Ohio State names 23,000 students to dean’s list in autumn term
Autumn 2022 also saw more than 3,400 degrees awarded
Ohio State News
More than 23,000 students earned top academic honors at The Ohio State University during autumn semester.
And on Dec. 18, the university issued 3,404 degrees for the autumn term, including 183 doctoral, five professional, 480 master’s and 2,736 bachelor’s, associate degrees and certificates.
The dean’s list for autumn recognizes 23,071 students: 17,754 Ohio students and 4,062 non-resident students, including 1,255 whose permanent address is not in the United States.
Criteria for the dean’s list varies by college. It is usually based on the GPA for that specific term and the number of credit hours taken. Many colleges require a minimum of 12 graded credit hours with a 3.5 GPA or higher.
Students may choose not to have their names released under the provisions of the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Their names have been excluded from the lists.