020 and spring 2021, the cut-offs for dean's list eligibility are:
|Boyer College of Music & Dance||3.95|
|College of Education & Human Development||4.00|
|College of Engineering||3.68|
|College of Liberal Arts||3.88|
|College of Public Health||3.81|
|College of Science & Technology||3.75|
|Fox School of Business & Management||3.68|
|Klein College of Media & Communication||3.84|
|School of Social Work||3.94|
|School of Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management||3.69|
|School of Theater, Film & Media Arts||3.89|
|Temple University Japan (B.S. in International Business Studies)||3.67|
|Tyler School of Art & Architecture||3.87|