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To graduate with cum laude honors at Wheaton College in Illinois, you must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.

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Q: What is cum laude at Wheaton College?
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Is cum laude used in giving honors to the secondary education level?

The honors, cum laude, magna cum laude, and summa cum laude, are awarded at the college level.

What honors can you get in college?

At most colleges and universities, students can graduate with Latin honors. Cum laude, Summa cum laude, and Magna cum laude are the honors distinction.

Is cum laude higher than suma cum laude?

Summa cum laude is the highest it means "With highest honor"Magna cum laude means "With great Honor"Cum Laude means "With honor"

What is grade point average for magnum cum laude and summa cum laude?

3.65-3.79 cum laude 3.80-3.89 magnum cum laude 3.90+ summa cum laude

What is the g.p.a. for cum laude at Stevenson University in MD?

The breakdown for Commencement Honors for the College of Education for Spring 2010 follows:Summa Cum Laude: 4.000 - 4.000Magna Cum Laude: 3.971 - 3.999Cum Laude: 3.948-3.970

What is Magna Cume Laude?

It is an honor awarded to college and university students who display academic excellence. There are three levels of honors as follows from lowest to highest. * Cum Laude * Magna Cum Laude * Summa Cum Laude (highest level).

Which is higher maxima cum laude or engregia cum laude?

Engregia Cum Laude is the highest honor.

What percentage of high school students receive magna cum laude?

zero ... magna cum laude is an honor to designate college graduates, not high school

What is Boston University cum laude GPA?

summa cum laude is top 5% of the class magna cum laude is next 10% cum laude is next 15%

Is a 3.5 gpa magna cum laude or cum laude?

Typically, it is magna cum laude. Suma cum laude can start at 3.86 for some schools, some are higher. I received the Magna Cum Laude and had 3.90. Got all A's except in two classes got B's. So it must depend on the university.

What level of cum laude is 4.0 GPA?

The highest level of honors is Summa Cum Laude, then comes Magna Cum Laude, and then Cum Laude. Thus, a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0 is Summa Cum Laude. Acutally, Summa Cum Laude starts at a 3.85 GPA. Still, different institutions have different requirements.

Is summa cum laude a higher distinction than valedictorian?

Cum laude means 'with honor', magna cum laude is 'with high honor', and summa cum laude means 'with the greatest honor'. These designations are granted to every graduate who meets a required grade-point average, so several students in a class, or even an entire class, could graduate cum laude, magna cum laude, or summa cum laude. The valedictorian is the student with the highest academic rank in the class, so you would expect he would at least be a cum laude graduate. But if you have a class where no one has over a B average, there will still be a valedictorian but he will not be graduated with honors.