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Hannibal scholars named to winter 2019 graduate, fall 2019 honor roll lists at Southwest Baptist University


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Posted: Jan. 9, 2020 9:30 am

BOLIVAR, Mo. | Hannibal graduates are among the students named to the winter 2019 graduate list and fall 2019 honor roll list at Southwest Baptist University.

Kacey Conrad, of Hannibal, graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree.

Undergraduate students graduate with honors according to the following GPAs: Summa cum laude, 3.850-4.00; magna cum laude, 3.700-3.849; and cum laude, 3.500-3.699. In order to graduate with honors, students must have earned a minimum of 45 semester hours of credit at SBU prior to the semester of graduation.

SBU also has released the Fall 2019 honor roll lists for undergraduate students. Kacey Conrad and Hannah Laws, both of Hannibal, were named to the Trustees' List.

To be listed on the semester's honor roll, students must carry at least 12 hours of college work at SBU and earn at least a B (3.00 GPA), with no grade below C: Trustees' List, 3.85-4.00; President's List, 3.70-3.84; Deans' List, 3.50-3.69; and Honor's List, 3.00-3.40.

More information about SBU is available by visiting www.SBUniv.edu.

 

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